UPDATE: RISE Shooting Range Under Fire

UPDATE: RISE Shooting Range Under Fire

Six firefighters have been injured while containing an inferno that engulfed the Pearl River Shopping Center and is still partially burning at time of publication. At around 12 P.M. on Sunday, a fire that broke out at RISE (Rockland’s Indoor Shooting Education) kept firefighters from two dozen fire and EMS departments busy all day and […]

Klatskin Tumor Treatment

Klatskin Tumor Treatment Klatskin tumor, or bile duct cancer, is very rare. The exact rates of this pathology cannot be calculated, because making a correct diagnosis is a difficult task. Patients with chronic liver and biliary tract diseases are at risk. A pathology can also develop due to genetic predisposition, alcohol abuse and consuming tobacco […]

Baseball Legacies: Babe Ruth

A legends’ legacy left behind.   Whether you are a die hard fan of baseball, or just enjoy the sport from time to time, you will know the name Babe Ruth. If you look on Fanduel’s MLB fantasy picks, you won’t see his name, but you will likely see a few players who are desperately […]

RCT Exclusive ft. Dr. Frances Pratt Pt 2

RCT Exclusive ft. Dr. Frances Pratt Pt 2

  This is part two of a several part series depicting the life, events and wisdom of local Civil Rights heroine, Dr. Frances Pratt. Dr. Pratt, of Nyack, sat down with The Rockland County Times to share her rise from a child growing up in the segregated south to the first African-American head nurse at […]

A lifetime love of learning begins early in life

A lifetime love of learning begins early in life

Parents of preschoolers have had to make some major adjustments since New York first shut down in March, 2020. Liana Sargsyan-Quinn was among them, with an added responsibility: she’s an essential worker who provides care for working parents’ toddlers. When Sargsyan-Quinn sought a preschool for her own first-born daughter and could not find a comfortable […]

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