Promising Female Entrepreneurs of Lower Hudson Valley Recognized

The Women’s Enterprise Development Center recently awarded five grants of $5,000 each and five grants of $4,000 each to promising female entrepreneurs in Westchester, Fairfield, and Rockland Counties. The annual award is open to students and alumni of the WEDC 15-week entrepreneurial program, who are currently running a business and submit a business plan for review. The awards were officially announced […]

St. Dominic’s School Bids Farewell to Grads

St. Dominic’s School Bids Farewell to Grads

St. Dominic School in Blauvelt bid farewell to seven of its eighth-grade students and one in 10th-grade in a touching and emotional graduation ceremony in the school’s gym on Thursday, June 14. The gym was packed with parents, family members, friends and St. Dominic’s School staff and Saint Dominic’s Home senior management. Operated by the […]

O&R Electric Rate Plan Approved

The New York State Public Service Commission approved the new electric rate plan for Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. on Thursday, June 14. The plan will affect O&R electric customers’ bills beginning July 1, 2012. It will increase the typical residential electric full service customer’s bill by roughly $3.06 per month. A typical user on […]

RIP Richard Stolz

Dear Editor, It is with a heavy heart that I inform our community of the passing of an American shadow warrior; Richard Stoltz, former Deputy Director, Covert Operations, Central Intelligence Agency. Mr. Stolz was a mentor, friend and colleague, who was generous with his time and instruction to me over the course of our association. […]