RCT BOMB SNIFFING DOG TRAINING FACILITY OPENS IN ORANGEBURG

RCT BOMB SNIFFING DOG TRAINING FACILITY OPENS IN ORANGEBURG

Orangeburg Welcomes New Canine Training Facility By Kathy Kahn A commercial business park may seem to be an unlikely place to find man’s best friend coming to work—but seven bomb-detecting dogs (accompanied by their handlers) greeted company owners and media to a new training facility on Ramland Road. The dogs, canine bomb detectors, train under […]

BOIL WATER ORDER ISSUED – Orangeburg

BOIL WATER ORDER ISSUED – Orangeburg

On October 21, 2018, the Rockland County Health Department issued a boil water order for the following addresses in Orangeburg: Michael Roberts Ct – 2 to 68 all even numbers and 17 to 75 all odd numbers. Robert McPadden St – 3 to 27 all odd numbers Fred ILL JR CT – # 2012, 2014, […]

Unsung Hero: Kenneth Gordon, Volunteer Orangeburg Fire District Commissioner

Unsung Hero: Kenneth Gordon, Volunteer Orangeburg Fire District Commissioner

BY BARRY WARNER As the Orangeburg Fire District Chairman of the Board of Fire Commissioners, Kenneth Gordon has the obligation of ensuring that the Fire District has the ability to extinguish and prevent fires. He makes decisions with the other commissioners on the board concerning fire safety, including the expenditure of funds to ensure protection […]

Dave’s Dialogue: Enuf of Aluf

Dave’s Dialogue: Enuf of Aluf

For too long Aluf Plastics on Glenshaw St. has not been a good neighbor to the people living in Orangeburg. Residents are fed up having to smell for years horrible odors coming from the plastic bag manufacturer. No one should feel sick from obnoxious odors, which is why I am taking action. On Monday, I […]

“SENIOR HELPERS” OPENS DOORS IN NEW CITY

“SENIOR HELPERS” OPENS DOORS IN NEW CITY

Senior Helpers this week announced the official opening of its Rockland location, to be managed and operated by Brian Donohue. The new franchise will serve senior citizens and their families throughout Rockland and Orange Counties, which includes Suffern, Orangeburg, Nyack, West Nyack, New City, Congers, Piermont, Sloatsburg, and Tuxedo. It hopes to bring more than 50 new jobs to […]

PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK ON BORSCHT BELT TO BE DISCUSSED WITH AUTHOR AT ORANGEBURG LIBRARY SATURDAY

PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK ON BORSCHT BELT TO BE DISCUSSED WITH AUTHOR AT ORANGEBURG LIBRARY SATURDAY

A new photography book “The Borscht Belt: Revisiting the Remains of America’s Jewish Vacationland” (Cornell University Press) and a book talk with author Marisa Scheinfeld will place place this Saturday, April 29, 12 noon at the Orangeburg Library. This photography and text based book presents a contemporary view of the many abandoned hotels and bungalow colonies of the Catskills […]

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