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State Police investigate possible homicide
A woman was found dead last night in a residentialk driveway in New Hackensack
 
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The season’s first significant snow quickly brought the region to a
standstill late Thursday afternoon and night, including on Route 17
in the Goshen area late last night.  Problems linger this morning. 
Many schools are closed or delayed.


Flood warning for Hudson River at Poughkeepsie

Winter storm warning remains in effect until 1 p.m

Federal military officials come to Newburgh to discuss water crisis

Sloppy first snow triggers many accidents

Sullivan sheriff joins jail deputies in appeal for salary parity

Depew leaves Sullivan County job

Dutchess Legislature chairman hopes lawmakers will reverse decision to not bond for stadium upgrades

State Court of Appeals convenes in Kingston

Poughkeepsie youth grant program to be renewed

Day updates business community on Rockland County outlook

Countywide ban of foam food containers approved by Putnam legislative committee

200 apply for Putnam Service Medals

Nanuet bank robbed by note-wielding bandit

Troopers investigate residential break-in

State Police Troop F accepting donations for Toys for Tots

 

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