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Tyner resigns from Dutchess Legislature
The Democrat lawmaker abruptly ends his poltical career with a 1:22 a.m. email to the chairman
 
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Empire Resorts is pulling the plug on electronic gaming at Monticello
Raceway, to focus on improving performance in the almost
year-old Resorts World Catskills casino.




Empire Resorts to shut down Monticello Raceway racino

Fire damages car wash

Food Bank reaching out to furloughed federal employees

Dealing with sexual assault: Two Dutchess legislators call for compassion and empathy

Poughkeepsie council members urge state investigation of city IDA

Supreme Court allows presidents’ ban on transgender troops; Maloney disappointed

Owners of Goshen Plaza to build new center

Monticello becomes a “My Brother’s Keeper” community

Uptown Kingstonian hotel and garage project reaches planning board

Westchester Legislator Perez will not seek re-election

Dutchess Sheriff’s Office receives hi-tech tool from local businessman

Armed robbery at Town of Newburgh gas station

Somers man accused of posing as defense attorney

Woman escapes after car bursts into flames

Structure fire reported in Sullivan County

 

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