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Search resumes for father and son swept away in raging Neversink River

Another man swam out and rescued a 16-year-old boy.


EMS personnel from Orange, Sullivanand Pike counties searched the
Neversink River for a raft being swept away downstream by the
current. (Photo: Mark Lieb, Rockland Video Productions)

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Vets honored at annual Dutchess County picnic

Stewart guardsman killed in Afghanistan honored by NYPD

Smythe opens campaign headquarters

Former NFA boys’ basketball coach Dinnocenzio wants job back

Nimham Pow Wow attracts people from across America

Grahamsville Little World’s Fair marks 139th year

Saugerties woman arrests twice in two days

Visitor spending continues rise in Hudson Valley

Paolilli ends more than 33 year police career

New Rochelle police officer dies from effects of 9/11

Fire damages Dover building

Two-alarm fire damages KJ home

Thornwood man charged in rent scam

O&R’s new $26 million substation up and running in Deerpark

Former Wappingers Falls mayor dies

Moodna Viaduct improvements start this weekend

Major paving project to begin in Westchester

Two arrested on Kingston drug charges

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