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Death for the Boston Bomber? Doubtful

BY DIANE DIMOND If I were a betting woman, I’d plunk down $10 right now and bet that suspected Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, will die in prison and not…

A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN WINS RIGHT TO PROCEED WITH TAX FRAUD LAWSUIT AGAINST SPRINT FOR APROXIMATELY $400 MILLION

A.G. says Sprint has evaded seven years of sales tax A.G.’s PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK — Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced a major victory in his first-of-its-kind lawsuit…

Pizza Man Gary Moses Receives Cutting Edge Treatment for Elbow Repair

BY CHERYL SLAVIN For over 30 years pizza maker Gary Moses of Napoli’s Pizza in New City has thrown the dough. Hundreds of pies a week have added up to…

Hospitals seek more collaboration as Obamacare continues to roll out

“No person turned away” breaking hospitals’ banks BY KATHY KAHN How are hospitals faring under the Affordable Care Act? Steven Kroll, vice president for governmental affairs for the Hospital Association…

PENGUIN PLUNGE BENEFITS 2 LOCAL FAMILIES

Portions of the proceeds from the seventh annual Penguin Plunge benefit fundraiser in Nyack this year will go to two local youngsters who have suffered from severe health problems. Those…

Emergency pothole repairs undertaken on Rockland side of Tappan Zee Bridge

By Michael Riconda NYACK – Severe ice damage to I-87/287 just north of the Tappan Zee Bridge forced Thruway officials to undertake emergency pothole repairs on Wednesday. The New York…

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