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New Rochelle police officer dies from effects of 9/11

Kathleen O'Connor assisted in rescue and recovery efforts immediately after the terrorist attacks.


The Rhinebeck Fire Department set up a training drill at the Dutchess
County Fairgrounds to prepare for the unlikely need to rescue
someone from the ferris wheel. The annual Dutchess County
Fair runs from Tuesday, August 21 to Sunday, August 26.
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O&R’s new $26 million substation up and running in Deerpark

Former Wappingers Falls mayor dies

Moodna Viaduct improvements start this weekend

Rabies running up a big tab in Sullivan County

Legoland New York on target for spring 2020 opening, company officials say

Middletown awarded Restore NY grant for community campus cleanup

Private sector jobs grow by 12,500 in 12 months ending in July

Sullivan County dairy farmers explores setting up their own processing plant

Over 50,000 gallons of sewage spill from Westchester pump station

Man found dead in Esopus was homeless

Campbell Hall man killed in head-on crash

Greene County motorcyclist killed in New Baltimore accident

Rockland GOP chairman calls for Democrat elections commissioner to resign

Four area candidates fail to file financial disclosure forms

Local state attorney general candidate holds ‘meet and greet’ in Newburgh

Fugitive wanted skipping bail on weapon charge

Putnam newsman goes ‘batty’


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