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Ramapo Mourns Loss of Communications Director, Phil Tisi

The Town of Ramapo is mourning the loss of its long-time director of communications, Phil Tisi. Supervisor Michael Specht says the Sloatsburg resident died yesterday evening. On his Facebook page, Specht called Tisi a trusted friend and “a giant, a man whose dedication to our town and our residents will never be replaced.” Tisi was […]

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Boulders Launch “All-Decade Team” Vote Campaign

Fans of the Rockland Boulders for the last nine seasons can vote for their favorites for each position all summer long. Starting right now, you can decide who belongs on their “All-Decade Team,” starting this week with the catcher’s position. Boulders’ V-P of Business Development Seth Cantor says it’s easy to vote… Each successive week […]

Area Lawmakers Say New Budget is Leaner than Expected and Surprise-free

New York’s state budget passed on April 3rd but it’s taken a back seat to the coronavirus crisis. Area lawmakers say there weren’t any big surprises tucked into it this time around. One of the governor’s bigger pet projects was recreational marijuana, but Rockland assemblyman Ken Zebrowski says it didn’t get into the budget this […]

SUEZ Waives Late Bill Fees Due to COVID Crisis

SUEZ North America is waiving late bill fees for all customers until further notice due to the coronavirus situation. The company also had recently said they were suspending service shutoffs for non-payment. Suez New York’s Director of External Affairs Bill Madden says though many company employees are working from home during the crisis, they still […]

NY Governor Signs Executive Order Letting State Redistribute Ventilators and PPE to High-need Hospitals

The governor signed an executive order yesterday allowing the state to redistribute ventilators and personal protective equipment to hospitals with the highest need. In his daily press briefing yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo said, at the moment, every hospital has what they need… The governor also said yesterday the State Department of Health has developed a […]

Meredyth’s Pet Corner

Hi Tor’s Adoptable Pets – 10/31/19

Congrats to Harley who was adopted last week after 4 1/2 years at the shelter. She was adopted by Miltie, a veteran Hi Tor volunteer, and she’s doing great! This handsome 10 years-young guy is Milton. He has quickly won the hearts of staff and volunteers alike. He was brought in as a stray and […]

Hi Tor’s Adoptable Pets – 10/24/19

For info on any of these kittens please email Kristine@hitor.org. SHELLY: A super-sweet little girl who came into foster care with a severe illness which left her with a permanent loss of vision in one eye, but that doesn’t stop her from being the most inquisitive and super-curious kitten of her litter mates. She doesn’t […]

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COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT:

BUSINESS OWNERS: WRCR is ready to assist you with your critical communication needs in this emergency. Talk to your clients directly over our airwaves, announce your new hours and policies, online ordering information, home delivery service or whatever information you need to communicate. You can buy 30 days of 30-second announcements, 5 times per day […]

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IN THE FIRST FULL DAY OF BROADCASTING FROM OUR NEW TRANSMITTER SITE, SOME OF THE PEOPLE REPORTING TO US SAID: …Solid, booming signal into Albany NY suburb. Audio sounds excellent. Love the music mix. Imaging is referencing “Greater Hudson Valley.” Great job and welcome back! … …I was picking them up on my car stereo […]

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