Following Sunday’s story on public fire adjusters, county Legislator Alden H. Wolfe, D-Suffern, contacted The Journal News regarding an inquiry from a constituent who had experienced a similar problem. Wolfe offered additional information to help victims of fire damage know their rights. Read his letter below:
Dieticians with Hudson River HealthCare will be demonstrating ways to cook more nutritious foods using fruits and vegetables at clinics run by the organization throughout the region. A demonstration will be held at noon Thursday at the group’s health clinic at 26 New Main St., Haverstraw. Another demonstration will be… Read More →
The First Annual African American History in Rockland County Celebration recognized the contribution of local black citizens Friday evening, celebrating the culture through music, dance, art, and education.
Sam Gerard, who in the late 1950s and early 1960s worked alongside several colleagues at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory to pioneer the thermograd, which is the first instrument to measure the flow of heat through oceans and the upper-most layers of the earth, died in his Snedens Landing home on Jan. 28 at the age of 83.
The final countdown is here! Tomorrow marks the start of our week-long “Unofficial Mayor” contest. Play every day Monday through Friday and you could win a mini laptop computer, a chance to guest blog here for three months, and a profile in our Sunday Express. Play any day and you… Read More →