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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Putnam County deputy sheriff suffers severed artery when he investigates domestic incident

PUTNAM VALLEY – A Putnam County deputy sheriff, who responded to a report of a domestic violence incident around 10 a.m. on Monday, was hospitalized when he was attacked...

Retired Sullivan County Court judge exploring possible DA run

MONTICELLO – Newly retired Sullivan County Court Judge Frank LaBuda may not be staying staying retired for long.The former judge, who had to retire because of a state age...

Putnam County deputy sheriff slashed during domestic violence investigation

PUTNAM VALLEY – A Putnam County deputy sheriff, who responded to a report of a domestic violence incident around 10 a.m. on Monday, is...

Tenant near proposed Kingstonian project challenges Kingston Planning Board’s ‘neg-dec’

KINGSTON – A corporation that plans to open a colonial-era tavern and restaurant some 200 feet from the proposed Kingstonian project in Kingston’s Stockade...

OSI seeks public donations to support Minnewaska visitor center

NEW PALTZ – The Open Space Institute has launched the public phase of its campaign to support Minnewaska State Park’s four-season visitor center. The...

McLaughlin nominated as Yonkers inspector general

YONKERS – Mayor Michael Spano has nominated Liam McLaughlin as Yonkers City Inspector General.McLaughlin, an attorney, certified public accountant, and former city council president,...

Investigation continues into “violence and dangerous behavior” at Middletown-Newburgh BB game

MIDDLETOWN – A basketball game between Newburgh Free Academy and Middletown High School varsity teams Friday night at Middletown was the scene of chaos...

Large attendance at Port Jervis Women’s March

PORT JERVIS – It was standing room only in St. Peter’s Lutheran Church on Saturday morning, as between 200 and 300 people, many carrying...

Women’s March held in Beacon

BEACON – A small but mighty group of locals braved the cold weather to protest for women’s rights on Beacon’s Polhill Park during the...

Love wins: No room for hate

MAHOPAC – Christians and Jews united in fellowship when some 125 men and women gathered in downtown Mahopac for a rally dubbed: ‘Love wins:...

Ohio boy pleads guilty to Kent swatting incident

KENT – A 17-year-old Ohio youth who committed dozens of nuisance alarms across the United States including one in western Kent in the summer...

Putnam Courthouse goes Blue

CARMEL – The historic Putnam Courthouse in the heart of the county seat has been illuminated with blue lighting this month in recognition of...

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