New City Chamber Getting New Look from Local Designers
New City Chamber of Commerce officials announce a new look of their own to match the new look of the business district.
Stephen Baldwin pays off his New York back taxes
From left, attorney Russell Yankwit and actor Stephen Baldwin speak to the media outside the Rockland County Courthouse in New City after appearing in court to answer charges for failing to file income tax, in this file photo from March 29, 2013.
Witness: Man Was Masturbating in Toys-R-Us Parking Lot
A New City man is due in Clarkstown town court May 7 to answer charges of public lewdness and endangering the welfare of a child, misdemeanors.
Long Islanders Put on Play About Patient Safety and Medical Error
Claude Solnik, a Plainview resident, has written a new play, "Lady From Limerick," which will presented April 10-20 at the Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave., in Manhattan.
George Ballane Announces School Board Candidacy
New City resident George Ballane is running for a seat on the Clarkstown Board of Education.
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Engagement: Jennifer Narciso & Michael Anthony Russor
Jennifer is employed at Hudson Valley Radiology Associates in New City. Michael is the owner of Russo's House of Pizza in Pearl River.
Spring is Time for Flood Control Projects in Clarkstown
This spring, Clarkstown is working on several drainage projects for flood remediation, town officials said.
New Nanuet Eatery Will Help Keep Rockland Beatiful
By Robin Traum Corner Bakery Cafe is ready to "Feed the Day" in Nanuet with the opening of a new cafe on March 31. Rockland County neighbors are invited to check out the brand new location in The Shops at Nanuet located at 75 Route 59 West.
Clarkstown Garden Club
The Clarkstown Garden Club is celebrating their 50th Anniversary in 2014. The installation of officers for our new fiscal year took place at LaTerrazza, New City, March 12. The new officers were installed by the District Director Ellie Loughlin.
Businessman Passed Bad Checks, DA Says
Rockland County District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe today announced that Yoel Silber, 37, of 2 Lynhaven Drive, New City, was found guilty following a jury trial of: One count of Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree, a class "E" Felony Ten counts of Issuing a Bad Check, class "B" Misdemeanors According to the DA's office: On or about Feb. 6, 2013, ... (more)
Outspoken Library Advocate, Mitch Freedman Wins Award
The New City Library is proud to announce that Director Maurice J. Freedman was awarded the Joseph W. Lippincott Award for 2014.
Purim for People with Special Needs @ Temple Beth Sholom in New City
"What else becomes important is leaving my children with a lasting, positive impression of what their dad was all about.