Hometown Happenings: A Day of Remembrance and a Day of Service

Hometown Happenings: A Day of Remembrance and a Day of Service

By Supervisor George Hoehmann People in every corner of our nation gathered once again to remember September 11, 2001. Once again we gathered outside of Town Hall to remember and reflect upon those in our community whose lives were unnecessarily cut short by evil, cowardly men. It is incredible to think that 17 years have elapsed. […]

On Point with Tina Traster

On Point with Tina Traster

Clarkstown’s 2018 election referendums The November 6 election will be a midterm nail-biter like one not witnessed in eons. But Clarkstown voters should pay equally close attention to the election because the town wants to know if you think the Supervisor’s and Council Members’ terms should be extended from two years to four years. There […]

EVgo electronic charging station opens in Nanuet

EVgo electronic charging station opens in Nanuet

STORY AND PHOTOS BY SONIA OWCHARIW EVgo Charging Station is here and fast charging for electric vehicles is now available to the public at the east parking area of the Shops at Nanuet, adjacent to Banchetto Feast restaurant. Though it has been in the ground for several months the Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Station officially […]

Hometown Happenings: The Impact of David Pye, Clarkstown’s First Supervisor

Hometown Happenings: The Impact of David Pye, Clarkstown’s First Supervisor

By Supervisor George Hoehmann I have the great privilege of serving as the 45th supervisor for the Town of Clarkstown. While several distinguished individuals have held this office, I want to bring attention to the very first Clarkstown Supervisor over two-hundred years ago, David Pye, a truly remarkable man and a pioneer in colonial Clarkstown. […]

New educational Initiatives are being planned by Clarkstown Superintendent of Schools for 2018-2019

New educational Initiatives are being planned by Clarkstown Superintendent of Schools for 2018-2019

BY BARRY WARNER In a wide-ranging discussion with the Rockland County Times, Clarkstown Superintendent of Schools Martin D. Cox spoke about the new initiatives that include active learners, the Reading and Writing Project, social and emotional wellness, capacity building, Vex robotics and some budgetary items. Active learning refers to a broad range of teaching strategies […]

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