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ARRC scores victory for solar energy as PSC kills job-killing regs

ALBANY, NY – The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) today issued a stay on new regulations it approved back in December which had lawmakers and clean energy advocates up in arms over new requirements which denied net metering…

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NYS Ban on Invasive Species Goes into Effect on March 10, 2015

Many homeowners will breathe a sigh of relief on March 10, when new regulations go into effect banning the sale, purchase and transportation of a long list of invasive species that have plagued our properties — and our ecosystem —…

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Putnam Valley Man Charged With Traffic Misdemeanor

Putnam Valley Man Charged With Traffic Misdemeanor Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the arrest of a Putnam Valley man on a misdemeanor charge of unlicensed operation. On February 25, 2015 at 1:03 p.m., Deputy Sheriff Alexander Ruhe responded…

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The Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz announces spring 2015 public programs

The Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz announces spring 2015 public programs NEW PALTZ – he Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz announces its spring public programs, which relate to the Museum’s current exhibitions Videofreex: The Art…

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Dover Schools Alert – DEEP Mission

Dover Schools – DEEP Mission To provide education enrichment fund that will be a permanent resource to support programs that enhance the skills and experience of students in the Dover Union Free School District. Established by the Berkshire Taconic Community…

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Governor Cuomo Announces $8 Million to Combat Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse Among Young Adults Statewide

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State has been awarded $8.1 million in federal funds to help prevent heroin use, prescription drug abuse, and opioid overdose among adolescents and young adults across the State, while also increasing…

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WASSAIC FIRE COMPANY LADIES AUXILIARY BREAKFAST

WASSAIC FIRE COMPANY LADIES AUXILIARY BREAKFAST Sunday, March 8, 2015 8am to 11am $7.00 Adults $6.00 Senior Citizens $4.00 for Children under 12 Benefit of the Wassaic Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary

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DCC Events to Celebrate Women’s History Month

February 27, 2015 – The Dutchess Community College annual celebration of Women’s History will feature a reading of works by female authors and a discussion on women’s health. “Reading Women” will be held March 5 at 12:30 p.m. in room…

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Snow protects infected ticks

From Times Union Brian Nearing This frigid, snowy winter may be keeping many people indoors, but is likely doing little to kill slumbering hordes of ticks that can carry Lyme disease. And infected ticks that survive winter to emerge each…

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Ashley Loeven of Pawling, Andrea Sterbenz of Poughquag named to the dean’s list at Le Moyne College

News from Le Moyne College Fall 2014 Le Moyne College Dean’s List SYRACUSE, NY (02/26/2015)(readMedia)– The following area students have been named to the dean’s list at Le Moyne College for the 2014 fall semester: Ashley Loeven of Pawling (12564),…

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New requirements will ensure reliable, clean and low-cost power to consumers

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced new reforms to the energy and utility industry, requiring the integration of energy efficiency, solar, wind, and other clean energy technologies onto the grid in order to reduce energy bills and give customers more…

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Murphy authors and passes first bill, victim safety zones

ALBANY, NY – While discussion of so-called “child safety zone” legislation has recently shot to the forefront after a state appellate court decision striking down municipal laws to enact residency requirements for sex offenders, those who have been involved in…

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Troop K recognizes several members on their upcoming promotions

NEW YORK STATE POLICE Major Robin H. Benziger Troop K Commander PRESS RELEASE Pleasant Valley, New York – Since 1917, the New York State Police has had a history of producing superior law enforcement professionals that distinguish themselves as leaders….

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Poughquag Students Named to The College of Saint Rose Dean’s List for Fall 2014

News from The College of Saint Rose Area Students Named to The College of Saint Rose Dean’s List for Fall 2014 ALBANY, NY (02/25/2015)(readMedia)– The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, today announced that 814 students have been…

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Joseph Frank, Lauren Schultz of Amenia Named to The College of Saint Rose Dean’s List for Fall 2014

News from The College of Saint Rose Area Students Named to The College of Saint Rose Dean’s List for Fall 2014 ALBANY, NY (02/25/2015)(readMedia)– The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, today announced that 814 students have been…

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