Hudson Valley mourns death of Senator William Larkin

Hudson Valley mourns death of Senator William Larkin

FROM MID HUDSON NEWS State Senator William Larkin, who ended a four-decade political career with his retirement last December, passed away Saturday.  He was 91. Sen. Larkin’s Obituary His family released a statement on Sunday announcing the passing. “”It is with a heavy but full heart that we announce our beloved Bill Larkin has passed […]

Rockland GOP’s “A Storm is Brewing Video” Causes Storm of its Own

Rockland GOP’s “A Storm is Brewing Video” Causes Storm of its Own

By Joe Kuhn State Attorney General Letitia James has taken issue with a video posted by the Rockland County Republican Party.  The video, which was shared on the party’s Facebook page, features ”deeply disturbing” and “anti-Semitic” content according to James, who called for the clip to be taken down in an official statement released by […]

Troop 21 Holds Camp Out to Help the Homeless

Troop 21 Holds Camp Out to Help the Homeless

Suffern Boy Scout Troop 21 held its annual box camping event this Friday, August 23, to raise awareness for the homeless and less fortunate in our community. The scouts will camped on the front lawn of the Town of Ramapo and held a food collection/donation drive on Friday 6 – 10 p.m. and Saturday 8 […]

Gigi Tom installed Postmaster of New City

Gigi Tom installed Postmaster of New City

By Jeannine Rippa In 1995, GiGi Tom started as a Letter Carrier in the Congers, N.Y. Post Office. On Oct. 1, 2018, Tom was named Postmaster of the New City, N.Y. branch. He now manages 52 employees who deliver 55,340 pieces of mail a day. An Installation Ceremony was held on Friday, Aug. 23, 2019 […]

Spring Valley Apartment Fire, 3 Cats Rescued

Spring Valley Apartment Fire, 3 Cats Rescued

Photos and Story by Scott Waters SPRING VALLEY, NY – Around 9:30 p.m. on Saturday August 24, the South Spring Valley Fire Department responded to the area of 131 Heitman Drive in Spring Valley for a reported structure fire. 44-Control received several 9-1-1 calls. Mutual aid was by provided by departments from as far as […]