After previously denying a desired rate increase due to financial irregularities and other problems, the state Public Service Commission has relented and awarded Suez, formerly United Water, $31 million of the $39 million in loot the company desired to recoup from ratepayers following its investment in a since-shuttered desalination plant. Rates for the average water […]
BY GEORGE J. DACRE Yes he was!! As a cast of over 80 Pearl River High School seniors performed Thursday evening in the musical “All Shook Up,” a show inspired by the songs of Elvis Presley. Listening and watching the impressive cast, you could get the feeling of the young Elvis who changed the role […]
PRESS RELEASE–Supervisor George Hoehmann announced the Town of Clarkstown will receive $1.425 million dollars through the NYS Department of Transportation 2016 Bridge NY Program to reconstruct the CSX Bridge on Snake Hill Road in West Nyack. Clarkstown is the only town in Rockland County to receive funding from this state program. “The town and our […]
On Sunday, the Stony Point Police arrested Robert Stack (54 years old) for threatening his wife and restraining her from calling the police; all in front of their children. Stack was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, harassment and unlawful imprisonment. He will appear in court on February 7.
On Thursday, January 19, Nyack Mayor Jen White and staff members from the offices of Congresswoman Nita Lowey and Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee participated in a tour of the newly opened HRHCare Community Health Center, located at 84 North Highland Avenue in Nyack. Led by HRHCare President and CEO Anne Kauffman Nolon, the tour gave the […]
Rockland Center for the Arts announced its latest exhibition: “Fragments of Imagination: A Vignette of Repsychling.” This is the fourth stop of Repsychling, the third major exhibition of An Inclusive World Project from COPE NYC, on view February 19 – April 23, 2017 at ROCA in West Nyack. Repsychling, curated by Vida Sabbaghi, introduces artists who explore […]