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State legislation targets fossil-fuel-free future

ALBANY – State Senator Jennifer Metzger (D, Rosendale), introduced legislation on Monday that would end the development of new fossil fuel infrastructure...

Former Korean War POW encouraged by back pay legislation

GOSHEN – A loophole in current federal law denies former Korean War POWs from collecting their combat pay while in captivity.

New Paltz man accused of distributing kilos of coke

NEW PALTZ – A New Paltz man was arrested Friday on felony drug charges following a 10-month investigation into the distribution of kilograms of...

Clearwater celebrates Pete Seeger’s 100th birthday

BEACON – Legendary folksinger Pete Seeger of Beacon died in January 2014 at age 94. May 3 was the 100th anniversary of...

Hotel and conference center to overlook Hudson in Lloyd

TOWN OF LLOYD – The 437-acre former Hudson Valley Winery along the Hudson River in the Town of Lloyd has received the go...

‘LI man pleads guilty in ‘Operation Pay Dirt’an pleads guilty in ‘Operation Pay Dirt’

HAUPPAUGE – One of the 30 men charged with illegal dumping of construction and demolition in Ulster, Sullivan and Suffolk counties pled guilty...

NYPD officer from Rockland County loses battle with 9/11-related illness

PEARL RIVER – New York City Police Office Patrick McGovern, a lifelong resident of the Town of Orangetown, died on Thursday, May...

Middletown PD seek public’s assistance in identifying two in murder investigation

Middletown PD seek public’s assistance in identifying two in murder investigationMIDDLETOWN – Police in Middletown are asking for...

West Point Board of Visitors discusses ‘changing the culture’

WEST POINT – Cadets, faculty and administrators at the US Military Academy openly discussed progress in what they call “changing the culture” surrounding the...

Poughkeepsie recognized for efforts with PBA

POUGHKEEPSIE – The City of Poughkeepsie has been recognized by the statewide New York State Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) for their innovative Police Retention Program. 

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