Vickas “Vick” Shah, boss of Super Shop Food Store on Bridge St. in Garnerville. Vick has been taking care of customers in North Rockland for 15 years. He said he is a big fan of the Rockland County Times and proud to sell North Rockland’s official paper on his news rack.
BY JARED RODRIGUEZ PHOTOS BY TOM MCGUIRE To find a true, growing and bustling economy in Rockland County, one must look to the 19th century. Prior to Euclidean zoning rules, which effectively ended real economic growth in the suburbs, entrepreneurs manufactured products, housed workers nearby, and supplied the goods and services that those workers required. […]
The S.W. Johnson Ladies Auxiliary of Garnerville will be hosting a Dinner Theater entitled “The Soaprano’s – Tony’s Retirement Dinner” on Saturday evening April 20. The Dinner Theater is the produced by the New York Dinner Theater and will feature live comedy entertainment depicting a retirement dinner for Tony Soaprano. It is an audience interactive […]
Everybody loves Jonah Hill. The eminently likable actor was all smiles as he shot a scene for the new Brad Pitt-produced flick “True Story” at Sparky’s Diner in Garnerville. Hill is playing real-life New York Times journalist Michael Finkel who discovered that his identity had been stolen by a con named Christian Longo, played by James […]
A sixth-grade girl, Chrissy Gabriel, who attended St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic School and was a resident of Spring Valley passed away Saturday evening from an infection caused by bacterial meningitis, Health Department officials confirmed. The identity of the specific strain of meningitis is still being investigated. The girl is believed to have acquired the infection […]
Marcellus Earlington scored 20 points to lead the St. Gregory’s 7th grade boys basketball team to a 47-43 win over St. John’s of Mahopac in the Archdiocesan of New York CYO championship at St. Joseph’s By The Sea High School in Staten Island, N.Y. on Saturday, March 23. St. Gregory’s is based in Garnerville. Earlington’s […]