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REPORT: Du Pont Heir Gets No Jail for Child Rape

DAILY NEWS A du Pont family heir who pleaded guilty nearly six years ago to raping his 3-year-old daughter was never put behind bars because a Delaware judge ruled he…

Governor Cuomo Announces New Strike Force to Crack Down on Illegal Cigarette and Tobacco Trafficking and Sales

PRESS RELEASE FROM NYS TAX DEPT Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a new Cigarette Strike Force to crack down on illegal tobacco trafficking and sales. The multi-agency Strike Force…

Meghan Casey, Blauvelt, New York Resident Spends Spring Break Volunteering in Mexico

PRESS RELEASE Meghan Casey, a resident of Blauvelt, New York and a member of the class of 2015 at Providence College, recently spent a week working in the Mexico, as…

Regulate Us!: An Energy Producer’s Case for Fracking Rules

BY CHRIS FAULKNER California recently established the most stringent energy-extraction restrictions in the nation. As the CEO of a natural gas firm, you probably think I vigorously opposed these rules.…

S.O.S. – Selling Out Seniors

Clarkstown drained its reserves keeping afloat budgets rippled with a river of structural deficits. It must now sell a Town asset for cash or lose its Triple A bond rating.…

Rockland County Office of Fire and Emergency Services Warns of Heavy Rain

Advisory: Potential for Heavy Rain this weekend The Rockland County Office of Fire and Emergency warns that weather forecasts see an increasing chance of a 2 to 4 inch rainfall starting…

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