Legislators Wolfe & Soskin Urge All To Remember The Sacrifices Of Armed Forces’ Members Lost In The Line Of Duty

Legislators Wolfe & Soskin Urge All  To Remember The Sacrifices Of Armed Forces’ Members Lost In The Line Of Duty

Rockland County Legislature Chairman Alden H. Wolfe and Legislator Phil Soskin are paying tribute to members of the U.S. Armed Forces who have been lost in the line of duty, as well as loved ones who have died in accidents, by illness or other causes. “From the Revolutionary War to the War on Terror, Rockland […]

Legislator Santulli Encourages Attendance At Memorial Day Watchfires 

Legislator Santulli Encourages Attendance At Memorial Day Watchfires 

Rockland County Legislator Laurie Santulli encourages all who are able to attend this year’s Memorial Day Watchfires, held annually to honor those who served our nation but never returned home from battle. “As Americans, we have so much to be thankful for and our gratitude must always extend to the men and women who served […]

Clarkstown Community Debates Eighth Grade Presentation at District Board Meeting

Clarkstown Community Debates Eighth Grade Presentation at District Board Meeting

A presentation intended to “raise racial awareness” among middle school age students has spiraled into a heated argument over when and how current racial tensions should be addressed in public schools. “No Place for Hate”, a series of presentations created to foster “inclusion” for marginalized communities, including non-binary people and people of color, ran into […]

Town of Clarkstown and District Attorney Hold DWI Accident Scene Demonstration

Town of Clarkstown and District Attorney Hold DWI Accident Scene Demonstration

After two recent teenage drunk driving related deaths, several departments came together to host an event intended to raise awareness of the dangers of driving while intoxicated (DWI) and distracted. The Clarkstown Police Department, New City Fire Department, New City Ambulance Corp, STAT Med Evac, Higgins Funeral Home, and Clarkstown Town Justice David Ascher, presented […]

Raindrops to Rainbows: Nanuet Parent Publishes Children’s Story For the Age of Quarantine

Raindrops to Rainbows: Nanuet Parent Publishes Children’s Story For the Age of Quarantine

Lorraine Stocks was worried about the children of her community. After over a year of quarantining and keeping their distance, Stocks, a teacher’s assistant at George Miller Elementary School in Nanuet, was concerned what kind of effect such isolation could have on her students psyches. “These kids must be beside themselves” lamented Stocks, who decided […]

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