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 […]

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 […]

Lawler Proposes Alternate Funding For East Ramapo Private Schools

Lawler Proposes Alternate Funding For East Ramapo Private Schools

    Assemblyman Mike Lawler (R,C,I,SAM-Pearl River) has introduced a new bill to the state legislature in an effort to solve some long-standing issues in the East Ramapo Central School District. “For years, the East Ramapo Central School District has been a source of controversy, anger and division in our community. It’s been a long, […]

POLL: New York Ditches Mask Mandate, Will Citizens Follow Suit?

POLL: New York Ditches Mask Mandate, Will Citizens Follow Suit?

New York State has reached a major milestone in the fight against Covid-19. On Wednesday, May 19, in accordance with new recommendations from the CDC, the state government lifted the “mask mandate”, which required residents to leave their faces covered in public settings. The decision came after the state was pressured by multiple County Executives, […]

Protecting Rockland: County Government Reassures Residents of Gas Supply

Protecting Rockland: County  Government Reassures Residents of Gas Supply

If there is one thing we here at the Rockland Times have learned over the past year and a half, it’s that people’s reactions to a problem can often dictate how  bad that problem will be. Case in point, the hacking of the Colonial Pipeline. Though the pipeline has already resumed operation, after being forced […]

Concerns Over Future of Town Property Goes to Referendum: Stony Point residents will vote to retain or sell its Patriot Hills Golf Course

Concerns Over Future of Town Property Goes to Referendum: Stony Point residents will vote to retain or sell its Patriot Hills Golf Course

The recent contract signed by Stony Point and Patriot Hills, LLC to sell the town’s municipal golf course has become a flash point, one that will soon be settled by a town wide referendum. This is also an election year, and voters will be going to the polls to re-elect incumbent Jim Monaghan, a Republican […]