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In 2012, with great fanfare, the village of Kiryas Joel opened a park on 283 unincorporated acres just outside their borders: slides, swings, benches, and, because Kiryas Joel's 22,000 residents are all members of the Satmar Hasidic movement, separate playing areas for boys and girls.
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The Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Peter Abt as commercial loan officer for the Westchester County region.
Orange County will hold two meetings to get public input on plans to extend the Heritage Trail from Goshen to Howells.
A grand jury has voted to indict a Walden man in the Nov. 29 slaying of Jean Philippe Lominy, 33, of Bridgeport, Conn.
Law-enforcement officers assigned to Counter-Terrorism Zone 4 will make their presence known in high-profile areas in Orange, Rockland and Sullivan counties Wednesday.
A Dutchess County man pleaded guilty Tuesday in Orange County Court to taking video of women and girls as they used the restroom in the pit area at the Orange County Fair Speedway.
A Dingmans Ferry woman was arrested after a year-long investigation by the Orange County, N.Y., Sheriff's Office, the U.S. Postal Inspector and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Sex-trafficking suspect Alexander Adams was back Monday in Orange County Court, and he voiced complaints about his court-appointed lawyer to the judge.
A panel of Orange County lawmakers on Monday endorsed a $67 million plan to overhaul the county Government Center, opting for a design that preserves most of the frame of two of its three structures while tearing down a third, building new space and totally redoing the interior.
A stunning array of carrots at S & S O Produce Farms from Orange County, N.Y., one of the first farmers to set up at the greenmarket in 1976.
Town police have arrested a suspect in a stabbing that reportedly happened at 12:42 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Cardinal Drive and Woodcock Mountain Road.
After three years of debate over whether to replace or renovate the Government Center, and then over how much of it to renovate, the discussion over the fate of architect Paul Rudolph's landmark creation has come down to a relatively fine-grained analysis of two renovation options that lawmakers hope to conclude less than three weeks after the ... (more)
A Port Jervis man who authorities say tried to discard illicitly possessed Suboxone has been charged with evidence tampering.
On Dec. 17, Middletown's Common Council will have to revote on anything passed on Dec. 2, because of concerns that the meeting was scheduled illegally.