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Armed sexual assault suspect flees in Newburgh
Incident happened late Monday night on Johnes Street; police lost track of the suspect after a brief chase by vehicle and on foot

Michelle Hinchey, daughter of the late Congressman Maurice Hinchey, 
holds the plaque naming the Saugerties Post Office in her
father's memory.

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Ulster Police still investigating 2008 murder of an Ulster County man

Indian Point scheduled for shutdown, but NRC approves new licenses

Two Poughkeepsie council members voted off the city Industrial Development Agency

Saugerties Post Office named for Maurice Hinchey

Record-breaking summer for Putnam County’s EMS

Yonkers cops named state Officers of the Year

Swastika condemned by Westchester Human Rights Commission

Chester supervisor says he made no anti-Semitic comments

Dutchess County man pleads guilty to Westchester manslaughter in road rage incident

Peekskill narcotics trafficker sentenced to over 11 years in prison

Bronx man sentenced for weapons possession during traffic stop

Newburgh’s Shot Spotter pinpoints suspect

Beacon Police investigate gunshots

Over $13 million in bridge rehab projects funded by state DOT


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