The Village of Plandome Board of Trustees voted Monday to impose a six-month moratorium on the installation of telecommunication facilities throughout the village. Continue reading “Plandome board OKs moratorium on cellular ‘nodes’”
Janelle Clausen contributed reporting to this story.
The Great Neck school board swore in Jeffrey Shi and Rebecca Sassouni as its two newest members on Wednesday night after their victories in May’s contested election. Continue reading “Shi, Sassouni sworn in to Great Neck school board”
The Village of Williston Park Board of Trustees decided Monday to permit Verizon Wireless to construct a wireless communication facility and backup power generator in the village. Continue reading “Williston Park plans to approve Verizon antenna plan”
The Village of Williston Park Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Monday to renew an agreement with cable service provider Verizon Wireless for five years. Continue reading “Williston Park board OKs 5-year pact with Verizon”
As if a universe unto itself, the New Paltz Youth Program (NPYP) sits calm and coy on the green-grassed property at 220 Main St. With its long, inviting front porch and baby blue-shuttered windows, only some know of the true, noisy vivacity hidden within the house’s walls. Continue reading “New Paltz Youth Program: A Home Away From Home”
I will never forget my first day at The New Paltz Oracle. I was nervous about joining because I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. Continue reading “Amanda Copkov Reflects On Her Time at The New Paltz Oracle“
Prepare your tastebuds for a chocolatey experience for the books, located right in the Big Apple.
New York State’s first-ever chocolate museum arrived in Manhattan on March 6 to feed the curiosity of any chocolate lover, along with their sweet tooth. Continue reading “New York City’s Chocolate Paradise”
Hoping to comfort those personally affected by mental illness, SUNY New Paltz held its eighth annual Out of the Darkness walk — a fundraising event in support of suicide prevention and awareness. Continue reading “Walking Out of the Darkness”
Two groups are bridging the gap between the New Paltz community and SUNY New Paltz campus by initiating the conversation about mental health and suicide awareness. Continue reading “Hope on the Horizon”
It’s been five years too long since Albuquerque-based indie rock band The Shins put out their last album. Continue reading “Music Review: “Heartworms,” The Shins”