Nancy Cutler, The Journal News

Nancy Cutler

The Journal News

Hudson Valley, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Nancy:

Nyack school leaders blame vendor for chicken-and-waffles lunch during Black History Month

Aramark was supposed to serve Philly cheesesteaks to Nyack middle schoolers. But on Feb. 1, they got items that "reinforce negative stereotypes." → Read More

Gun confiscated: Nanuet HS student brought weapon to campus, superintendent reports

Administrators were told late Monday afternoon that a student had a gun. The weapon was confiscated without incident. → Read More

State seeks scoop on poop to keep watch on flu, RSV, polio, other pathogens

Viruses are "shed" through people’s digestive track – in other words, we poop them out. Wastewater tests can see if certain pathogens are present. → Read More

Four Westchester HS seniors make Regeneron Science Talent Search finals

In March, the four will be among 40 to compete for the top 10 slots in the nation’s oldest science and math competition for high school seniors. → Read More

9/11 responders and survivors now get coverage for uterine cancer; for some, it's too late

Kataryzna Sosnowski died of cancer in December. In January, the WTC Health Program started covering endometrial cancer, her original diagnosis. → Read More

Obituary: Joan 'Johnnie' Pantanelli, 97, honored for World War II Civil Air Patrol service

The local Civil Air Patrol unit is named the Col. Johnnie Pantanelli Composite Squadron. The longtime commander mentored hundreds through CAP. → Read More

Unity Day celebrates King's dream, showcases talent and tenacity in East Ramapo

Former U.S. Rep. Mondaire Jones was honored by the Martin Luther King Jr. Multi-Purpose Center with the Dream Achiever Award. → Read More

Rally shows support for LGBTQ community after hateful graffiti scrawled on Pride Center

"We're not taking this graffiti down," said Pride Center Executive Director Brooke Malloy. "Come and take a look." → Read More

Obituary: Hal Parker, owner of Nyack's Corner Frame Shop, arts and community advocate

A supporter of Nyack's art scene, Parker hosted exhibits in his shop. He was a founding member of the Phyllis B. Frank Rockland County Pride Center. → Read More

Hateful messages scrawled on Rockland County Pride Center in Nyack

Suicide risk outcomes improve significantly for youth who have acceptance and access to LGTQ-affirming spaces, according to research. → Read More

Regeneron Science Talent Search: 32 Westchester high schoolers earn honors

Past Science Talent Search recipients have gone on to earn Nobel Prizes, Fields Medals, MacArthur Fellowships and numerous other accolades. → Read More

Funeral services set for Dr. Bruce Maurice Henry, pediatric ER physician slain in NYC

Dr. Henry worked at Montefiore Nyack Hospital, facilities in New Jersey and one week a month at Children's Hospital in New Orleans. → Read More

Polio again detected in New York wastewater; virus in Orange County sample after 6 weeks

Recent polio-positive results came from wastewater sampled on Dec. 16; the last positive samples were from Nov. 4. Testing is done weekly. → Read More

'Everyone's devastated': Dr. Bruce Maurice Henry, slain pediatric ER physician, remembered

The doctor, who worked for years at Montefiore Nyack Hospital, was remembered for his ability to manage traumas and as a generous friend. → Read More

Hochul taps LaSalle to lead NY courts; will he pass muster with Senate progressives?

One progressive state senator, citing LaSalle's past rulings, said she was a "hard no" on his confirmation. → Read More

Suffern Post Office to be named for Rockland veterans advocate Jerry Donnellan

The former director of the Rockland Veterans Agency came up with innovative ways to reach veterans and ensure their health care. → Read More

'We knew why we were there': Ukraine trip shows U.S. medical team resiliency amid war

The first stop on the U.S. team's hospital tour: The bomb shelter. A patient's first question after surgery: When could she go back to the fight? → Read More

Haverstraw: Here's what $10M in state grant money will do in village

Mayor Mike Kohut said the grant helps Haverstraw, "a rough-and-tumble community that's just trying to pull ourselves by the bootstraps." → Read More

Blank-Fest concert comes back in person in Nyack to wrap up its 25th year

The 12-hour concert festival at Hudson House asks for a blanket for admission to help people living in homelessness. → Read More

Amid rising antisemitism, Rockland remembers deadly Hanukkah attack in Monsey

State Attorney General Tish James, citing a rise in hate crimes, said to those who foment hate: "There's more of us than there are of you." → Read More