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Police identify teenage fatal car crash victim

The 13-year-old boy was a passenger in one of two vehicles that collided in Columbia County late Thursday night

 

Police converged on Center Street in the Town of Newburgh Friday
evening for a report of a person barricaded inside a house
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Wraps taken off Middletown Accelerating Proprietary Program at Touro College

Check fraud ring under investigation

State audit gives Ulster government good grades

Most of Sullivan now under emergency radio umbrella

Town of Newburgh man in custody after standoff

Amnesty announced on late parking penalties in Kingston

Orange lawmakers table raising smoking age issue over language technicality

Habitat management plan for Cranberry Mountain reviewed

Guilty plea in Orange county burglary case

Wallkill woman charged with animal cruelty

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Three arrested on drug charges following warrant search in Port Jervis

 

 

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