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  1. Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Not since the weeks following the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, have Americans been as afraid of terrorism, as right now. A New York Times/CBS News poll shows the fear of a potential terror attack is making the messages of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that much more appealing to some Americans. CBS teamed up with the Times and conducted a poll of Americans, showing that ...

  2. Senate Leader Skelos Found Guilty In Case Involving Area Law Firm

    Senate Leader Skelos Found Guilty In Case Involving Area Law Firm

    This story has been updated.After only two days of deliberation, a Manhattan Federal Court found New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son Adam guilty of corruption charges, according to reports.Skelos was found guilty of illegally approving a contract for a Scarsdale firm for which his son had been employed.Skelos and his son were found guilty of using the senator’s power ...

  3. Long Standing Mahopac Minister, Kenneth Mast, Retires

    Long Standing Mahopac Minister, Kenneth Mast, Retires

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. - After 27 years as pastor at Mahopac First Presbyterian Church, Kenneth Mast is retiring. The beloved minister, served the church since 1998 as pastor and since that time has also served as the Protestant Chaplain for the Mahopac Falls Volunteer Fire Department, organizer of the CROP Hunger Walk, and a Board Member of the Putnam Habitat for Humanity.For a full profile of ...

  4. Indian Point 3 License To Continue Operating Without Recertification

    Indian Point 3 License To Continue Operating Without Recertification

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. - Even if the license for one of Indian Point's reactors is not re-certified by Sunday, Entergey, owners of the nuclear power plant, said it will continue to operate the plant, reported Time Warner Cable News. According to Time Warner Cable News, Entergy said it applied for a renewal license more than five years ago. During that time period, it has had a high safety ...

  5. Protesters Line Street Against Pipeline

    Protesters Line Street Against Pipeline

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. - Groups of protesters lined the streets outside the Westchester Marriott Hotel in Tarrytown earlier this week, while the Chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission was in a meeting at the hotel.According to a report from News 12, environmental protesters want the commission to rethink a new natural gas pipeline that had been approved by federal regulators in ...

  6. State Police Provide Motorists With Winter Driving Tips

    State Police Provide Motorists With Winter Driving Tips

    With winter weather on its way, Major Charles Guess of the New York State Police, is asking motorists to remember to keep safe on the roads. "Winter hazards can be the most dangerous of all driving situations we face. More people are involved in crashes during the winter months than any other time of the year," Guess said in a release. Winter driving hazards include snow, ice, ...

  7. Cuomo Says There Is 'No Appetite' For Full-Time Legislature

    Cuomo Says There Is 'No Appetite' For Full-Time Legislature

    ALBANY, N.Y. — Following the conviction of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says that he won't focus on creating a full-time legislature but instead push for more transparency and disclosure, according to a report in Capital New York. Cuomo said there is "no appetite" among lawmakers for becoming a full-time legislature, meaning that being state ...

  8. Woman Charged With Endangering Welfare Of Disabled 20-Year-Old In Red Hook

    Woman Charged With Endangering Welfare Of Disabled 20-Year-Old In Red Hook

    RED HOOK, N.Y. - A 20-year-old mentally handicapped person is safe after a recent altercation ended in charges filed against the victim's caregiver, police said,New York State Police in Rhinebeck charged Monique Jenkins, 41 of Poughkeepsie Friday with endangering the mentally handicapped person who was in her care. Jenkins was reportedly caring for the alleged victim when an argument ...

  9. Putnam Sheriff Charges Two With Driving While Intoxicated

    Putnam Sheriff Charges Two With Driving While Intoxicated

    PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. -- Over the last week, the Putnam County Sheriff's Department has charged two drivers with driving while intoxicated.  A deputy sheriff responded to a report of a dispute on Marsh Hill Road in Putnam Valley on Nov. 28, shortly after 12:30 a.m.According to the report, the suspect had driven away from the scene in an "intoxicated condition." After locating ...

  10. Dutchess County Sheriff Investigates Death Of Pedestrian

    Dutchess County Sheriff Investigates Death Of Pedestrian

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - A 48-year-old local man was struck and killed Saturday night on Spackenkill Road in the Town of Poughkeepsie, the Dutchess County Sherrifs office reports. The police are currently investigating the fatal accident involving a pedestrian identified as Randall Housey and a car being driven by Wappinger resident, 76-year-old Valentine Condon. Police report that Housey ...

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