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Tina Traster

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  1. Leadership Rockland Session Puts Emphasis On Local Media

    Leadership Rockland Session Puts Emphasis On Local Media

    POMONA, N.Y. -- Members of this year's Leadership Rockland spent the first hour of February's meeting learning about the inner workings of print, online and radio journalism. Former Journal News columnist Bob Baird headed the panel, which included Robert Brum, who writes the Rockland Angle column for the Journal News, WRCR's Kerri Potter, and Daily Voice community editor Tina Traster. ...

  2. Murder-Suicide Shocks Rockland As New Details Emerge

    Murder-Suicide Shocks Rockland As New Details Emerge

    WESLEY HILLS, N.Y. -- Residents of this quiet village are struggling to absorb the shocking details of an early morning murder/suicide at 2 Deerwood Road. John Lord, 65, killed himself after fatally shooting his wife, Irene Lord, police said.Neighbors along this street of mostly Orthodox Jews responded to the tragedy that occurred just after 7 a.m. Monday."I did not know them, but ...

  3. Second Rockland School District Yanks Anti-Semitic Video

    Second Rockland School District Yanks Anti-Semitic Video

    NYACK, N.Y. -- For the second time in recent weeks, a Rockland County District has removed a video teaching tool from a social studies class that depicts Jews in a derogatory light. Nyack Schools Superintendent James Montesano on Tuesday informed district parents via email that sixth-grade students at the middle school had viewed two videos in mid December that "displayed ...

  4. First Case Of Zika Virus Detected In Rockland

    First Case Of Zika Virus Detected In Rockland

    ROCKLAND COUNTY -- Rockland County Executive Ed Day and Commissioner of Health Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert confirmed Rockland's first case of Zika virus in a local woman. The patient recently traveled to a South American country where Zika virus transmission has been documented."Zika virus symptoms may include low-grade fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis," said ...

  5. Jewish Leaders Call For Teaching Tolerance After Clarkstown South Video

    Jewish Leaders Call For Teaching Tolerance After Clarkstown South Video

    CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. -- Quick response from school officials over an anti-Semitic video shown during three ninth-grade social studies classes at Clarkstown South High School last month should not put the issue to bed, say Jewish leaders of Rockland County.Rather, the incident must trigger a widespread initiation of education on tolerance, and it should be used as an opportunity to teach ...

  6. Nyack School Board Rethinks Breathalyzer Testing For Students

    Nyack School Board Rethinks Breathalyzer Testing For Students

    NYACK, N.Y. – Responding to vehement opposition Tuesday night from parents and students, Nyack School Board officials took a breath, tabling a controversial plan to breathalyze students suspected of being inebriated on school property or at school events.This was the fifth time the topic was on the school board’s meeting agenda. Community members presumed the board had all but decided ...

  7. New Rockland Radio Show Spotlights Philanthropic Entrepreneurs

    New Rockland Radio Show Spotlights Philanthropic Entrepreneurs

    ROCKLAND COUNTY -- Sometimes, when an idea is hatched over a glass of wine at the end of the day, it sounds good, but it never takes off. That is not how this story goes. One night, Risa Hoag, owner of GMG Public Relations, was having a drink with Kaira Grundig, managing partner of Bonefish Grill in Nanuet. Hoag asked Grundig what she thought of doing a radio show that spotlights ways ...

  8. It's Lights, Cameras, Action As NBC Series Films At Rockland Lake

    It's Lights, Cameras, Action As NBC Series Films At Rockland Lake

    CONGERS, N.Y. -- Have you ever wondered how actors do their scenes while driving?The short answer is: they're not really driving. Which is not news to Dermot, a driver for Action Camera Cars of Yonkers, who was at Rockland Lake Wednesday preparing the "insert car" for an upcoming episode of "Blindspot," which airs Monday nights on NBC at 10. The insert car hooks up ...

  9. Rockland Drug Abuse Seminar Draws Large Crowd

    Rockland Drug Abuse Seminar Draws Large Crowd

    PEARL RIVER, N.Y. -- "Your families would rather visit you in state prison than arrange for your funeral," said Judge Charles Apotheker, speaking to a large audience that packed the Pearl River Hilton to listen to a panel on drug addition Wednesday evening. The Judge, who presides over the Rockland County Misdemeanor Drug Court Program, did not mince his words."Yes, it's ...

  10. Storm Slows Down Pace For Snow-Bound Clarkstown Residents

    Storm Slows Down Pace For Snow-Bound Clarkstown Residents

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- But for the scraping of the town's snowplow, the roads were quiet. Snow fell steadily from dawn to dusk daybreak Saturday. Children were peering wistfully through windows, waiting to get out and make snowmen and snow angels, while sturdier souls were calculating snow totals in anticipation of a cleanup. When it all ended overnight, the snow totals were ...

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