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Tom Renner

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No one knows local sports quite like Tom Renner, The Daily Voice's Sports Editor. For 22 years, he covered the field for The Stamford Advocate. He's been in Fairfield County since 1987.

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  1. West Nyack's McNamara A Fan Favorite, Cult Hero At NYCFC

    West Nyack's McNamara A Fan Favorite, Cult Hero At NYCFC

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Thomas McNamara bandied about like a soccer ball during a three-week stretch late in 2014. In a span from Nov. 19 through Dec. 10 of that year, three teams owned the contract of the West Nyack native and former Don Bosco Prep soccer star.Surprisingly, and fortunately, McNamara ended up with team closest to home. He is in the midst of his second season with New York City ...

  2. Concert Celebrates 30th Anniversary Of Successful Suffern Restaurant

    Concert Celebrates 30th Anniversary Of Successful Suffern Restaurant

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- Marcello Russodivito has lined up concerts in the past to celebrate big events. The Suffern chef invites the community to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his restaurant with his biggest event yet on Sunday.Sunday’s concert at the Lafayette Theatre in Suffern begins at 4:45 p.m. and features two parts. It begins with Jazz and Classical Italian Songs. At 6 p.m., pop ...

  3. Rockland Single Family Home Sales Rise 12+ Percent In Third Quarter

    Rockland Single Family Home Sales Rise 12+ Percent In Third Quarter

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Single family home sales rose by more than 12 percent in Rockland County compared to the third quarter in 2015, according to report from the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors.Single family home sales rose 12.5 percent in Rockland County in the HGAR report, which also incorporates Westchester, Orange and Putnam counties. For the four-county region, sales ...

  4. After Wild Ride, West Nyack Soccer Star Finds A Home With NYCFC

    After Wild Ride, West Nyack Soccer Star Finds A Home With NYCFC

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Thomas McNamara bandied about like a soccer ball during a three-week stretch late in 2014. In a span from Nov. 19 through Dec. 10 of that year, three teams owned the contract of the West Nyack native and former Don Bosco Prep soccer star.Surprisingly, and fortunately, McNamara ended up with team closest to home. He is in the midst of his second season with New York City ...

  5. Nyack Author's Latest Book Helps Young Women Learn Dangers Of Bullying

    Nyack Author's Latest Book Helps Young Women Learn Dangers Of Bullying

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Nyack author Stephanie Dolce felt her calling as a writer would be chronicling achievements of ice hockey teams and players. Circumstances and life intervened to take her in a far different direction.Dolce released her sixth book last month. “Untouched” is her latest in a series that explores bullying, especially through social media, relationships and online dating. It ...

  6. Innovation, Art Now Flow At Former Pharmaceutical Plant In Orangeburg

    Innovation, Art Now Flow At Former Pharmaceutical Plant In Orangeburg

    ORANGEBURG, N.Y. -- For nearly 120 years, Bell-ans in Orangeburg has married a unique combination of innovation, creativity, imagination along with respect and care for pets and animals.The form in which those skills are used has changed dramatically in the past 30 years, from a former pharmaceutical development and manufacturing plant to a burgeoning artists colony. The premise, ...

  7. Haverstraw Woman's New Bake Shop Satisfies Sweet Creative Side

    Haverstraw Woman's New Bake Shop Satisfies Sweet Creative Side

    HAVERSTRAW, N.Y. -- Eva Rivera of Haverstraw started making cakes about five years ago as works of art, a form of expression for her creative side. In September, she dove full-time into her craft, opening Bella Sophia Sugar Crafts in her hometown.Rivera started making cakes for friends and family. Word quickly spread. “I thought let me see what I can do with this,’’ Rivera said. “It ...

  8. Plant Late Season Perennials For Pollinators In Rockland

    Plant Late Season Perennials For Pollinators In Rockland

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- As fall approaches, many pollinators are still active. While some pollinators die off as the weather chills, others will overwinter, including mated queen bees and hibernating butterflies like Mourning Cloaks.  As these pollinators search for late forage resources, they often find very little nectar or pollen in our landscapes. Why not offer a late season ...

  9. Nyack Musician Hits Right Note In Honoring Sister With New Nightlife Spot

    Nyack Musician Hits Right Note In Honoring Sister With New Nightlife Spot

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Maureen’s Jazz Cellar may have opened in Nyack in early September, but the seed for the entertainment outlet was planted more than five decades ago behind the piano of Maureen Budway’s family home in Pittsburgh.David Budway and his wife, Brianne Higgins, sought to create a venue to honor the legacy of Maureen, David’s sister and extraordinary jazz vocalist and musician. ...

  10. Nyack Native Puts New Spin On Ghastly Images At Rockland CC Exhibit

    Nyack Native Puts New Spin On Ghastly Images At Rockland CC Exhibit

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Nyack native Krista Wortendyke found pictures of sanctioned violence from all over the world -- lynchings, beheadings, stonings -- in which an audience posed with the bodies they had just killed. She felt very little reaction, and though she did not know it at the time, the epiphany led the conceptual artist to her latest project.“Interventions,” an examination ...

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