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Police: Stabbing at Rockland BOCES Sends Teen to Hospital with non-life-threatening Injury

An argument at Rockland BOCES between two students who had just gotten off the school bus before school began led to a 16 year-old needing medical attention and a 17 year-old suspected of stabbing him. Clarkstown Police Detective Peter Walker says the assault happened around 8 o-clock Monday morning. The suspect reportedly removed a pair […]

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Rockland Begins Search for New Director of Economic Growth and Tourism

The search is on for a new Director of Economic Growth and Tourism as the current office-holder has decided to step down. County Executive Ed Day says Lucy Redzeposki’s shoes will be hard to fill… RCBizJournal.com broke the story Friday, and publisher Tina Traster thinks the job should go to two people, instead of just […]

“Interfaith Symposium” Being Held at RCC Wednesday Following Terror Attack in New Zealand

In the wake of the deadly terror attacks at two mosques in New Zealand over the weekend, Rocklanders are encouraged to come out tomorrow for an Interfaith Symposium at Rockland Community College. 50 people were killed and dozens wounded in the shootings. The County Executive and the Commissioner of Human Rights will host the event […]

Clarkstown Could Re-vote on Former Chief’s Status in Weeks

The town of Clarkstown is weighing whether to appeal a judge’s decision to nullify the council’s vote two years ago to fire the suspended police chief. A judge recently decided a council member and the supervisor should have recused themselves from the vote and ordered a re-vote on the status of former police chief Michael […]

Orangetown Playgrounds to Replace Woodchips with New Surfaces

Some of the smaller playgrounds in Orangetown are getting a bit of a facelift. Using bonds approved last year, Supervisor Chris Day says the town will be putting in rubberized surfaces instead of woodchips so more people can use the facilities…   Day says the rubberized surfaces will also be more cost-effective in the long […]

Meredyth’s Pet Corner

Hi Tor List of Adoptable Pets 3/14/19

Dallas is a 5-year-old male tuxedo pibble mix who has been at the shelter since Aug 2015. He is one of the longest residents. He was surrendered after he was found as a stray at a college upstate. Some cool fraternity guys took him in and let him live with them for a while. Once […]

Hi Tor List of Adoptable Pets 3/7/19

Bumble is six years-old and was brought into the shelter when he was surrendered. Apparently, his owner didn’t want him anymore. He is a big dog in a little dog’s body. The volunteers see his underbite and it makes them fall in love. Bumble is pretty sweet and innocent but he needs a special home. […]

GM’s Corner

WRCR Needs Your Support: GoFundMe

WRCR Radio wants to continue serving the community. To do that, we need your help. In the latter part of 2017, WRCR Radio lost the lease for our transmitter site in Nanuet. This took the station off the air and limited it to Internet-only broadcasting. After a long and painstaking search, we found a suitable […]

AM1700 Update 8/17/2018: Site Secured; Paperwork and Funding Comes Next

Update: August 17, 2018: So we have a site to move to…now we’re just securing funding to make it happen. We hope to be back on the air quickly once all the paperwork is done. If you (or a company or organization you know) would like to sponsor “The Morning Show with Steve & Jeff” […]

Morning Drive Show

WRCR Radio needs your help to continue serving the community.

In the latter part of 2017, WRCR Radio lost the lease for our transmitter site in Nanuet. This took the station off the air and limited it to Internet-only broadcasting. After a long and painstaking search, we found a suitable tower in Haverstraw. We have an agreement in place with the owner to purchase the […]

COMMUNITY NOTEBOOK

Rockland County Marine Corps League Auxiliary

Members of the Rockland County Marine Corps League Auxiliary are happy to meet others related to Marines, either by birth or marriage! They have a great group, always active with projects to help Marines, US military in general, and their families. They meet the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm, upstairs at K&E Post […]

Awards:

Our awards for excellence in broadcasting include those from US Congress, NY State Broadcasters’ Association, Rockland County Legislature, Town of Ramapo.
 

Snow Closings Updated Regularly

Please click on the image below to view all snow closings for Rockland County.