Posted on 28 November 2016 by Editor
Proposed route of the Pilgrim Pipelines through the Town of Tuxedo which will run through sensitive wetlands along the Ramapo River. Click map to enlarge.
The effort to head off the 178 mile proposed Pilgrim Pipelines have galvanized New York and New Jersey communities both large and small. Pilgrim Holdings, LLC, a closely held company with institutional back for the pipeline project, is planning to use NYS Thruway right-of-way for 79% of the double pipeline construction. The rest of the land will run through parcels of private and other community property. Continue Reading
Posted on 20 November 2016 by Editor
Sloatsburg’s United Methodist Church has a new pastor, Ross Topliff, who is motivated to revitalize the once vital Village landmark – Topliff’s efforts are quietly paying off.
Pastor Ross Topliff hasn’t wasted any time after taking on the challenge of revitalizing a Sloatsburg landmark – the United Methodist Church across from the village Municipal Building. Continue Reading
Posted on 17 November 2016 by Editor
Start your day with a little cheer.
The Suffern High School Varsity Cheerleading squad stopped time recently as it took plart in the Mannequin Challenge, the internet trend started by students in Jacksonville, Florida, where a group takes on elaborate poses in stop-motion. Continue Reading
Posted on 15 November 2016 by Editor
Gorden Wren’s partial plea for a “good drenching rain” to put out the recent Harriman State Park brush fires was answered by Mother Nature Tuesday.
Wren, Rockland County’s Fire Director, has directed the county’s combined efforts that, along with other NY State fire agencies, have worked to tamp down two Harriman Park fires that started Sunday, November 13 — one in the vicinity of Pine Meadow Lake and one near the Orange County line at Tom Jones Mountain. Continue Reading
Posted on 07 November 2016 by Editor
The annual Village of Sloatsburg Halloween Parade, led by the Suffern High School Marching Band, had a large turn out and closed out the month of October with a bang.
With Tuesday’s election looming and the long Thanksgiving to Christmas holiday season closing in, now is a good time to rewind and look back at the Sloatsburg Halloween Parade. Continue Reading
Posted on 04 November 2016 by Editor
Rockland Peak Performance under co-owner Nunzio Signore’s leadership has become a powerhouse in the strength and conditioning field. RPP, located at the south entrance of Sloatsburg, NY, just added 4,500 square feet of space.
Nunzio Signore is building quite a strength and conditioning sports performance facility just outside Sloatsburg along Route 17. Since Signore got Rockland Peak Performance rolling in 2012, the facility has become a beacon for team and individual fitness training. Continue Reading