Timelines: August 23, 2012

Aney Paul Resigns From New City Library Aney Paul resigned from the New City Library Board of Trustees Thursday, August 16, after more than five years. Paul decided to resign because she felt it was time; she had missed the last two meetings. She told the board that she really enjoyed being on it for […]

Wake for New City War Hero

A wake for Major Thomas Kennedy will be held today from 5-8 p.m. at William F. Hogan Funeral Home in Highlands Falls. Kennedy was a New City resident killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan on Wednesday, August 8. The decorated officer was born in Suffern and attended Clarkstown schools. He graduated from West Point […]

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 […]

Join the Mexican Coke Revolution

Join the Mexican Coke Revolution

  New trend sees Mexican Coca-Cola as the only REAL Coca-Cola BY DYLAN SKRILOFF It’s spreading all over Rockland County, and all over America, more and more every year. It’s the Mexican Coke revolution. That’s right, the real flavor of Coca-Cola that you always knew was missing, can now be found in a glass bottle […]

New City FIT Student Receives SUNY Chancellor’s Award

New City FIT Student Receives SUNY Chancellor’s Award

Johanna Brozinsky of New City, a recent graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, was honored with a Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence from the State University of New York (SUNY) system. The Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence was created by SUNY to recognize students who have best demonstrated and been recognized for the integration […]