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The country belongs to the people, says Trump at inauguration

WASHINGTON - Several elected Hudson Valley officials were among those watching the 45th president take the oath

 


Women's marches were held across the Hudson Valley on
Saturday to coincide with the Washington march. Robert and
Marilou Deitrich of Middletown participated in the Walkway of
the Hudson March in Poughkeepsie and then drove to Port
Jervis, where they were among 500 people attending
that march.


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Dutchess sheriff, Orange DA, among locals in Washington; all enthused about new president

Astorino vetoes gun show ban legislation

Federal lawmakers urge Defense Department to immediate stop Newburgh water contamination

Environmental Facilities Corp. continues to fund water upgrades

Dutchess to renovate county airport terminal

Saugerties cop struck by car

Kingston man convicted on several counts of aggravated family offense

Rock Hill man charged with discharging firearm during domestic dispute

Cortlandt woman arrested for passing fake hospital payroll check

Port Jervis man arrested for drug possession

Appeals court upholds drug conviction

Five arrested in Wallkill on prostitution-related charges



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