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Dutchess County sailor among those killed in Syria bombing
Shannon Smith Kent of Pine Plains was one of three service members killed last Wednesday
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Chief Navy Cryptologic Technician Shannon Kent
of Pine Plains was one of three service members
killed this past week in a terrorist bomb
attack in Syria.

Winter storm predicted, area utilities ready

City’s top fire and building code scofflaw arrested

Town of Lloyd imposes moratorium on fossil fuel power plants

Conservative group opposes state conversion therapy legislation

Sullivan County continues record-breaking job growth

Legislation introduced to protect federal workers from losing homes, falling behind on bills during shutdown

Westchester legislature chairman creates working group to examine state election law changes

Moody’s upgrades Orange County’s bond rating

Nurses, caregivers ratify contract with MidHudson Regional Hospital

Hansut to retire as Lloyd supervisor

Sullivan County’s Human Rights Commission leader is leaving

Delgado’s first Floor speech honors memory of Maj. Brophy

Norwegian Air to close its crew base at Stewart

New York man killed in Route 17 accident

Let it snow, says Sullivan County’s public works crew

Fire destroys Slate Hill home

State Police investigating Greenville hit-and-run


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