BY TROY MAURIELLO
As the Yankees and Mets head back north to begin their seasons in April, both of New York’s teams will be relying on a heavy backbone of youth to carry them in 2017… Continue reading.
Snow day continues for the ides of March. Winter comes late for the tri-state areaContinue reading.
NEW NYACK BURIAL SHOP WANTS YOU TO THINK ECO-FRIENDLY ON YOUR WAY OUT OF TOWN
Nyack’s Newest Boutique “Dying to Bloom” (pets included)
Celebrates the circle of life with Focus on Eco-friendly Burial
MCILMURRAY PUBLISHING HOUSE PRINTING CO.
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ONLY IN ROCKLAND
A well-known wealthy Rockland neurosurgeon is in hot water again. And no, it isn’t due… Continue reading.
- Best Fiction writer in Rockland 2017
- Best Reporter in Rockland 2017
- Best Photographer Rockland 2017
Wolfe & Cornell say Shutdown Of Troubled Indian Point Means Improved Safety For The Public & The Environment
Wolfe & Cornell: Shutdown Of Plagued Indian Point Means Improved Safety For The Public & The Environment
BY LAURA INCALCATERRA
Global Warming: Brighter Days Ahead
BY JEFFREY OPPENHEIM, M.D.
Listening to the news you might think that the United States is not only responsible for global warming, but is dodging its responsibility to address this problem. Every hot spell, cold… Continue reading.
To predict…or not to predict…that’s the question…
BY MAYA NASH
It’s that time again, new beginnings as we resolve to be better people, happier, more organized, thinner richer, the list goes on. We are chomping at the bit for… Continue reading.
BY HONORABLE LON HOFSTEIN Minority Leader – Rockland County Legislature represents
edited by rocklandvoice.com’s editor, Michael Hull
Originally published by rocklandvoice.com
Just a few short years ago, this county was on the verge of financial ruin. A new administration at… Continue reading.
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BY BILL WEBER
The Ramapo Town Board unanimously adopted the 2017 budget on November 19th. I requested a copy of that budget via a FOIL request on November 21st, but the Town denied my FOIL request by not responding within… Continue reading.
BY LAURA INCALCUTERRA
Legislators Paul & Wolfe Partner With People To People
To Collect New, Gently-Used Coats, Sweaters
New City, NY (Dec. 2, 2016) – Rockland County Legislator Aney Paul (D-Nanuet) and Legislature Chairman Alden H. Wolfe (D-Montebello) have… Continue reading.
BY LAWRENCE GARVEY
I want to move to Bermuda, buy a taxi and spend the rest of my working life driving tourists to and from the airport and giving tours of the small island paradise. Why not? The island… Continue reading.
- Dylan Lentini’s sister says she isn’t buying self-defense for late night stabbing of Michael Wimbert ; she says story doesn’t add up
- Sister says she called cops on Lentini in June for breaking in grandmothers house at 3 a.m. while she was sleeping
- Sister claims Lentini killed baby kittens over summer because they were not listening to him
- Sister claims Lentini made other bad deals on Craigslist
November 22, 2016
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
A group of approximately 25 South Nyack residents attended South Nyack’s Village Trustee Meeting on November 22 at… Continue reading.
Dear editor at rocklandpost.com,
“Clean Air for Orangetown responds to the statement from Aluf Plastics published in the Pearl River Patch on November 15th, 2016.
On Wednesday, November 16th, 2016, the Town of Orangetown’s Zoning Board deemed Orangeburg’s Aluf Plastics… Continue reading.
One Man’s Nature
Photographs by Aaron Winters
Opening Reception Saturday, November 19 2:00-4:00 PM
On view November 17 thru December 25, 2016
GALLERY HOURS Thursday, Friday, & Sunday 2-6 PM or by appointment
85 South Broadway Nyack,… Continue reading.