BY KATHY KAHN Toys R Us, Circuit City, Castro Convertibles , Robert Hall—so many chain stores have gone the way of all flesh, but Sears was the gold standard of retail from its inception in 1897 until the 1960s, when it was declared the largest retailer in the world until WalMart took the #1 position. […]
At a recent memorial ceremony, Julia Regan was posthumously honored with a plaque in the lobby of Nyack Hospital for 25 years of dedicated service. The ceremony was held on what would have been her 75th birthday, October 10, 2018. In attendance were her family, friends, coworkers and Nyack Hospital officials.
In New York, you don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, despite Governor Cuomo’s attempt to blame the state’s fleeing population on the weather. Many municipalities across the state have been impacted by the closures of power plants, but perhaps the one that stings the most is the smack-down the North […]
FROM CPD The Clarkstown Detective Bureau’s Cold Case Unit is looking for any information in regards to a missing Central Nyack woman who hasn’t been seen in eight years. The family of Sandy Nurse came to the Clarkstown Police Headquarters eight years ago to report her missing. The last known contact with Sandy was from […]
PHOTOS FROM CLARKSTOWN PD At approximately 3:10 p.m., Monday, October 15 the Clarkstown Police Department responded to the intersection of Rt 59 and Old Nyack Turnpike in Nanuet for a three-car motor vehicle involving injuries. Eastbound Rt 59 at Old Nyack Turnpike was closed following the accident for over an hour.
Public Meeting Scheduled for Oct. 17 in New Paltz, Comments Accepted until Nov. 16 The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced today the release of the Draft West of Hudson Unit Management Plan (UMP) for public review and comment. The UMP encompasses 7,990 acres in the towns of Warwick, New Windsor, Montgomery, […]