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Ulster County ratchets up fight against opioid crisis

KINGSTON – Ulster County Government, law enforcement and public health officials are ramping up their response to the opioid crisis after troubling overdose results...

State attorney general provides over $700,000 to combat area zombie homes

ALBANY – Six area communities will receive $785,000 as part of the state attorney general’s $9 million in funding to combat zombie properties –...

Old Goshen Plaza razed to make way for new shopping center

GOSHEN – The old Goshen Plaza shopping center is being demolished to pave the way for a new $27 million shopping mall to be...

Funding for Poughkeepsie city youth programs boosted

POUGHKEEPSIE – Funding for youth programs in the City of Poughkeepsie has been increased by more than double last year’s level.The Youth Activities and...

Pair robs Rockland cabbie and gunpoint

NANUET – Clarkstown Police are looking for two men who held up a cabbie early Thursday morning, assaulted and robbed him.The 58-year-old taxi driver...

Thruway Authority forms Cuomo Bridge toll advisory panel

ALBANY – The State Thruway Authority has formed a Toll Advisory Panel to review toll rates, potential resident and commuter discount programs and commercial...

Spring Valley man sentenced in conspiracy to bring coke to Orange County

GOSHEN – A Spring Valley man was sentenced by Orange County Court Judge Craig Stephen Brown to eight years in prison and five years...

Driver of stolen car sentenced for assaulting cop after ramming police car

WHITE PLAINS – A Mount Vernon man was sentenced by Westchester County Court Judge David Zuckerman on charges stemming from a high-speed chase with...

Quick response keeps Poughkeepsie fire from spreading

POUGHKEEPSIE – City of Poughkeepsie firefighters made quick work of a fire in a two-family house at 21 Orchard Street late this morning.The structure...

Sullivan lawmakers hope tax breaks will lead to fixing some broken Broadway buildings

MONTICELLO – Lots of vacant storefronts and some fully vacant buildings dot Broadway, Monticello’s main business thoroughfare.County Industrial Development Agency Executive Director Jen Flad...

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