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New War Memorial dedicated outside Ulster County Office Building

KINGSTON – Five black pillars bear the names of over 1,300 Ulster residents who died in all wars dating back to the Revolution

 


Ulster County's new Veterans' Memorial in front of the county building in 
Kingston was dedicated in Sunday

   

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Dutchess lights up Walkway in memory of those lost in War

Orange County Veterans’ Cemetery expanding

MIA/POW flag to fly permanently over Newburgh buildings

Kingston Post Office to be named after war hero

Blaze destroys Hopewell hardware store

Putnam County phone outage impacts 911 service

Westchester Board of Legislators chairman to name successor to Harckham

Orange County DA’s Office honored by Department of Labor

Dutchess officials honor EMS first responders

Dutchess GOP taps judicial candidates

New programs approved for Touro College

Additional arrests made at Mysteryland Festival

Kingston man charged with stealing cigarettes

 

 

 
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