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 […]

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: An Extraordinary Act of Kindness

By Supervisor George Hoehmann With breaking news alerts blaring throughout each day about disasters or the latest in human misdeeds, it is understandable that one’s worldview can be painted in darkening, pessimistic hues. What goes largely unreported is the good that people do. I’m glad to share with you an instance of an extraordinary act of […]

CPD: Child Injured by Fireworks

CPD: Child Injured by Fireworks

REPORT FROM CLARKSTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT On July 4, 2018 at approximately 9:25 p.m. the Clarkstown Police Department responded to Demarest Mill Rd. in West Nyack for a report of a child injured by fireworks. Responding patrol units arrived at the scene and encountered an 8 year old male with an injury below his eye. Nanuet Volunteer […]

Clarkstown North Graduate becomes Eagle Scout

Clarkstown North Graduate becomes Eagle Scout

Rockland County Executive Ed Day congratulated Pennsylvania College of Technology freshman Peter Yacuk of Troop 79 in New Cityon becoming an Eagle Scout at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor. His community service project was to enhance the walking path on the main campus at Rockland BOCES in West Nyack. He cleared brush around the path, […]

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