Sloatsburg will host another Food Basket on Saturday, February 13 for veterans in surrounding communities - with cheeses and other items set for distribution.
The Town of Monroe is undergoing political upheaval as a new town council and law firm is installed.
Just like that, there's a new galvanizing effort underway to recreate Tuxedo's downtown corridor and tap into the whole area's rustic appeal.
Weather prognosticators are having difficulty with Saturday's impending nor'easter. Somewhere in the Hudson Valley is sure to get buried in snow.
Posted on 10 February 2016
Chris Stritmater suddenly lost his wife Heather this past Sunday. Heather Clark Stritmater leaves behind a daughter and two sons. Chris Stritmater grew up in Sloatsburg in the Pine Grove neighborhood and now lives with his young family in Stony Point. His wife is from West Haverstraw. Following is an announcement from Another Step, Inc., which includes […] Read More
Posted on 04 February 2016
Michael Bruno's Tuxedo Hudson Company kicked off a new billboard campaign in the Tuxedo/Sloatsburg corridor that envisions the area as a destination. Read More
Posted on 03 February 2016
It was time to pick a captain for the Town of Ramapo. Led by Supervisor Chris St. Lawrence, the Town Board had to decide on a new Chief for the Ramapo Police Department to replace the recently retired Peter Brower. Read More
Posted on 02 February 2016
The folks at NYNJ Trail Conference celebrated Joyce Kilmer Day Sunday and helped kick off a new "Plant a Tree in Mahwah" project. Read More
Posted on 25 January 2016
The Rockland County Sewer District will hold a public information meeting for Sloatsburg residents related to upcoming sewer work along Eagle Valley, Johnsontown Roads. Read More
Posted on 21 January 2016
Sloatsburg's Kevin Jefferson hits the 1000 point career mark for the Suffern in game with rival Clarkstown South. Read More
Posted on 15 January 2016
Sushi has come to Sloatsburg. The new Village center Sushi Ville is now open for business and the early word is that all is good. Read More
Posted on 08 January 2016
The Hudson Valley has a long tradition and large population of local men and woman serving as police officers and in the military — sometimes both at the same time. Read More
Posted on 05 January 2016
Locals Kathy Goldman and Geoff Welch work with NYNJ Conference volunteers to design and blaze the new Liberty Rock Park trail in Sloatsburg. Read More
Posted on 22 December 2015
Sloatsburg Elementary School second grade students embraced the holiday spirit this season, pitching in to the local food pantry and donating pajamas for the Scholastic pajamas drive — donations of books and pajamas help children in need and encourage a nice bedtime story. Read More
Posted on 22 December 2015
Today marks the Winter Solstice or shortest day of the year in these parts. A traditional day of celebration as long nights of winter take hold. Read More
Posted on 21 December 2015
Suffern pulled together with a huge turnout for this year's Suffern PBA/DARE Holiday Toy Drive which filled the Suffern Community Center with many a toy. Read More