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PA man killed in I-84 crash during police pursuit
Police could not get the 50-year-old driver our of the vehicle when it burst into flames.

EMS crews were on standby as a Gulfstream G4 corporate jet made a
safe landing at New York Stewart International Airport this afternoon with
two tires flat after it circled to burn off fuel. Sixteen people were onboard with a source saying one of the passengers was a rap singer.
(Photo: Bob McCormick)

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Dutchess lawmakers mark their 50th anniversary at fairgrounds

State AFL-CIO endorses Delgado for Congress

Both drowning victims recovered from Neversink River

Homicide and narcotics probe concluded in Middletown

Neuhaus flips Booth, Porr jobs

NAACP leader questions former NFA coach’s effort to be rehired

Putnam County develops business accelerator

Orange County Sheriff’s firing range to hire full-time supervisor

Hudson Valley counties receive state funds to improve EMS centers

Construction begins on $135 million I-95 project

Sullivan County DEC officer named tops in state

Westchester DPW to examine all county-owned retaining walls

Yonkers man arrested for illegal dumping in Nodine Hill

Fire damages Monticello house under renovation

Nonprofits may apply for Sullivan County funding


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