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Dutchess economic development begins rebranding process

Economic Development Corporation will be absorbed into the county's Local Development Corporation

 

The City of Newburgh is getting a new state-of-the-art fireboat, thanks in
large part to a major investment by the Department of Homeland
Security. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, joined by city officials, announced the
funding at the Washington Street boat launch. Mayor Judy Kennedy holds
picture of the new boat. The old boat is in the background.

 

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Beacon Dems unsuccessful in knocking mayor off Independence, Conservative lines

Feds to fund new fire boat for Newburgh

Rape crisis services in Sullivan County recipient of state grant

Columbia County brothers arrested in connection with rash of commercial burglaries

Neuhaus, Day discuss issues at Dominican College forum

Dutchess offers initiatives to assist Poughkeepsie in fighting crime

Feds kick in for additional Poughkeepsie city firefighters

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Kingston man gets life for sexual abuse and strangulation

No offers on former Kings Inn property in Kingston

Acting Newburgh Police Chief Cameron may be exempt from residency requirement

Conviction Integrity Program announced by Orange DA

Officials of two Fishkills to discuss common issues

Montreign Casino go-ahead expected early this fall

Belleayre Mountain to use solar energy to power ski center

Newburgh’s mayor introduces Latino council candidate

Locals rally for Bernie Sanders grassroots effort

Woman arrested after bringing needle to Downstate prison

DOT plans bridge replacement on Route 52 in Jeffersonville

 
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