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$3.5M in safety and health training grants now available from U.S. Dept. of Labor; Applications due June 2, 2015

$3.5M in safety and health training grants now available from U.S. Dept. of Labor; Applications due June 2, 2015 The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is accepting 2015 applications for targeted-topic training grants and capacity-building…

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ROLISON, DUTCHESS LEGISLATURE CALL FOR COMMON CORE OPT-OUT

ROLISON, DUTCHESS LEGISLATURE CALL FOR COMMON CORE OPT-OUT Lawmakers pass unanimous bill supporting state’s Common Core Parental Refusal Act Dutchess County Legislature Chairman Rob Rolison announced today that the legislature passed a unanimous measure at its April 13 meeting supporting…

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New York State Police Warrant Wednesday, 4.15.15

CHRISTOPHER J. HEMMER Wanted by the New York State Police Troop C, SP SIDNEY Wanted for criminal possession of a weapon 3rd degree, criminal possession of a weapon on school grounds CHRISTOPHER J. HEMMER is wanted by the New York…

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Powassan Virus: Rare And Deadly Tick Disease Hits The United States

Powassan virus is a potentially fatal illness, which is spread by ticks and has no known treatments. The Powassan tick-borne virus was first found in the Bridgeport and Brandford areas of Connecticut. The infection is spread in much the same…

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State sheds 57 anti-business fees, heeding Murphy’s calls for less red tape

YORKTOWN, NY – Earlier today State Senator Terrence P. Murphy joined Governor Cuomo in announcing the repeal of 57 so-called “nuisance fees” as part of the 2015-16 State Budget. By eliminating these fees, the State has taken an important step…

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State Police investigate death of inmate at Sullivan Correctional Facility

State Police investigate death of inmate at Sullivan Correctional Facility NEW YORK STATE POLICE Major Patrick Regan Troop F Commander PRESS RELEASE The New York State Police are investigating the death of an inmate at Sullivan Correctional Facility. State Police…

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DEC Seeks Volunteers and Local Coordinators to Conduct Stream and River Monitoring

DEC Seeks Volunteers and Local Coordinators to Conduct Stream and River Monitoring Wave Program Provides Hands-on Experience for Citizen Monitors to Identify Whether Streams are Healthy Regional Volunteer Training to Be Held in May and June New Yorkers will have…

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Patterson Man killed in Car Accident

KENT NY – A Patterson man was killed and his father seriously injured when the car in which they were traveling in rolled over and crashed into a tree stump Monday night on Towners Road. John Sprague, 44, of Patterson,…

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Ballston Spa man arrested for DWI following traffic stop

Ballston Spa man arrested for DWI following traffic stop NEW YORK STATE POLICE Major Robin H. Benziger Troop K Commander PRESS RELEASE Fishkill, New York – On April 11, 2015, New York State Police from the Wappinger Barracks arrested Daniel…

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Tax Department Stops 252,000 Bogus Refund Claims, Saving Taxpayers $450 million

New York State today announced that the Department of Taxation and Finance had stopped 252,000 bogus refund claims in 2014, saving taxpayers $450 million. Already this year, the Department has stopped $331 million in fraudulent and erroneous refund claims—a trend…

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Obituary, Clare Gallion Berk Hintenach

Salisbury- Clare Gallion Berk Hintenach of Sharon passed away early morning on April 11th at Noble Horizons in Salisbury. She was born in Sharon Hospital on May 27, 1927. Mrs. Hintenach is survived by her devoted husband of 45 years,…

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Hudson Valley Sings!

Hudson Valley Sings! Video submissions being accepted now through April 20, 2015! Poughkeepsie, N.Y. April 8, 2015- This April, Dutchess Outreach is introducing a brand new competition, Hudson Valley Sings! This karaoke style talent show is asking you, the community…

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Town of Kent Man Faces Felony Drug Possession Charge

Town of Kent Man Faces Felony Drug Possession Charge Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the arrest of a Town of Kent man on drug possession charges. On April 11, 2015, while assigned to a DWI checkpoint detail on…

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