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Walkway Marathon Earns Environmental Certification, Becomes First “Green” Race Ever in New York Dutchess County Legislature honors Walkway Marathon Green Team

    Walkway Marathon Earns Environmental Certification, Becomes First “Green” Race Ever in New York Dutchess County Legislature honors Walkway Marathon Green Team   Poughkeepsie… Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro and the Dutchess County Legislature congratulate members of the inaugural…

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The Sherman Playhouse Holds Second Casting Call for The Rocky Horror Show July 20 & 21

The Sherman Playhouse Holds Second Casting Call for The Rocky Horror Show  July 20 & 21  SHERMAN, CONN (July 16, 2015) – The Sherman Playhouse is holding a second casting call for large cast of men and women (ages 20 to…

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Shannon Fletcher of Pine Plains named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2015 semester at SUNY Cobleskill

      Shannon Fletcher was recently named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2015 semester at SUNY Cobleskill with a GPA of 3.59. She is currently a senior majoring in Agricultural Business with a concentration in Agricultural Education….

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Annie Get Your Gun” July 24 – August 8

There’s No Business Like Show Business! Musicals at Richter’s 31st Season under the Stars Continues with “Annie Get Your Gun” July 24 – August 8 Local residents involved with the production include Deanna Lee Torrisi of Patterson and Jack Canevari…

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Joshua Bogert, Brenda Calderon, Emily King, Kevin Murnan, Samuel Price Named to RIT Dean’s List

  News from Rochester Institute of Technology Local Residents Named to RIT Dean’s List ROCHESTER, NY (07/15/2015)(readMedia)– The following local residents made the Dean’s List at Rochester Institute of Technology for spring semester 2014-2015. Degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for…

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Dutchess Tourism Inc., Presents Awards of Distinction at 1st Anniversary Celebration

Dutchess Tourism Inc., Presents Awards of Distinction at 1st Anniversary Celebration Dutchess Tourism, Inc. (DTI) celebrated its first year as its own entity and 31 years of facilitating tourism industry growth in Dutchess at an awards reception held at the…

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Marist Student Journalism Group is ‘Chapter of the Year’

Marist Student Journalism Group is ‘Chapter of the Year’ SPJ cites dynamic speakers and events programming   POUGHKEEPSIE (July 15, 2015) – In only its second full year since reactivating its charter, the Marist College chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists was named the Campus…

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Edward Napierkowski of Patterson Graduates with the Roger Williams University Class of 2015

      News from Roger Williams University Edward Napierkowski Graduates with the Roger Williams University Class of 2015 BRISTOL, RI (07/15/2015)(readMedia)– Edward Napierkowski graduates with the Roger Williams University Class of 2015. Edward Napierkowski, a resident of Patterson, NY,…

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News from SUNY Oneonta – Local Students Awarded Scholarships

News from SUNY Oneonta Local Students Awarded Scholarships ONEONTA, NY (07/15/2015)(readMedia)– SUNY Oneonta has awarded scholarships to 270 freshman and five transfer students who will begin their studies at SUNY Oneonta in the fall 2015 semester. Since 2000, the college and…

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Dover woman arrested for felony driving while intoxicated

Dover woman arrested for felony driving while intoxicated NEW YORK STATE POLICE  Major Robin H. Benziger Troop K Commander  PRESS RELEASE Dover, New York – On July 13, 2015, New York State Police from the Dover barracks arrested Dawn C. Brooks, 44…

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Kevin Murnan and Joshua Bogert of Pawling graduate from Rochester Institute of Technology

      News from Rochester Institute of Technology Local residents graduate from RIT ROCHESTER, NY (07/15/2015)(readMedia)– The following students graduated from RIT in the spring 2014-2015 semester: Kevin Murnan of Holmes (12531) received a Bachelor of Science degree in…

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Beekman 15U All Stars Advance To Championship Game

Beekman 15U started their run in the NYS Tournament on Friday, July 10, in Pool “B” as the home team against Niskayuna. Kyle Diaz was the starting pitcher and threw 6 masterful innings of 2 hit ball, allowing only one…

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New York State Police Warrant Wednesday 7.15.15

WILLIAM E. LESTER Wanted by the New York State Police Troop K, SP DOVER Wanted for criminal possession of a controlled substance 4th degree, reckless endangerment 1st degree, criminal mischief 2nd degree WILLIAM E. LESTER is wanted by the New…

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The Village of Brewster Film Festival (VOBFF) will expand to four days of programming this Labor Day weekend

The Village of Brewster Film Festival (VOBFF) will expand to four days of programming this Labor Day weekend, and will include a new venue in Cold Spring. The event, which started as a one evening festival of short films in…

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