Signs, signs, everywhere there’s signs The weekend commenced with a celestial bang as witnesses from Virginia to Boston reported seeing a large meteor streak across the Friday evening sky around 7:55 p.m. Witnesses describe seeing a white-green glow coming from the object, with most saying it was the largest, brightest and closest meteor seen in […]
A North Rockland family tradition yet again! Rockland County Times PHOTOS BY TOM MCGUIRE Residents of Stony Point are ready to get a taste of the new Lynch’s Restaurant coming to 79 S. Liberty Drive. The popular eatery will open for business Friday, August 17. Stony Pointers fondly recall that Lynch’s was a family-run restaurant […]
BY SARA GILBERT Governor Andrew M. Cuomo will be present to discuss the plan for the new Tappan Zee Bridge at two meetings on Thursday, July 26. The first, hosted by Rockland Business Association, will be at 8:30 a.m. at Dominican College, 470 Western Highway in Orangeburg. The second will be at 6 p.m. at […]
On Friday, May 25, the Green Meadow community celebrated the completion of the new Arts Building and dedicated the performance space to community use Chestnut Ridge. Earlier this year, Green Meadow opened the extensively renovated Arts Building on its campus. The construction of Rose Hall was at the heart of the changes, and the theater […]
Green Meadow Waldorf School dedicated the newly built Rose Hall on Friday night. In this photo: Teacher Jane Wulsin, Collegium Chair Leslie Burchell-Fox, and teacher John Wulsin at Friday night’s Dedication Celebration, flanked by framed dedication documents from the school’s past.
On Friday, May 18, Fidel Padilla of Cortlandt pled guilty to putting lives at risk when his company did excavation work and caused a massive explosion that destroyed a West Haverstraw townhouse in January. In addition to the demolition of the house, two West Haverstraw volunteer firefighters and two workers from Orange and Rockland Utilities […]