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 […]

Timeline: August 9, 2012

New Plant in Haverstraw up for Debate GenOn, a Haverstraw energy plant that has been involved in ongoing negotiations with the Town of Haverstraw concerning taxes, recently proposed building a new natural-gas power plant at the Bowline Generating Station under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Energy Highway” initiative. GenOn, formerly known as Mirant, owns the Bowline facility, which […]

Timelines: July 19, 2012

Towns Band Together to Bill the County In an act of revenge against the county for passing on new costs to towns, Rockland’s five towns are going to now send the county all bills for maintenance and utilities on county roads. They are exploring legal options as well in case the county refuses to pick […]

Hornets finish AAU season at 25-5

Hornets finish AAU season at 25-5

The 6th grade boys team of the Hudson River Hornets AAU basketball club finished the 2012 spring season with a 25-5 record that included four tournament championships and a 18-game win streak. The Hornets captured the championships of the Dowd Memorial Tournament in Central Valley, N.Y., the Miranda Memorial Tournament in Suffern, N.Y., the Crossroads […]

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 […]