Nanuet Stop & Shop Announces Plans to Open Food Pantry in George Miller Elementary School

Nanuet Stop & Shop Announces Plans to Open Food Pantry in George Miller Elementary School

Last week Nanuet’s Stop & Shop celebrated it’s grand reopening after the store permanently closed it’s original location and moved across the road to their new store at 101 Market Street East in the Shops at Nanuet. Clarkstown Town Supervisor, George Hoehmann, and Nanuet School District representative, Roseann Mercado, the Director of the Nanuet Family […]

Clarkstown Community Shuts Down Board Meeting: Residents Refuse to Wear Masks

Clarkstown Community Shuts Down Board Meeting: Residents Refuse to Wear Masks

What would have been a discussion on how the Clarkstown Central school district planned to resume classes this fall was drowned by the shouting of nearly 170 residents, many who refused to wear masks inside the Clarkstown South High School auditorium. The district board decided not to hold its regularly scheduled meeting last Thursday.  “It’s […]

Rockland’s Own Wins Silver With USA Baseball

Rockland’s Own Wins Silver With USA Baseball

Rockland sends congratulations to its own baseball star, Patrick Kivlehan, a member of the USA Baseball team who won silver at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday. Kivlehan is a former Rutgers star and West Nyack native who is the son of retired Clarkstown Police Department (CPD) Detective Pat Kivelhan. “I always thought the pinnacle would […]

What’s in store for Sloatsburg Ambulance Corps

What’s in store for Sloatsburg Ambulance Corps

Sloatsburg residents are wondering what will become of the village’s volunteer ambulance corps now that an unhappy chapter of its history has been written. Michael Gannon, former president of the Sloatsburg Ambulance Corps, entered a plea of guilty to second degree grand larceny, a felony, in Rockland County Court. He was charged with diverting more […]

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