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John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. Where Does My Water Come From? SUEZ Offers Tours Of Treatment Facilities

    Where Does My Water Come From? SUEZ Offers Tours Of Treatment Facilities

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Ever wonder how water gets from the ground to your tap? SUEZ will answer this and other water-related questions at its first-ever Tour Day on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The behind-the-scenes day will give customers an opportunity to learn more about the process of water treatment and distribution in Rockland County. Guests will have the chance to ...

  2. Save In Style With An Upgraded, Efficient Bathroom

    Save In Style With An Upgraded, Efficient Bathroom

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- The industry’s newest water-efficient toilets are flushing away myths often associated with eco-friendly fixtures.When they first arrived on the market over 20 years ago due to federal regulation, “low flush” toilets came with their share of problems. Units often lacked flushing power and were deemed as unable to get the job done. However, as technology evolved, ...

  3. Over 65? Here's What You Need To Know About Vaccinations

    Over 65? Here's What You Need To Know About Vaccinations

    As the seasons begin to change, ensuring all vaccinations are up to date is an important step toward long-term health. Especially for those 65 or older, protecting against influenza, pneumococcal disease and shingles cannot be overlooked.“At this time of year, we talk to all of our patients about getting vaccinated for the flu,” said Dr. Charles O’Dowd, an internist at Clarkstown ...

  4. Shop, Dine And Laugh For A Cause With Good Samaritan Hospital

    Shop, Dine And Laugh For A Cause With Good Samaritan Hospital

    SUFFERN, N.Y.– The girls in Rockland County are getting together for an evening of dining, shopping, stand up comedy and education later this month, all in support of a special cause.Girls’ Night Out, hosted by The Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, will be held on Oct. 19 at the Crowne Plaza in Suffern. The evening serves an important fundraising purpose: all proceeds raised will ...

  5. Genetic Or Environmental: What Are Cancer's Familial Ties?

    Genetic Or Environmental: What Are Cancer's Familial Ties?

    According to Dr. Shawn Zimberg, medical director of radiation oncology at Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, despite considerable advances in identifying and treating the disease, the causes of cancer remain very much a mystery. Some claim development is based on family history, while other studies prove to the contrary.“Cancer is an abnormal growth whereby normal tissue is either ...

  6. From Diagnosis To Recovery, Good Samaritan Hospital Gives New Lease On Life

    From Diagnosis To Recovery, Good Samaritan Hospital Gives New Lease On Life

    Shortly after her wedding, Stephanie Wander was diagnosed with breast cancer. Facing the unknown, through the support of her new husband and the oncological experts at Good Samaritan Hospital, the Chester, N.Y. resident was able to fight back against the deadly disease. This is her survivor story, in her words:I met my current husband, Alex, in 2004, when we both worked at a luxury-car ...

  7. New City Grandmother Shows Strength, Inside And Out

    New City Grandmother Shows Strength, Inside And Out

    An active and energetic grandmother, Harriet Leitner was used to a life on the go. Even in retirement, the 69-year-old New City resident filled her days with everything from long walks to babysitting duties. That's why, when a lower abdomen pain developed one winter, she took notice."The pain was always there,” said Leitner, a former college professor. A gastroenterologist ...

  8. Does Screening Save Lives? NYP Explains Pros And Cons Of Prostate Tests

    Does Screening Save Lives? NYP Explains Pros And Cons Of Prostate Tests

    As they age, all men become vulnerable to prostate cancer, which is the second most common cancer in men in the United States. As with many cancers, the keys to lowering the risk for prostate cancer are knowledge, early detection and careful management of the disease.Prostate cancer screening can detect the disease in its earlier, more curable stages, when treatment is more likely to be ...

  9. Pace Field Hockey Holds Top 10 Spot In National Rankings

    Pace Field Hockey Holds Top 10 Spot In National Rankings

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- One week removed from cracking the National Field Hockey Coaches Association's Poll for the first time in program history, the Pace University field hockey team is showing no signs of slowing down.After receiving their first-ever national ranking in mid-September, the Setters have moved up to No. 7 in the most recent rankings, after splitting a pair of contests ...

  10. Pace Women's Basketball Heads To The Tropics For Scrimmages, Youth Clinic

    Pace Women's Basketball Heads To The Tropics For Scrimmages, Youth Clinic

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – It wasn't all sun and fun in the islands for the Pace University women's basketball team, which recently returned from a six-day, basketball-filled trip to the Barbados.During the team's voyage to the Caribbean, the Pace Setters competed in three games against the combined Junior and Senior players of Barbados' National Team and hosted a free youth clinic for ...

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