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Woman found dead in apartment following standoff

MIDDLETOWN – Discovery of the body came when a man, barricaded in a Cottage Street apartment, surrendered after four hours

 
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A man kept police at bay for four hours Tuesday evening after they 
were called to an apartment at 54 Cottage Street in Middletown.
When the man was taken into custody, a deceased female was
found inside. (photo: Mark Lieb, Rockland Video Productions)



Two dead after vehicle plunges into water at New Rochelle

Marijuana opposition group urges Orange County lawmakers to reject legalization

Recreational marijuana legislation debated in Putnam County

Emotional debate over reproductive rights at Putnam legislature meeting

Rockland County lawmakers ban single-use plastic bags

Ulster legislative leaders set priorities

Tourism: “Falling in love with Dutchess County

Poughkeepsie saves over $1 million in refinanced bonds

Health outcomes: Rockland tops, Sullivan still near the bottom, according to new report

Rockland BOCES student stabs classmate

Man indicted on attempted murder for Peekskill Christmas stabbing

Woman charged with stealing New Windsor cop car

Nebraska man arrested as fugitive from justice

Town hall heats up, but not over politics

 

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