John Hanos of Boy Scout Troop 97, New City, built a display case for the New City Library for his Eagle Scout project. Read more about this story in this Sunday’s Rockland Express.
Tom Hanney of Nanuet is tackled by Jordan Schwartz of Hornell during the Class B State Championship football game at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse. Hornell won 16-14. See a photo gallery from the game
The Orangetown Historical Museum and Archives at the Sayler House in Pearl River is hosting an open house. Mulled cider and cookies will be available. Photo Caption: Mary Cardenas, the museum director and Orangetown Historian stands next to a Victorian Christmas tree at the Orangetown Historical Museum & Archives at… Read More →
I photographed the Holiday Crafts Bazaar this morning at the Palisades Community Center. Photo Caption: Sylvia March of Palisades, shows off her handmade pottery during the Holiday Craft Bazaar at the Palisades Community Center in Palisades, featuring quality crafts made by women artisans of the Hudson Valley, Nov. 28, 2009…. Read More →
I came across two men fishing in a pond at the intersection of Gate Hill Coop and Knapp Roads in Stony Point today after an assignment. Clayton Taylor, 29, of Garnerville, unhooks one of about half-dozen fish he caught in an hour. Taylor and his friend went fishing in Harriman… Read More →
The eighth annual Brian Casey Bowl, which is a casual football game that raises money for a scholarship in the name of a North Rockland graduate who died of cancer at age 19, took place at North Rockland High School in Thiells today. Check back at www.lohud.com to read more… Read More →
Michael Carbone, 27, of New City, took advantage of the Black Friday sales at the Target in the Palisades Center Mall in West Nyack today, where he bought a television. Click here to check out more photos of holiday shoppers.
Carmine Serra lifts 225 pounds for the “100 Tons of Hope” vs. Breast cancer at Vision Fitness. He performed 900 repetitions of lifting 225-pounds. To see more from this shoot go to Lohud.com
“The Towers of Nyack” will be the final program of the 2009 season of the John Scott Armchair Walking Tours. Using a slideshow, participants will will be taken on a virtual walk along Nyack’s streets to spot the many towers which crown its homes, churches and public buildings. Bob Goldberg will… Read More →
Fifth-grader Lauren Olson tries one of the rice balls she brought to school at Cottage Lane Elementary in Blauvelt. The students brought in family favorite dishes to share, they also interviewed their partners about their family’s heritage and traditions. See a gallery of more photos