NANUET, NY – Clarkstown legend, former Town of Clarkstown Councilman and Deacon at St. Anthony’s John Maloney celebrates his 97th birthday!
On Friday, Supervisor George Hoehmann and the town board participated in a drive by parade organized by former Councilwoman Annmarie Smith, the Nanuet Fire Department and assisted by the Clarkstown Police Department. The town presented John with a card and a certificate and wished him well. “Happy Birthday Deacon John thank you for your service to our community.” said Supervisor Hoehmann.
Shocking Video Shows a Snake Slithering up a Car Window While Driving
The following video was recorded on the goat trail headed toward Bear Mountain Bridge from Westchester County (NY) and shows a snake crawling up the passenger’s side window while the car is driving at a high rate of speed. You can hear the utter shock of the occupants of the vehicle as they observe the snake. The snake eventually fell off and thankfully nobody in the vehicle was hurt during the shocking incident.
Video courtesy of Melissa Alpegiani Fogarty
Throwback: Do you remember “Cinema 304” in New City?
NEW CITY, NY – The Cinema 304 opened as a single screen in 1966, but was twinned later in its life. It was operated for many years by United Artists. It was operated by Clearview for two years before it closed in 2000. The building was demolished in 2004 to make way for a strip mall.
The cinema was located at 170 North Main Street, New City