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Approximately one hour before Wyalusing High School senior Zamien Benditt-Parkes was reported missing, a 17-year-old girl had received messages from him on Facebook, which asked her to summon an ambulance for him, according to the girl's mother. Sher (read more)
TROY - Troy Borough Council on Thursday approved the county's tourism promotion resolution, accepted the resignation of a part-time police officer, a OK'd a low bid for the Redington Avenue Bridge Project. On the tourism promotion resolution, a motion wa (read more)

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Analysts often have pointed to the "culture" of the state Legislature in explaining the long and inglorious history of corruption residing there. Well, true enough. But that "culture" is not some natural phenomenon. It is entirely man-made, created and (read more)

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