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MOUNT VERNON – Police fired after attempts to subdue the emotionally disturbed man with a taser failed


Middletown Mayor Joseph DeStefano cuts the ribbon Friday on the city's
new dog park. With him are city council members Kate Ramkissoon
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Wallkill tunnel project takes major step forward

Beacon extends fire chief’s contract

DiNapoli, Schneiderman hold “get out the vote’ rally in Orange County

State Assembly candidate is new to politics

Middletown opens dog park

Black Rock Forest to expand public access

Ulster Sheriff Top 10 Most Wanted fugitive arrested

Gas station robbery suspect apprehended

Ulster police arrest 18 in Operation Clean Streets

Dutchess man arrested on drug charges after traffic stop

Man who owes over $68,000 in child support arrested

 
 
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