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Agenda items related to the proposed $6.5 million bond for the reconstruction of Congers Elementary School will be voted on by the Clarkstown Board of Education tonight.
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The Deckade fundraiser this past Saturday at the Nyack Fencing Academy raised a little over $12,000 for the Nyack Skate Park according to Sarah Anderson, chair of the skateboard committee.
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Take a break this holiday season and watch someone else "break a leg." There's lots of great theatre that kids can enjoy in the audience and on stage in Rockland, Westchester and Bergen counties.
Voters in the Nyack Joint Fire District approved all three propositions on the ballot and chose Peter Wortendyke over incumbent Keith Taylor as a fire commissioner Tuesday.
Six absentee ballots from Orangetown will be counted in a meeting 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Board of Elections in New City, bringing the Orangetown Supervisor election closer to a resolution.
Judge Victor J. Alfieri ruled Tuesday that six of the remaining Orangetown absentee ballots should be tossed out, leaving six more to be counted, but results will not be in until Wednesday.
There will be a special performance of Handel's Hallelujah Chorus featuring North alumni from 1996 through 2012.
Nyack's Farmers' Market will operate indoors at the Nyack Center through March 27. Organized by the Nyack Chamber of Commerce, the farmers' market has proven a bountiful harvest with a yield of 800 to 1000 shoppers a week when outdoors.
As heads of state -- including President Barack Obama and former U.S. presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter -- prepare for Tuesday's memorial for former South African President Nelson Mandela, it doesn't take much for John Daniszewski to turn his thoughts to the days that brought Mandela to power.
Teachers unions slammed the state's educational leadership Monday, trying to build a case for legislative action to halt the Common Core roll-out and a growing emphasis on standardized tests.
Voters in the Nyack Joint Fire District will head to the polls from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday at two locations.
Nyack High School teacher Adele Metrakos spoke about her love for teaching during the Day of Action gathering Monday morning in the high school gym.
If you live in Nyack or any other Orangetown community and can't understand why its taking so long to decide who won last month's Supervisor election, there's a 6 in 10 chance that you might be the cause of the delay.
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