Officials say arson not to blame for fire at Berkley Square Apartments in Suffern
Contractors are assessing the damage and trying to put back the pieces today at the Berkley Square Apartments on Stewart Circle.
A comet's last gasp
Seven photographers who captured images of Comet C/2012 S1 were named winners in the Comet ISON Photography Contest, co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation's Division of Astronomical Sciences , Astronomy magazine , and Discover magazine .
Have Your Say on Water Rates: Hearings Set by Public Service Commission
The New York State Public Service Commission today announced that it is seeking comment on a pending request of United Water New York, Inc. to increase its total revenues by approximately $21.3 million , and on a recommendation made by Commission Administrative Law Judges to increase total revenues by approximately $11.1 million .
General Patent Corporation Settles Patent Infringement Lawsuit with Haier America Trading
General Patent Corporation , a leading patent licensing and IP management firm, announced today on behalf of its subsidiary, LaserDynamics, LLC, that it settled a patent infringement lawsuit against Haier America Trading, LLC of New York, N. Y. .
Free HIV Testing in Rockland County
The Rockland County Department of Health announces free, private and rapid HIV testing during National Public Health Week-April 7-13-and throughout the month of April.
Deaf man marks bar mitzvah milestone at age 62
Almost 50 years after a Jewish boy typically has his coming-of-age ceremony, a New York man will recite a passage from the prophets and be welcomed as an adult in his congregation.
Marist Red Foxes
Siena Tops Marist; Second Game Postponed
POUGHKEEPSIE Siena defeated Marist by a score of 6-5 in the first game of a scheduled Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference doubleheader on Saturday at McCann Baseball Field.
Check out the Northeast Astro-Imaging Conference
Over the past 10 years, the Northeast Astro-Imaging Conference , held each year in Suffern, New York, has become one of the principal places where astrophotographers can learn a great deal from their fellow hobbyists.
The Paramus Post
The Fountain Of Youth May Be In Your Kitchen
Dr. Ainat Beniaminovitz of ColumbiaDoctors of the Hudson Valley Recommends Improved Diet and Calorie Restriction to Help Prevent Disease and Premature Aging Did you know there is a common denominator to heart disease, diabetes, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer's and premature aging? According to Dr. Ainat Beniaminovitz, M.D., F.A.C.C., a board certified ... (more)
Aerial searches for missing man Peretz Sontag continue
Volunteers are again expected fly out of Westchester County Airport this morning to continue the search for a missing father from Pomona.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Salvation Army plans an eventful week
The Salvation Army of Rochester is inviting residents to a week of events from March 25 to March 30. They are hosting 10 cadets, who are pastors in training, and two teachers from the Salvation Army's College For Officer Training in Suffern, N.Y., who are coming to train and serve the community.