Dollars & Sen$e — Long term vs. short term investing

BY CHRIS HANLY Investment Consultant, Gary Goldberg Financial Services As market volatility picks up, a steady hand is needed. Investors are being taunted by prognosticators and so called experts that it may be time to once again follow the old Wall Street axiom of “Sell in May and Walk Away.” As tempting as this sounds, […]

Miele’s Musing — REAL PARENTHOOD

Miele’s Musing by Publisher Emeritus Armand Miele When I first heard of the organization Planned Parenthood, I thought, what a wonderful idea. I thought Planned Parenthood would be a center for counseling young married couples about childbearing and child-rearing, with all the responsibilities that come with it. Boy was I taken, and many others along […]

Miele’s Musings — Revisiting the Village

Years ago, there was a movement to incorporate Nanuet into a village. Concerns included better control of the local tax base for planning and development, which would benefit the quality of life, health, and welfare of all Nanuet residents. I think now is the time to revive this movement. For many years, the unincorporated hamlet […]


Smart Growth is Not What it Seems By Lynn Teger, Teger Commercial LLC What I cherish most about the good old days is the innocence and the freedoms once enjoyed. Taxes were low. People could keep more of their hard earned money. Mothers were able to stay home to raise a family. Keeping more of […]

Not Your Father’s Pharmacy

BY DIANE DIMOND Pharmacies have become a go-to place for addicts They used to be the friendly neighborhood place where you went to get razor blades or Band-Aids, toiletries or the occasional prescription the doctor gave you. Today, as America’s population uses more prescription medications than at any other time in history, the face of […]