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Zachary Croce

Community Editor

Zac Croce is a Community Editor in Rockland County. He was born and raised in Suffern and graduated from the University of Delaware. Before joining the Daily Voice, Zac worked as a reporter for a weekly newspaper in Bergen County, N.J. where he covered the towns of Lyndhurst and North Arlington.

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  1. Harriman Outdoor Center Has What Everyone Needs To Enjoy Nature

    Harriman Outdoor Center Has What Everyone Needs To Enjoy Nature

    HAVERSTRAW, N.Y. - The Harriman Outdoor Center opened earlier this year in the summer, offering visitors the chance to experience the outdoors to varying levels.The center is nestled on the northeastern end of Breakneck Pond, a little over a mile drive down a windy road off Seven Lakes Drive. In the video above, Director of Lodging Operations Vinnie Spiotti discusses HOC, what it ...

  2. Voice Of Clarkstown: Supervisor, Residents Connect In Tele-Town Hall

    Voice Of Clarkstown: Supervisor, Residents Connect In Tele-Town Hall

    NEW CITY, N.Y. - The supervisor's office on Maple Avenue felt more like a WFAN studio last month as George Hoehmann hosted the now-monthly Clarkstown Tele-Town Hall.The forum, similar to a talk radio show format, affords residents the chance to call in and ask the supervisor a question or express their concerns regarding town issues. The series was first announced last January and the ...

  3. Clarkstown Superintendent Discusses District Goals, Ambitions

    Clarkstown Superintendent Discusses District Goals, Ambitions

    NEW CITY, N.Y. - Martin Cox is the new superintendent of the Clarkstown Central School District, having taken over from Dr. J. Thomas Morton in July. In an interview with Daily Voice, Cox discusses the path he took to the education field, his goals and expectations of the district moving forward and the type of leader he is.

  4. Blauvelt Sister Stands In Solidarity With Standing Rock Sioux

    Blauvelt Sister Stands In Solidarity With Standing Rock Sioux

    BLAUVELT, N.Y. - Growing up, Sister Ceil Lavin described herself as apolitical.“I didn’t have a political notion in my head,” said the New Rochelle resident and Blauvelt Dominican sister. But things changed for her during the 1980s as tensions between the United States and the former USSR escalated and the nuclear arms race accelerated. The thought of resulting devastation inspired her ...

  5. Familiarity Helped Monsey Physical Therapist Spot Serious Medical Issue

    Familiarity Helped Monsey Physical Therapist Spot Serious Medical Issue

    MONSEY, N.Y. - When discussing his job as a physical therapist, Stanley L. Alpert explained that the beauty of the job is working closely with people, getting to know them.“The point is, you have to listen to people,” said Alpert, who practices at Stern Physical Rehabilitation in Monsey. It was that familiarity that ultimately led Alpert to make a call to a doctor that helped avert ...

  6. 8 Works Of Art From RCC Students Chosen For Exhibit In Cuomo's DC Office

    8 Works Of Art From RCC Students Chosen For Exhibit In Cuomo's DC Office

    Eight works of art from students enrolled at Rockland Community College were chosen by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s staff and SUNY officials for display in the governor's Washington D.C. office. In total, 34 works of student art were chosen from across all 64 SUNY campuses for the year-long exhibit. An additional work was selected by SUNY officials for an exhibit in the SUNY Administration ...

  7. Holocaust Museum Broadens Mission--And Space--To Better Educate

    Holocaust Museum Broadens Mission--And Space--To Better Educate

    The Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education in Ramapo is in a state of transition. If one were to visit the museum, they’d find the exhibits and artifacts packed away in boxes or placed in storage. It’s due to the renovation of a new 7,000-square-foot space at Rockland Community College where the museum signed a long-term lease and will be permanently located.The ...

  8. Marcello's In Suffern Earns DVlicious 'Best Italian In Rockland' Nod

    Marcello's In Suffern Earns DVlicious 'Best Italian In Rockland' Nod

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- It’s a simple question: “What’s the most DVlicious Italian restaurant in the county?”Sounds straightforward, right? But with a dizzying array of options – everything from old-school red sauce joints to modern takes on Grandma’s homemade cooking to trattorias with gourmet pizzas -- the answer can be hard to answer.We asked for your favorites; three have been narrowed ...

  9. Woman Who Crashed Vehicle In Rockland Had BAC Twice Limit, Police Say

    Woman Who Crashed Vehicle In Rockland Had BAC Twice Limit, Police Say

    A New Jersey woman was handed a number of vehicle and traffic violations, and found to have a BAC twice the legal limit following a car crash on the Tappan Zee Bridge, police said.  Larissa Spratt, 40, of Wanaque, New Jersey, was charged with aggravated DWI, a Class E felony, early Sunday morning at 4:10 a.m. following the crash, according to New York State Police. Driving a GMC Envoy, ...

  10. Rockland Groups Help Some Cope With Presidential Election Results

    Rockland Groups Help Some Cope With Presidential Election Results

    Rockland organizations and businesses are helping people cope with the results of the presidential election through healing events. The first such event took place Wednesday evening at Grace Episcopal Church in Nyack and a second one will be hosted Thursday night by Rockland County Pride Center at the Nyack Center, a sister organization.The idea for the forum held by Grace Episcopal ...

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