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Woodbury Town Supervisor Burke dies

He passed away in the hospital Tuesday morning

Edmond Harrison, the new Stewart Airport general manager, wants to
rebrand the Newburgh facility as the "low-cost back door" to New
York City. He is already pitching airlines to bring new service
to the Hudson Valley.

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New Stewart manager has big plans for the airport

D’Ambrosio to retire this week

State grants final approval for Dutchess jail pods

Metro-North to beef up West of Hudson service, slash parking rates

Metro-North continues emphasis on rail safety

Western NY assemblyman blasts state over TZ Bridge loan

Cahill calls for party unity as fall elections near

Zimet expected uphill battle against Cahill

Man wanted for assault on Fishkill Town police officer

Two arrested, 29th gun this year taken off Poughkeepsie streets

Suspect arrested in Sullivan restaurant stabbing

New Jersey man arrested for stealing, using credit card

Court orders Putnam landowner to clean up illegal landfill polluting reservoir

Gaming Commission names Long Island Association president as chairman

SUNY Sullivan Board names new chairman

Monroe Post Office to honor fallen local CIA officer

Dutchess Youth Board refocused

Ulster Family Court candidate declines Conservative Party line

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