Nyack Shows How “Slow and Steady” Can Win the COVID Race

Nyack Shows How “Slow and Steady” Can Win the COVID Race

Everyone knows the ancient adage: “Slow and steady wins the race.” It couldn’t be more timely than today, as communities across the nation wage battle against COVID-19 – while at the same time struggling to help keep businesses afloat, get people back to work, and prepare for kids to get back to school. “Slow and […]

WEST NILE VIRUS DETECTED IN ROCKLAND COUNTY MOSQUITOES

WEST NILE VIRUS DETECTED IN ROCKLAND COUNTY MOSQUITOES

Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert on Monday announced that the first pool, or group, of mosquitoes to test positive this year in Rockland County for West Nile Virus (WNV), has been confirmed by the New York State Department of Health. The infected mosquitoes were collected from a […]

County Executive Day Announces Further Actions to Blunt Fiscal Impact of Pandemic

County Executive Day Announces Further Actions to Blunt Fiscal Impact of Pandemic

County Executive Ed Day submitted three draft Resolutions to the County Legislature which will generate additional revenue, help stabilize Rockland’s finances, and allow for proper budgetary decision-making for 2021. “We are facing never before seen impacts on our budget and need to do everything possible to decrease spending while finding ways to increase revenue; through […]

Legislature Unanimously Approves & Adopts 2020-2021 Rockland Community College Budget

Legislature Unanimously Approves & Adopts 2020-2021 Rockland Community College Budget

County Will Contribute $17.9 Million For Academic Year – Tuition For Entire Year Is $5,100 For Full-Time Students The Rockland County Legislature has unanimously voted to approve and adopt Rockland Community College’s proposed 2020-2021 Budget, with about 27 percent of the college’s overall revenues to be contributed by the County. RCC is the only public […]

PEARL RIVER SHOWING SUPPORT FOR POLICE

PEARL RIVER SHOWING SUPPORT FOR POLICE

By: Keith S. Shikowitz Security for me but not for thee. This is the way democratic led cities are looking at policing. They are not only looking into, but actively defunding the police. While doing this, they are making sure they have security, police security, at taxpayer expense to protect them as the protection for […]

Police investigate Ramapo stabbings

Photos by Mark Lieb RAMAPO – Police are investigating a stabbing incident at a home in the Town of Ramapo Monday night. They said two men who live at 124 Fairview Avenue were stabbed in an altercation stemming from an incident earlier in the day at the house. The suspect was being held in place […]