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Union employees picket Inspire over contract talks

GOSHEN - Workers at the Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association have been without a contract for three years; management claims union is raising false issues

 
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Employees of Inspire, the Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association,
picketed its Goshen site today, over contract talks with the organization.


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Gertz sentenced to 15 to life for sexual abuse of step-daughter

Murder conviction upheld for killer of Port Jervis shoemaker

Sullivan supervisors seek alternative to sales tax sharing

Court allows CPV to continue operating

Fire destroys Circleville house

West Point addresses resident concerns

Jacobson urges health department to implement state water standards

Sullivan County names new assistant county manager, director of Office for the Aging

Newburgh seeks to fill vacancies on land use boards

Latimer announces over $8 million improvements for North County Trailway

Connecticut couple pleads guilty to mail theft in Westchester

Police continue to investigate human remains found in Greenville 28 years ago

 

 

 

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