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Regional Briefs – October 22, 2018

Man Charged After 27 Cows Found Dead on Dairy Farm EDMESTON, N.Y. – A farmer was arrested Sunday after 27 dead cows were found on his dairy farm, The Associated…

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Christie Ribs Murphy on Taxes, Leave Beach Order

Chris Christie, New Jersey’s former governor known for blunt talk, opened up for the first time about his successor Phil Murphy, ribbing him about politely asking people to exit the…

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Regional Briefs – October 21, 2018

Gov. Candidate Wants to Sell Bridge-Naming Rights NEW YORK – The Libertarian candidate for governor is pitching a novel plan for paying to maintain or repair bridges and subway lines:…

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NYPD ‘Right to Know’ Act Takes Effect

The “Right to Know” Act has taken effect in New York starting Friday, as police officers will be required to provide full identifying information to people they stop on the…

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Regional Briefs – October 18, 2018

Woman Arrested for Offering $50 to Vote in 2013 HOBOKEN, N.J. – A woman was arrested Wednesday for promising voters $50 for casting their mail-in ballots for a particular candidate…

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NY State Counting Its Black Bears

New York officials are conducting a black bear survey in an effort to set appropriate population levels for various parts of the state. Questionnaires are being sent to 11,000 randomly…

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Yeshivah Clause Comes Up in Orange County Senate Debate

A state constitutional amendment that clarified the standard for yeshivah secular education was one of several points of contention in this week’s debate between the two candidates vying to succeed…

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