State Gov to Open Mass Vaccination Site at Rockland Community College, Drastically Expands Vaccine Eligibility

State Gov to Open Mass Vaccination Site at Rockland Community College, Drastically Expands Vaccine Eligibility

On Monday afternoon, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that Rockland will finally be receiving a mass vaccination site of its own. Despite leading the state in infections and deaths due to COVID-19, Rocklanders have previously had to rely on mass vaccination sites in Westchester County and other areas to receive the vital medication. The announcement comes […]

Annual Suffern PBA/D.A.R.E Holiday Toy Drive Ongoing Through Dec. 20

Annual Suffern PBA/D.A.R.E Holiday Toy Drive Ongoing Through Dec. 20

BY SCOTT WATERS SUFFERN – Community members and volunteers were out in full force on Friday collecting donations for the 29th Annual Suffern PBA/D.A.R.E. Holiday Toy Drive. The volunteers were very successful raising thousands of dollars that will go directly toward toys for local children in need. Members of the Suffern Police Department and Village […]

“The Irishman” comes to Suffern

“The Irishman” comes to Suffern

BY KATHY KAHN  Rockland residents were treated to a special showing of “The Irishman,” Martin Scorsese’s newest film detailing the life and times of International Teamsters’ union leader Jimmy Hoffa, who went missing in 1975. (His remains have never been found, and he was officially declared dead in 1982.) Part of the film takes place […]

The Suffern Free Library presents —  An Afternoon with Kyle Carey

The Suffern Free Library presents —  An Afternoon with Kyle Carey

Kyle Carey, Gaelic America singer-songwriter, will perform at the Suffern Free Library on Wednesday, November 20 at 2 p.m. Carey’s unique trans-Atlantic fusion of music includes influences of the American Folk Anthology, the Appalachian poetry of Louise McNeill, and the traditional music of Ireland, Cape Breton and Scotland. The results are well described by Jeremy […]

Suffern First Responders Rescue Injured Hiker

Suffern First Responders Rescue Injured Hiker

BY SCOTT WATERS On Sunday, October 13 at approximately 5 p.m. the Suffern Police Department received a call from a hiker who had fallen and was injured while hiking in the mountains off of Orange Ave in the Village of Suffern. The hiker wasn’t sure of her exact location, so Suffern Police Officers Lou Venturini, […]

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