BY KEITH SHIKOWITZ Super Bowl Sunday has been the scene of many surprises over the 54-year history of the game. The most notable was the New York Jets of the AFL at the time defeating the heavily favored Baltimore Colts of the NFL in 1969, lending legitimacy to the AFL, prompting the merger of the […]
By: Keith S. Shikowitz They say charity begins in the home. In North Rockland it begins with the community as a whole. This is evident by the 5K walk/run for charity in June, the Stony Point Seals water event and the Crusin’ for Kids annual car show. All of these events raise money for families […]
Lynch’s to Host Stony Point Seals Get-Together Saturday night as Stony Point Readies for Annual Pole “R” Plunge
By Kathy Kahn Stony Point may be barred from using the word “polar” for its fundraising plunge into the icy water of the Hudson, but it hasn’t chilled the spirit of the community. After the Special Olympics barred Stony Point (and many other non-profits) from using the name “Polar Plunge”—the Seals’ founders got creative by […]
The Stony Point Seals’ Polar Plunge founder John Fox and his buddies to start the town’s annual fling into the frigid surf off the town’s Hudson River coastline 19 years ago. This year, however, may be the last year the Stony Point Seals can call its annual event a “polar plunge.” To the surprise of […]
Stony Point supervisor candidate Dylan Skriloff (C,R,I) and The Stand deli and pizzeria hosted a 50/50 raffle and bake sale with proceed going to Sandy recovery efforts on Monday. A total of $455 was raised, which will be donated to Stony Point Seals Sandy recovery efforts.
Jimmy McNicholas was born and raised in Garnerville, and attended St. Gregory Barbarigo, Albertus Magnus, and RCC. He was a son, a brother, an uncle, and a friend… until he was killed by a hit‐and‐run driver in Pearl River on May 31, 2009. Let’s not forget this kind Rockland man whose killer has still not […]