Nancy Cutler, The Journal News

Nancy Cutler

The Journal News

Hudson Valley, NY, United States

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Past articles by Nancy:

Rail fix slated in Rockland after Schumer meets with CSX; specter of East Palestine cited

Sen. Schumer contacted CSX after a truck-train crash in Haverstraw, and in the wake of the Norfolk Southern derailment in Ohio that spewed chemicals. → Read More

Food banks to Hochul: Time to grow Nourish NY, which gets farm goods to hunger programs

The COVID-era program helped New York farmers who struggled with supply-chain interruptions, and aided feeding programs hit with more hungry. → Read More

Father and son lost; mother and baby sister saved: Spring Valley fire victims ID'd

A father and and young son perished while the 4-year-old's mother and toddler sister survived. The adult males were brothers and cousins. → Read More

Red Cross brings free fire alarms, emotional support, to neighborhood struck by fatal fire

In the aftermath of a fire that killed five people in Spring Valley, Red Cross volunteers offered free alarms and counseling. → Read More

Comptroller: Early intervention delays hurt kids; state Health Dep't told to fix inequities for Black children

"The earlier a child gets services, the better able we are to mitigate some of the delays that they have," said Randi Rios-Castro, CEO of Jawonio. → Read More

Why coyote confrontations are up in Hudson Valley, and what to do if you're approached

Poughkeepsie City Councilman Evan Menist and his dog were charged by a coyote and he "knew I had to get loud." → Read More

'Influx of migrants' strains Rockland, Day and Lawler say; protesters say immigrants contribute

U.S. Rep. Lawler said there's a "humanitarian crisis in our country at the southern border" and it's impacting New York's suburbs. → Read More

Shook up but safe: Train plows through truck on tracks in Haverstraw

“This could have been a horrific tragedy," Rockland County Legislator Jay Hood said. → Read More

That harbor seal in the Hudson River? It appears healthy. (And, yes, it is adorable)

Harassing a seal can bring a fine up to $20,000 and a year in jail. And yes, they can bite. → Read More

Creditors come after Palisades Center mall in court, seek foreclosure. What's at stake

The mall's creditors want the 2.2 million-square-foot property put in receivership then put on the auction block. Here's what the future could hold. → Read More

Heated exchange gets ex-mayor of Pomona thrown out of Haverstraw meeting

Town Supervisor Howard Phillips said Brett Yagel yelled at the board. Yagel said Phillips interrupted him during his public comments. → Read More

Haverstraw OKs controversial Orthodox Jewish synagogue, settles lawsuit. What's next?

"You're caving into a threat," one Haverstraw resident says. Meanwhile, Riverglen neighbors continue to challenge the plan, and RLUIPA. → Read More

Tonight: Will Haverstraw boards OK settlement over synagogue plan?

The meeting takes place at 7:30 p.m. today at Haverstraw Town Hall. For live coverage, follow @nancyrockland and @lohud on Twitter → Read More

Aramark stays, for now, after Nyack kids got watermelon on 1st day of Black History Month

The company has acted on Nyack’s request that staff undergo equity training, something the district has focused on for years, the superintendent said. → Read More

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