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Nanuet Ambulance Members Assist Stranded Motorist with Flat Tire Repair

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Nanuet Community Ambulance Corps. Lt. Zoda and Asst. Chief Delgado were on their way back to the station when they saw a family stuck on the side of the road. They would safely pull over and assisted the family with changing the flat tire.

Whether it’s responding to a major medical incident, participating in a community drive-by celebration, or changing a flat tire for a family in distress, the Nanuet Ambulance Corps shows why its one of the best in the county. We are very lucky to have such amazing men and women who make up the ranks of our EMS in Rockland.

Great job Nanuet EMS! 🚑 🚨 🚑

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A New Season For 2024 Penguin Rep Theatre Stony Point, NY

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Stony Point, NY – The New York Times dubbed Penguin Rep Theatre “the gutsiest little theatre”. Under the direction of founding Artistic Director Joe Brancato and executive director Andrew M. Horn, this local theatre has grown in 47 years from a summer theatre in a converted 1880’s hay barn to become one of the Hudson Valley’s most enduring nonprofit cultural institutions.

Season ticket holders enjoy early access to prime seating as well as post-performance discussions, pre-show tastings, dining discounts at a wide variety of restaurants, and savings on additional tickets and ticket insurance. Season tickets to Penguin Rep’s upcoming four shows are now on sale.

This year’s season will include the world premiere of THE SABBATH GIRL: A NEW MUSICAL by award-winning composer/lyricist Neil Berg, a resident of Nyack; the comedy CENTENNIAL CASTING; KEN LUDWIG’S DEAR JACK, DEAR LOUISE, in which the award-winning playwright (Lend Me a Tenor, Crazy for You) recounts his parents’ courtship during World War II; and the world premiere of THE STEEL MAN by Cary Gitter, Penguin’s playwright-in-residence.

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Bear Mountain Bridge in the 1950’s

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ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY – The Bear Mountain Bridge pictured back in the 1950’s. If you look closely, the toll at the time was 25 cents.

Photo credit Jim Richards

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