Hochul Declares State of Emergency

Hochul Declares State of Emergency

In the late hours of Monday evening, Governor Kathy Hochul declared a State Disaster Emergency in advance of a torrential rainstorm that is currently pelting the empire state. Heavy rainfall is now impacting the Capital Region, Long Island, New York City, Mid-Hudson and Southern Tier regions and is expected to continue until Wednesday morning. Rainfall […]

Nanuet Street Fair a Rousing Success

Nanuet Street Fair a Rousing Success

  Main Street in Nanuet was bumper-to-bumper people and strollers on Sunday as more 18,000 Rocklanders and visitors from around the region flocked to the Nanuet Chamber of Commerce’s Street fair. Cancelled last year due to the Pandemic, this year’s venue made up for last year’s loss. With more than 175 vendors participating, everyone was […]

Legislators Unanimously Back Conservation of Split Rock Site Sacred To Ramapough Lenape Nation 

Legislators Unanimously Back Conservation of Split Rock Site Sacred To Ramapough Lenape Nation 

Rockland County Legislators have unanimously adopted a new law to allow the preservation of cultural resources held sacred by the Ramapough Lenape Nation at a place called Split Rock. For some legislators, the new law is only the beginning of an effort to win more protections for  the Ramapough and other Indigenous Peoples. “I’ve been […]

1 2 3 122