Cable TV Faces More Competition as Hulu and Youtube Enter Market

Cable TV Faces More Competition as Hulu and Youtube Enter Market

In an age where cable television providers are already competing against online streaming services, the competition just got a little more intense. In the last month alone, two major online streaming services, YouTube and Hulu, have announced cable television packages. Setting up a cable television package might be normal to many homeowners, but for the […]

Helping First Responders Respond More Safely

Helping First Responders Respond More Safely

BY DIANE DIMOND You know that emotionally satisfying feeling you get when you help someone in need? Aaron Negherbon gets that feeling every day. And now, he’s doubling down on his generosity. In 2010, Negherbon established TroopsDirect after a college friend serving as a U.S. Marines commander in Afghanistan told him of the dire need […]

Recalling a dark time: Holocaust survivor shares her story

Recalling a dark time: Holocaust survivor shares her story

BY JANIE ROSMAN Suffern resident Trudy Album recalled living through the horror of the Holocaust last week at Rockland Community College during its Holocaust Commemoration Week. “We made a promise to each other that whichever one of us survives will tell the world what happened,” Album said of survivors’ vow during one of the darkest […]

Tapes Reveal Money Convos in St. Lawrence Trial

Tapes Reveal Money Convos in St. Lawrence Trial

Ramapo Councilman Patrick Withers shared audiotapes with FBI investigators revealing discussions around financing a new ballpark and transferring money to the town’s general funds budget. Withers, the deputy town supervisor from 2013 until 2016, claimed he did not trust the other members of the town government and wanted information to be recorded accurately. The tapes […]

Sloatsburg seeks to upgrade its future

Sloatsburg seeks to upgrade its future

New housing, businesses, waking up sleepy Main Street By Kathy Kahn The NYS Department of Transportation held a public workshop for Sloatsburg residents on April 27, presenting two options for the repurposing of Route 17, the village’s major thoroughfare. Its first workshop, held in January, drew over 150 residents discussing ways to make Route 17 […]

Crime Reports 4/26-5/3

Crime Reports 4/26-5/3

Orangetown Congers Man Arrested with Multiple Charges Orangetown Police arrested 33-year-old Darren Domenici of Congers on April 26 for two counts of Burglary in the second degree, Grand Larceny in the third, two counts of Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the fourth and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the seventh. Officers responded […]