Monday Jul 28
Sheltered workshops for disabled to be phased out
Sheltered workshops for disabled to be phased out to comply with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, New York and other states are phasing out sheltered workshops in which people with developmental disabilities do piece work, often for low wages.
As Others See Us: Bergen SWAN Visits Lake DeForest
Last month the members a North Jersey environmental action group traveled to Clarkstown to take a look at one of the sources of their drinking water.
Joseph Savino names Bloomberg campaign in corruption trial testimony
Former Councilman Dan Halloran enters U.S. District Court in White Plains during jury selection for a fraud and bribery trial.
Clarkstown Police Arrest Congers Man for Burglary
Clarkstown Police Department PRESS RELEASE Office of Public Information Arrest - Burglary 3rd On July 7, 2014 at approximately 4:30 PM the Clarkstown Police Department arrested Kevin Koronowicz, 29, from Congers for burglary 3rd.
Lightning Likely Cause of Fire at Patisserie Didier Dumas
Lightning from a severe thunderstorm is believed to be the cause of a fire that damaged the building where the Patisserie Didier Dumas is located on Main Street in Nyack.