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Metro-North Railroad Announces Service Plan for the Upper Harlem Line

The New York Metro Transit Authority has suspended service on the Metro-North Harlem Line on Wednesday, Feb. 4, between Pleasantville and North White Plains until further notice following the fatal train/car collision near Valhalla, N.Y. Off Peak & PM Peak…

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Obituary, Stephen E. Williams

Stephen E. Williams, 70, a resident of Stormville since 1980, died on Sunday, February 1, 2015 at Putnam Hospital Center. Born in Kendall Mills on July 26, 1944, he was the son of Thomas Randall Williams and Helen Irene Kruckenberg….

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Amanda Havens of Millbrook Among The University of Scranton’s Fall 2014 Dean’s List

News from University of Scranton SCRANTON, PA (02/03/2015)(readMedia)– Amanda Havens of Millbrook was among more than 1,425 students named to The University of Scranton Dean’s List, which recognizes students for academic excellence during the 2014 fall semester. A student must…

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Obituary, Theresa R. Mallen

. Theresa R. Mallen, 81, native of Poughquag, NY, was called home peacefully on February 3, 2015 at Sharon Health Care Center, Sharon, CT. Theresa was born in Pawling, NY on April 17, 1933 to the late Raymond and Helen…

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LaGrange man drove 90 miles per hour, in a 55 mile per hour zone charged with resisting arrested and driving while ability impaired by alcohol

NEW YORK STATE POLICE Major Robin H. Benziger Troop K Commander PRESS RELEASE LaGrange, New York – On February 1, 2015, New York State Police from the Stormville barracks arrested Mario J. Cacace, 38 years old, of LaGrange, New York,…

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Obituary, Robert Boyles, Sr.

Wassaic – , 77, a longtime resident of Wassaic, NY died on Monday, February 2, 2015 at his home in Wassaic, NY. Mr. Boyles was a machine operator at Tri-Wall Container for 36 years retiring in 1992. Born on February…

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Beautiful day on Mill Street in Dover. Second Baptist Church.

Beautiful day on Mill Street in Dover. Second Baptist Church. By Gabriella Portillo

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Local students make the Fall 2014 Dean’s List at Coastal Carolina University

News from Coastal Carolina University Coastal Carolina University announces Dean’s List for Fall 2014 CONWAY 28528, SC (02/03/2015)(readMedia)– Approximately 2,125 students have made the Fall 2014 Dean’s List for academic achievement at Coastal Carolina University. They include: Robert Blenkle, a…

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LEGAL NOTICE OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR TOWN HALL PAWLING, NY – FILING FOR ALL EXEMPTIONS

LEGAL NOTICE OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR TOWN HALL PAWLING, NY FILING FOR ALL EXEMPTIONS SENIOR CITIZEN & LIMITED INCOMES, SCHOOL TAX RELIEF (STAR), VETERANS – INCLUDING COLD WAR, NOT FOR PROFIT/ WHOLLY EXEMPT, AGRICULTURAL, CLERGY AND FORESTRY The Town of…

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Watch Will Gadd’s historic ascent of the mighty and majestic Niagara Falls

Professional climber and one of National Geographic’s Adventurers of the Year, Will Gadd, took ice climbing to new heights by being the first person ever to ascend the frozen sections of the world’s largest flowing waterfall, Niagara Falls. Take an…

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Dutchess County Executive Molinaro Elected 2nd Vice President of Executives Association

The New York State County Executives Association elected Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro as 2nd Vice President of their statewide group. The county executives convened for their annual business meeting in Albany prior to the annual State of the State…

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Local students earn undergraduate degrees at The State University of New York at New Paltz

News from SUNY New Paltz SUNY New Paltz Confers Fall 2014 Undergraduate Degrees NEW PALTZ, NY (02/03/2015)(readMedia)– The State University of New York at New Paltz conferred over 400 undergraduate degrees following the conclusion of the Fall 2014 semester. Undergraduate…

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