Letter to Editor – SERVICEMAN THANKS COMMUNITY

To the editor, My name is Sergeant Darrell D. Butler. I have been a resident of Orangetown for 45 years and a member of the U.S. Army for over 20. Currently, I am a Senior Cable Analyst and Systems Team Chief in the New York Army National Guard assigned to the Peekskill Armory. This unit, […]

Public Hearing Held in New City Discuss Plans for New Tappan Zee Bridge

BY MICHAEL RICONDA Representatives of public and private organizations held a community outreach meeting at the New City Library at 6 p.m. on August 14, 2012 to inform local residents of recent developments in the forthcoming project to replace the Tappan Zee Bridge. The meeting was directed by a three-person panel consisting of Special Advisor […]

Cruisers Hold 11th Annual Cruisin’ for Kids

BY ALLAN GOLDSTEIN On Saturday, August 4, North Rockland High School was the site of the 11th annual Cruisin’ for Kids Benefit. The event was sponsored by the Neighborhood Cruisers Inc, a non-profit organization of classic car enthusiasts. The Tomkins Cove based group raises money for local children with medical problems and this year’s recipient […]

Neighborhood Cruisers Hold Annual Car Show Benefit

BY MICHAEL RICONDA On July 30 Neighborhood Cruisers, Inc. held a small car show at Gennaro’s Restaurant in Stony Point to raise awareness for their annual Cruisin’ For Kids Benefit at Clarkstown North High School on August 4. The event, which included a car display, music, raffle ticket sales for the benefit on Saturday and […]

Master Gardeners Help Improve the Beauty of Rockland County Communities

BY BARRY WARNER You might not know that the Cornell Cooperate Extension has a program that aim to spread gardening knowledge throughout the community. The Master Gardener Program consists of a corps of volunteers, trained by Cornell Cooperative Extension instructors in gardening, a skill that truly is a cross between art and science. The newly […]

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