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Police investigate possible fatal shooting in Northern Westchester

Troopers remained on the scene Monday afternoon

Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen, USMA superintendent, center, joined a host
of other leaders in cutting the ribbon for the new Scott Barracks, named
in honor of Gen. Winfield Scott. The facility was built in 1936 and
underwent major renovations over the past year. (Photo: USMA)

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State audit gives City of New Rochelle clean bill of heath

Heat Watch posted for Tuesday; O&R advises wise electricity use

Appellate court orders resentencing in Orange County Court

Touro College welcomed by community

Animal cruelty could lead to abuse of people, animal advocate says

Monsey man charged with seriously beating his roommate

Monticello to dissolve deputy village manager’s post

Irish ambassador visits Kingston, supports Hooley and Irish Center

Sister and girlfriend of murder suspect charged with sneaking pot into jail

Poughkeepsie seeks buyer for day nursery building

Woman charged with leaving two kids in car while at DSS

Man accused of trying to run woman off the road

Trailer park dispute leads to gunfire, arrest

Man charged with stealing jewelry from residence

Stolen camping and fishing gear recovered with arrest of suspect

Town of Newburgh DWI checkpoint results in arrests 

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