RCC President Dr. Michael Anthony Baston to Speak at Four Virtual Panels on the Future of Higher Education 

RCC President Dr. Michael Anthony Baston to Speak at Four Virtual Panels on the Future of Higher Education 

As the world continues to navigate through the challenges posed by COVID-19, educators have had to adapt their campuses and ways of teaching. RCC President Dr. Michael Anthony Baston has been selected to speak at two important panels about these changes and how they impact the future of education. “Community colleges are critical resources for local school systems, underserved student populations […]

Child Care Subsidy Program Accepting Applications

Child Care Subsidy Program Accepting Applications

Help is Available for Working Families Rockland County Executive Ed Day and Department of Social Services Commissioner Joan Silvestri announce that the Rockland County Department of Social Services Child Care Subsidy program is open and accepting applications for low income Rockland households. “With Rockland County now in Phase 4 of the NY Forward reopening plan and […]

KENNELLY’S HOSTS MAUREEN MCARDLE SCHULMAN FUNDRAISER

KENNELLY’S HOSTS MAUREEN MCARDLE SCHULMAN FUNDRAISER

By: Keith S. Shikowitz “I’m just an average person and I don’t like what’s going on in this country. I don’t like the country that’s being left to my three grandchildren over there (pointing off to the right). It’s shameful. Looking at the crowd towards the back, yelled, Sorry, I’ll talk louder. I couldn’t just […]

Carlucci & Zebrowksi Call for Passage of Legislation to Prevent Unemployment Insurance Hikes on Small Businesses 

Carlucci & Zebrowksi Call for Passage of Legislation to Prevent Unemployment Insurance Hikes on Small Businesses 

This week Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Westchester) and Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski (D-New City) called for the passage of legislation (S.8231A/A.10297A) to help small businesses who had to layoff employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawmakers said their bill will ensure COVID-19-related layoffs will not be charged against employers for the purposes of calculating the experience ratings that determine […]

Man sustains ‘significant burns’ in Congers shed fire

Man sustains ‘significant burns’ in Congers shed fire

CONGERS – A 63-year-old man sustained what Clarkstown Police called “significant burns” to his body when fire engulfed a shed structure at 6 Lakeview Court in Congers. The call came in around 12:20 p.m. on Friday, July 10 and when police arrived on the scene, they found the man lying on the ground in the […]

Mystery of the Temperamental Goat

Mystery of the Temperamental Goat

On Tuesday afternoon, officers from Clarkstown PD took a photo with a goat they found walking in the area of Eagle Ridge Way and Kingsgate Parkway in Nanuet on Tuesday. According to a CPD press release, the creature was “handled with kid gloves by the officers on scene, as they could tell how baaaaad the goat […]

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