Here's a roundup of popular blogs from Rockland readers, published recently.
Leave your thoughts and opinion here, or head to the individual blogs to join the discussion.
From New City Patch: Ramapo's Night of Comic Opera
My name is Jim Flynn and I have followed the story of Ramapo vs Melissa Reimer for the past few months. Miss Reimer is a Finance Supervisor in the Town of Ramapo who was accused of misconduct for attempting to correct payroll errors for a Ramapo Police Officer.
Read the rest of Jim Plynn's guest blog post here.
From Nyack Patch: A Few Changes in Attitude Can Have a Positive Effect on Marriage
When we have the courage to turn the focus on ourselves we often recognize that we play a part in the dynamics of which we are most unhappy. Changing our part, rather than spending our energy trying to change the other person , has the possibility, but not promise, of our mate stepping up to the plate and us getting more of what we need.
Read the whole blog post here.
From Pearl River Patch: Rockland Community Foundation Honors Auerbach/Goldberg Memorial Scholarship Winners
The Rockland Community Foundation presented its Auerbach/Goldberg scholarship awards on June 13. Morgan Brill of Clarkstown North High School and Erica Schutzman of Clarkstown South High School were each presented with $1,000 to be used towards a four-year college education. Both graduating seniors will be attending Brandeis University this fall.
Read more here.
From Nanuet Patch: Nostalgia: Living at Eye Level
This blog post, as with most summer endeavors, is the hopeful child of procrastination and sleep deprivation.
Stay with me.I have a small bookcase in my bedroom. As is common of most humans, the things that I think matter most are placed at eye level. Bookcases indulge this tendency quite well. My bookcase is no exception. At the moment, eye level wil give you an eyeful of Markus Zusak’s Book Thief, Tina Fey’s Bossypants (as well as the underappreciated Girl Walks Into a Bar by Rachel Dratch), and an assortment of John Green.
Read the rest of Karli's blog post here.