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Chief Sullivan Files Lawsuit Against Clarkstown

Yesterday, just a day after the Clarkstown board added an additional fifteen charges to the seven previously filed against him, suspended Clarkstown Chief of Police, Michael Sullivan brought a lawsuit against the town board claiming that since his election as Clarkstown Supervisor, George Hoehmann and board members Frank Borelli and John J. Noto have worked […]


Afternoon News Update 8/31

This morning in Southeast, one man has died and two others escaped from a house fire. Brewster firefighters arrived at 2 Maple Lane at about 3:40 a.m. and needed an hour to put out the blaze. Responders say they weren’t able to locate the victim until the fire was extinguished. The victim’s identity has not […]

AGT’s Grace VanderWaal’s a “Beautiful Thing”

She did it again. Little Grace VanderWaal, the 12-year-old singer/composer from Suffern, performed last night on America’s Got Talent. Standing center stage, with her trademark ukulele, Grace sang her original song “Beautiful Thing” and brought the audience and all four judges to their feet. The audience had until 7 a.m. this morning to cast their […]

Main-Endwell Little League Champions

Thursday, September 1 has been declared “Champions Day” at The Great New York State Fair in honor of the Main-Endwell Little League team of Broome County the first New York team to win the Little League World Series since 1964. In addition to winning the series the team was also given the Sportsmanship Award. The […]

Noramie Jasmin Loses Appeal

Noramie Jasmin, the former Spring Valley Mayor, has been denied an appeal for her April 2015 bribery conviction by a federal appeals court. She was convicted of mail fraud and Hobbs Act extortion after selling her vote for a proposed community center and catering hall. In February, she began serving a four-year sentence.

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GM’s Corner


While preserving Localism, WRCR has added two new shows of general interest to its lineup of programs. They are the Stephanie Miller Show and the world renowned Thom Hartmann Program. Programs are informative and engaging and Progressive in character. They air for 6 hours daily, 10:10 AM to 4:00 PM weekdays. Give them a try […]

Jordan Baker Joins Rockland Legend Steve Possell on WRCR AM 1700’s Morning Show

Actress Jordan Baker, who has had roles on the radio station-focused TV programs NewsRadio and Frasier, has joined the Morning Show with Steve Possell Monday, February 29th, 2016. Baker replaces Meredyth Glover, who is leaving to pursue other interests. Her last Morning Show was Friday, February 26th. Baker’s acting career began in 1989. She has […]


The PFC Joseph P. Dwyer Peer to Peer Counseling Program

The Rockland Independent Living Center announces the PFC Joseph P. Dwyer Peer to Peer Counseling Program. The mission of the program is to reduce or eliminate the negative impact that trauma related symptoms have on veterans and their families. The peer to peer services are free, confidential and available to all veterans and their families […]

Meredyth’s Pet Corner

Adoptable Pet 8-25-16

These sweet animals are looking for “Forever Homes” — if you are ready to add someone wonderful to your family contact and get to know them.  And thanks to our sponsor — Learn CPR…be a LifeSAVer.

Adoptable Pets 8-18-16

These pets are looking for “Forever Homes” — if you would like to meet them or any of the other wonderful pets up for adoption visit — and thanks to our sponsor — learn CPR…be a lifesaver!


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