Juvenile American eels are displayed at the Minisceongo Creek near West Haverstraw Village Hall March 31, 2010. Volunteers were given instructions for an upcoming eel monitoring program being run by the NYS DEC Hudson River Estuary Program and the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve. See more photos
Note: Richard Tjoa of Suffern won The Rockland Express “Unofficial Mayor” contest this month. He joins us as a guest blogger. Here’s his latest post. Hello, my fellow Rocklanders. Unlike my unofficial peers across the river, here in Rockland I’m less of an Unofficial Mayor and more of an Unofficial… Read More →
Maria Luisa Whittingham, at her store, ML Gifts and Accessories in Nyack (she also owns Maria Luisa Boutique in the village) is organizing the One Day Without Shoes event scheduled for April 8, in Nyack. Particpants will walk shoeless to Village Hall to raise awareness of people throughout the world… Read More →
March is going out like a Lion as the rain kept falling in Rockland on Tuesday. The good news is warm weather and sunny skies are coming up next. The weather got the best of Bee Joseph’s umbrella while on her way to a commuter lot in Spring Valley early… Read More →
Det. Brad Weidel of Ramapo police gave a statement at the scene where two Suffern High School students were killed this morning when their pickup truck and a dump truck collided head-on near Route 202 and Lake Road.
Note: Richard Tjoa of Suffern won The Rockland Express “Unofficial Mayor” contest this month. He joins us as a guest blogger. Here’s his latest post Hello, Rocklanders. For the past two weeks, the Journal News has been running articles on proposed school district budgets and it got me thinking. —... Read More →
The New City Jewish Center held a Passover Community Seder on the first night of Passover Monday evening. The event was open to the public to anyone wishing to join the Seder. Suzy Tansey and her son Dylan of Congers attend a Passover Community Seder at the New City Jewish… Read More →
ollowing the closure of the eastbound lanes of Route 59 near the Palisades Center, Alexander Gromack, Clarkstown supervisor, sent an e-mail to town residents warning them of the potential for 3 to 4 inches of rain overnight Monday and into Tuesday afternoon. See the text of his email below:
The rain subsided Monday afternoon giving way to fog. More rain, heavy at times is in the forecast through Wednesday morning in the Lower Hudson Valley. A fog settles in over the Hudson River off Piermont Pier Monday afternoon. Click here to view more photos.
Waterfront property for lease, at least for today along Route 59 eastbound in West Nyack which was closed due to flooding conditions Monday afetrnoon. Traffic was being diverted onto the fly over bridge into the Palisades Center. Click here to view more photos.