Disgruntled Employees Or Targeted Victims Filing Lawsuits Against The Town Of Clarkstown?

Recently Stephen Cole-Hatchard described by the Journal News as a Clarkstown police sergeant filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Clarkstown officials, claiming they ordered him off a specialized investigative unit because he looked into a dismissed police officer’s...

Bomb Squad Find Voodoo Ritual Items at Rockland County Courthouse

The Bomb Squad Called to the Courthouse grounds to investigate a suspicious package only to find out it contained what possibly may have been artifacts use in occult type rituals associated to “Santeria” or “Voodoo”.  “According to a report by Amy...
Posted On Nov 28 2015

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: NY State School Boards Pool Policy Explained

March 24, 2015 To the editor: It has come to my attention that a letter, written by Ms. Julie Globus, to this publication referred to information provided by the New York State School Boards (NYSSBA) in A Pool, A Board of Education, A House of Cards (dated March 20, 2015). I am...
Posted On Jun 10 2015

Sheriff Falco Says Opponent’s “Inflammatory” Video Is “Specious”

To the Editor, The Office of Sheriff, is the only elected law enforcement official in America. In 2011, I was given the honor and privilege of being elected the 50th Sheriff of Rockland County, on a promise to be the Sheriff of all the people of Rockland County. To me, that means...
Posted On Jun 06 2015

2015 Clarkstown School Board Candidates Respond To Questionnaire

The following questions were asked of the seven candidates running for Clarkstown School Board.  Two candidates did not respond – Michael Aglialoro and Wendy Adolff.  School board election is on Tuesday May 19th. 1) Brief biography 2) Why are you running for School Board? 3) In...
Posted On May 15 2015

GOP Leadership Out In Force For George Hoehmann

In a very strong show of solid support, Republican leaders and dignitaries from across Rockland County attended the much anticipated announcement by Clarkstown Council member George Hoehmann that he will be a candidate for Supervisor on the Town of Clarkstown to unseat long-time...
Posted On May 13 2015

Light the Night Vigil for Fallen Law Enforcement Officers

ANNOUNCEMENT:  WHAT:   “Light the Night” Vigil For Fallen Law Enforcement Officers WHEN:    Wednesday, 13 May 2015 TIME:       8:00pm to 9:00pm WHERE:   New City Courthouse Steps and Lawn,  1 South Main St.  New City, New York 25 year old NYPD Police Officer Brian...
Posted On May 09 2015

ROCKLAND VOICE PROFILE IN COURAGE AWARD: East Ramapo School Students

“In whatever arena of life one may meet the challenge of courage, whatever may be the sacrifices he faces if he follows his conscience – the loss of his friends, his fortune, his contentment, even the esteem of his fellow men – each man must decide for himself the course he will...
Posted On May 03 2015

The Historic Value of the Rockland County Sheriff’s Mounted Unit

Sheriff’s Mounted Unit During last year’s budget process, there was a considerable amount of discussion in regard to the Sheriff’s Office Mounted Unit. I would like to take this opportunity to provide the residents of Rockland County with information about this important law...
Posted On May 02 2015

Sparaco Dominoes: One Falls and So Do All

The analogy of falling dominoes can aptly describe Rockland County Legislator Frank Sparaco and many of his associates, including former Bronx GOP Chairman Jay Savino, who was hired, then fired as a Clarkstown Tax Cert attorney.  Savino was arrested by the F.B.I. in a political...
Posted On Nov 13 2014