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Defense secretary tells West Point grads “we don’t scare”
"We Americans are not made of cotton candy," Jim Mattis said.
 


Civil War re-enactors were among the participates Saturday
in the City of Newburgh's annual Memorial Day Parade


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Newburgh honors its heroes, freedom, during parade

Middletown Democratic Committee endorses incumbent slate

Abrams not seeking re-election to Newburgh City Council; supports Monteverde

State expands emerald ash borer quarantine

Highland man for New Paltz parking lot robbery

Two killed in Woodbury crash

100-year-old Army veteran given surprise birthday celebration

Candlelight memorial launches Memorial Day weekend in Kingston

State Police honor their dead in annual ceremonies

Port Authority prepared for Memorial Day weekend travel

Senator demands action in dealing with Newburgh’s poisoned water

Four county leaders call on EPA to continue PCB cleanup of Hudson

ADL condemns Haverstraw anti-Semitic graffiti

Loaded gun, drugs seized during Monticello warrant search

Two arrested for Rockland car wash break-in

Dozen people arrested in City of Newburgh for failing to register as sex offenders

Summer shuttle services return to Kingston

 

 

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