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REPORTS: Nyack Academy-Award-winning Film Director Jonathan Demme, dead at 73 and other publications are reporting that Oscar-winning director and Nyack resident Jonathan Demme has died of cancer complications, his publicist told Variety. He was 73 years old. Demme is best known for directing “The Silence of the Lambs,” the 1991 horror-thriller that was a box office smash, a critical triumph, and introduced moviegoers to […]


Spring Valley: Mayor’s Impeachment Trial Nears End

The impeachment trial for Spring Valley’s mayor is coming to an end. Attorneys gave closing arguments yesterday in the case brought by village residents looking to oust the controversial mayor, Demeza Delhomme. Among the claims is the mayor’s alleged personal use of a village car and gas card for a personal trip to North Carolina. […]

Day 4: Chris St. Lawrence Trial

It was day four in the Chris St. Lawrence fraud and corruption trial Wednesday in U.S. District Court in White Plains. The Journal News reported that Rockland Boulders president Ken Lehner considered St. Lawrence a “visionary” who helped bring the ball park to town. He described St. Lawrence as a champion of the project from […]

Twist in Clarkstown Suspended Police Chief Hearing

There’s a new twist in the hearings being held concerning Clarkstown’s supervisor’s allegations of misconduct against his suspended police chief. The Journal News reports Michael Sullivan’s attorney is calling for the charges to be dismissed after he claims he found George Hoehmann’s chief of staff spying on the door proceedings, a violation of the rules. […]

Rockland Sheriff: “Work Readiness Program” Works

(AUDIO) Rockland’s jail has a “work readiness program” designed to help inmates once their time behind bars is up. In his weekly segment on the Morning Show yesterday, Sheriff Lou Falco described the program designed by two former Rockland County jail inmates who went to prison, got their degrees and are committed to turning people’s […]

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WRCR HD Digital Will Be Back Soon!

You won’t believe you are listening to an AM station! Crystal clear FM-quality audio on the AM band! Here’s how to get us on HD: You will need a HD receiver – 30 million are already in use! Here is a link to an inexpensive but good portable receiver – “Sparc” available at http://SPARC […]


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 […]

Meredyth’s Pet Corner

List of Adoptable Pets 4/20/17

Hi–Tor Pets of the Week Cocoa is a 4 year-old female pit bull mix who came to the shelter as a stray. This sweet girl came to the shelter in pretty bad shape. She was underweight, had some skin issues and we believe she was used for breeding. She doesn’t care for cats and would […]

List of Adoptable Pets 4/6/17

Today’s “Meredyth’s Pet Corner” is sponsored by…Learn CPR…Become a lifesaver. It’s easy to get CPR-certified. If you want to learn CPR then you need HealthSav. Health Maggie is a 3-year-old terrier mix with very beautiful markings of white, brown and black. She was surrendered to the shelter due to the relocation of her […]


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