Timelines: July 12, 2012

West Nile Found in Ramapo and Haverstraw Mosquito samples collected at the end of June in Rockland County have been testing positive for West Nile virus, confirming that it is appearing early and frequently in this area this summer. Two mosquito pools came from Ramapo, one came from Clarkstown and one from Haverstraw. The infected samples […]

Day of Unrest — Clarkstown Citizens Wake Up to Vandalism Spree this Sunday

On Sunday, July 8, the Clarkstown Police department received more than 20 complaints of criminal mischief to parked vehicles.  Rocks were used to break vehicle windows in 15 separate incidents and in other incidents police said windows were broken in an as yet undetermined fashion. All incidents occurred sometime overnight July 7 and 8 (Saturday into Sunday) […]

Timelines: July 5, 2012

Rockland County Launches Travel & Entertainment Guide Rockland County Tourism & Local Development’s launched its first ever 2012 Travel & Entertainment Guide. This 50-page guide includes listings of Rockland’s tourist attractions, including parks, hotels, historic sites, theaters, arts organizations, farmers’ markets, restaurants and more. As part of this effort, Rockland Tourism & Local Development is […]

Timelines: June 14, 2012

Timelines: June 14, 2012

Funeral for Judge Edelstein Retired Judge Harry Edelstein, who served as a Rockland County Court Judge and Clarkstown justice for more than three decades, died Saturday, June 9. He was 87. The funeral was at 11 a.m. on Monday at the New City Jewish Center. Shivah, a Jewish period of mourning, will be held at […]

Veterans Honored in New City Parade

Veterans Honored in New City Parade

Did you thank a veteran this weekend? BY DIANA BIERMAN On the sunny, cloudless morning of May 28, Rockland County residents and others lined Main Street in New City waving flags and cheering various groups, organizations, and veterans who marched in the annual Memorial Day parade in support of our troops. The 63rd annual parade, […]