Wonder Girls Hosting Wellness Day in Orangeburg

Wonder Girls Hosting Wellness Day in Orangeburg

Wonder Girls, a non-profit that aims to lift middle- to high-school girls’ community spirit, is hosting a Wellness Day at Varsity House, 337 Blaisdell Road in Orangeburg on Sunday, June 27 from 10:00am-1:00pm. Featuring Allison Jackson, fitness/nutrition coach and founder of Allison Jackson Fitness, Dr. Arantzazu “Zazu” Cioce, Physical Therapist,/PT/CAPP-OP and founder of Phoenix Physical […]

Governor Cuomo Announces 2021 New York State Fair To Reopen at 100% Capacity

Governor Cuomo Announces 2021 New York State Fair To Reopen at 100% Capacity

  A popular New York tradition is coming back in full swing. On Monday Governor Cuomo  announced the 2021 New York State Fair, an end-of-summer celebration at the New York State Fairgrounds from August 20 to September 6 in Syracuse, will increase capacity to 100 percent and reopen many popular buildings with additional vendors, given […]

Nyack Resident to Compete in Tokyo Olympics

Nyack Resident to Compete in Tokyo Olympics

The Rockland Rowing Association recently announced that Charlotte Buck, of Nyack, was selected to the U.S. National Rowing Team. She will be competing in the women’s eight-person race in Tokyo. Buck began rowing with the Rockland Rowing Association during her transition from Nyack High School to Columbia University. She went on to captain her team […]

Off the Hook: Town Permits Second Floor Addition to Old Stone Road Home

Off the Hook: Town Permits Second Floor Addition to Old Stone Road Home

In written statements to the Rockland County Times, the Town Building Inspector and Town Supervisor’s Office provided new updates regarding unapproved land developments at West Hook Mountain. Both offices confirmed that the previously unauthorized second floor addition to 20 Old Stone Road has now been issued a building permit.  “The Building Permit was issued,” said […]

Have You Seen This Bear?

Have You Seen This Bear?

On Sunday, a large black bear was spotted roaming around the neighborhood of South Congers Avenue before returning to its habitat without incident. As these sightings become more likely during the warmer weather, the Clarkstown Police Department is encouraging residents to keep garage doors and ground-floor windows closed at night, keep garbage, pet food and […]

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