Nyack’s online destination for local news and opinions, NyackNewsAndViews is an independent news resource. Articles covering topics from politics to entertainment — and everything in between — keep the community informed, educated and engaged.
NyackNewsAndViews attracts, on average, 30,000 page views per month.. About half of the adults 25 years and older in Nyack, South Nyack and Upper Nyack read NyackNewsAndViews in a typical month.
NyackNewsAndViews was founded by Nyack residents and Dave Zornow and Doug Foster to provide information not available through other sources. Readers are encouraged to join community conversations, and postings are moderated to maintain civil discussion. Doug Foster, now a Nyack Village Trustee, gave up editorial control of NyackNewsAndViews when he ran for office in 2009.
Bill Batson joined NyackNewsAndViews as author of the weekly NyackSketchLog feature in 2011. He does double duty as our head of ad sales.
What interests our readers the most? Google Analytics tells us some of the most read topics are articles about local politics, local retail issues, the new Tappan Zee Bridge, Riverspace/Superblock, parades and street fairs and parking. Other popular articles were about schools, dogs, nighttime entertainment and Nyack’s rich history.
For information about writing for NyackNewsAndViews.com or to advertise, contact Dave Zornow.
The Village of Nyack is a residential and commercial retail community located on the shore of the Hudson River in Rockland County, New York. It is 25 miles north of New York City and less than one mile north of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Nyack is a “go to” destination for New York metro area residents, as well as out of towners, looking for antiques, quaint shops, fine restaurants, exciting entertainment, boating, hiking and bike riding. Seasonal festivals, street fairs, parades and a farmer’s market also are a big draw.