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Rolling V Bus Corp. buys Liberty site

LIBERTY - Rolling V Bus Corp., a South Fallsburg-based school bus transportation company, announced Friday it has purchased a new property at 1784 Route 52 in the Town of Liberty to renovate and create a transportation hub. Three entities of the Vallone family's transportation enterprise, led by Phi

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-17 23:05:23

Westbrookville Scout earns Medal of Merit

WESTBROOKVILLE - Braedon Halpin, 15, of Westbrookville, was recently awarded the Boy Scouts of America Medal of Merit. Braedon is a member of Troop 1068, whose scoutmaster is Dan Barbone. Braedon is the son of Scott and Kristin Halpin and he is working towards earning his Eagle Scout rank. The Meda

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-18 07:01:00

New sign at Bloomingburg Rural Cemetery sparks complaints

TOWN OF WALLKILL - The town's newest welcome sign, on the grounds of the Bloomingburg Rural Cemetery, displays the slogan: "Where Happy Babies are Born." But it has sparked complaints that the "Happy Babies" legend might be disrespectful to parents who have children buried in the cemetery. "We got t

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-17 22:39:30

Nevele mortgage holder retakes property, but attorney for sports complex developer says plan is still a go

WAWARSING, N.Y. >> The company that holds the mortgage on the former Nevele hotel has bought the property at auction at $3.5 million, but an attorney for developer Michael Treanor says the plan to turn the 564-acre site into a sports complex remains on track. The attorney, Jeff Kaplan, who also is m

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-12-18 05:00:00

Funding cuts threaten Ulster after-school teen tech program

ELLENVILLE - Sir Issac Newton might have frowned at the powerful forces arrayed against budding scientists in Ellenville on Wednesday. Oh, Newton's Law of Gravity and his First Law of Motion were clearly at work. Teens Megan Stone-Wordynski and Nick Moza taped one end of a narrow half-pipe-shaped pi

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-18 02:42:06

Early morning fire in Wurtsboro

WURTSBORO - A two-alarm fire in Wurtsboro Saturday morning brought out several Sullivan County fire departments. The blaze at 48 Elm Street was reported as a working structure fire when called in at 6:24 a.m. Area departments were asked to respond with tanker trucks to provide water. A fire inspecto

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK

Dec. 15: Girls track and field roundup

OCIAA meet (at West Point) Key: James I. O'Neill (JIO); John S. Burke Catholic (JSB); Monroe-Woodbury (MW); New Paltz (NP); Pine Bush (PB); Pine Plains (PP); Spackenkill (Spac); Wallkill (Wall); Warwick (War); Washingtonville (Wash) 55-meters: Hannah Scott (PB) 7.3; Sam Rodriguez (Wall) 7.6; Aneesa

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-17 07:00:00

Mount Alverno residents contribute to Operation Toy Train

WARWICK - Santa can always use a few extra elves, and the residents at Mount Alverno Center, an adult home and assisted living program in Warwick, are ready and willing. Mount Alverno residents Dorothy Wilson and Helen Mc Keon were among the many people who greeted the Middletown and New Jersey Rail

TIMES HERALD-RECORD

Princess Charlotte to attend nursery school in January

Kensington Palace said Monday that Charlotte will attend the Willcocks Nursery School in London in January. The daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate turns 3 in May. She is fourth in line to the British throne, after grandfather Prince Charles, father William and older brother Prince George.

FOX30JAX.COM - 2017-12-18 11:44:15

In the Law . . . Amber Donley, president of the D.W. Perkins Bar Association

Amber Donley is president of the D.W. Perkins Bar Association, the voluntary Bar association named in honor of Daniel Webster Perkins, one of the first African-American lawyers who practiced in Duval County. The organization is hosting, in partnership with other local voluntary Bar associations, a "

JACKSONVILLE DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 11:30:00

CSX veteran: Board must 'do their job' in aftermath of CEO Hunter Harrison's death

A former CSX Corp. executive, who spent more than a quarter century with the company and witnessed CEO E. Hunter Harrison's successes, says it's the corporate board's responsibility - and challenge - to make sure the railroad company operates on the right track. Harrison, 73, died Saturday, nine mon

JACKSONVILLE DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 13:12:46

James Foote's contract didn't anticipate him becoming CSX Corp. CEO

James Foote's contract to become chief operating officer of CSX Corp. did not anticipate him becoming chief executive officer of the Jacksonville-based railroad company. "You will be employed as COO, reporting to me or my successor," said the four-year contract signed by then-CEO Hunter Harrison on

JACKSONVILLE DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 19:04:51

The Marbut Report: JBA Senior Holiday Project sets record

The Jacksonville Bar Association's Senior Holiday Project set a record this year when gifts were provided to more than 400 residents. Working with the nonprofit Aging True, the association collected wish lists from seniors. Members purchased and wrapped the gifts that were delivered last week by att

JACKSONVILLE DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 11:50:00

Kanine Social Startup Aims To Bring Together Friends, Dogs, Coffee And Beer

Two local entrepreneurs are looking to turn that concept into a reality with Kanine Social, a project that's under development at 580 College Street in Jacksonville's Brooklyn neighborhood. "We are creating Jacksonville's first private indoor/outdoor dog park craft beer and coffee bar as well as wel

WJCT.ORG - 2017-12-18 19:39:03

Stockholm truck attack trial expected to start in February

Prosecutor Hans Ihrman told Swedish broadcaster TV4 Monday that Rakhmat Akilov is the only suspect, and the trial is likely to take "a couple of months." Akilov was subject to deportation from Sweden ahead of the April 7 attack as his asylum application was rejected. He was captured soon after he dr

FOX30JAX.COM - 2017-12-18 15:43:24

Due to power outage, FAA orders ground stop for flights headed to Atlanta airport

The FAA has ordered a ground stop on all flights headed to Hartsfield-Jackson International airport Sunday afternoon due to a power outage. Atlanta fire rescue officials say flights, security checkpoints and plane taxiing delays are affecting thousands due to the outage. Airport officials and Georgi

FOX30JAX.COM - 2017-12-17 20:47:15

1 dead in 3-car crash on I-95 near University Blvd.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A person was killed early Saturday in a three-car crash on Interstate 95 at University Boulevard, the Florida Highway Patrol said. Troy Murphy, 52, of Kingsland, Georgia, was driving behind an unidentified person in a Toyota Camry at about 12:34 a.m. in the right lane. Murphy r

NEWS4JAX.COM

Daughter charged with 2 counts of attempted murder of mother, friend

Police took a woman into custody after her mother was shot Friday afternoon in a Jacksonville neighborhood near Interstate 295 and Atlantic Boulevard. Officers responded to the 11100 block of Lord Taylor Drive about 1 p.m. after someone reported an aggravated battery, police said. They found a woman

FIRST COAST NEWS

Kremlin says Putin thanked Trump for CIA tip on bombings

The Kremlin said Putin told Trump during the call on Sunday that the information provided by the CIA was sufficient to track down and detain a group of suspects that was planning to bomb the Kazan Cathedral and other sites in the city. The Kremlin says the Russian leader asked Trump to convey his gr

FOX30JAX.COM - 2017-12-17 16:45:09

Jacksonville Police investigating suspicious package on Westside

Jacksonville, Fl. - The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating a suspicious package was found inside the men's bathroom of a Normandy Boulevard Walgreens. JSO has called out the bomb squad and has shut down Memorial Park Road. Pre-evacuations have already taken place. Jacksonville Police

WOKV.COM - 2017-12-17 01:37:00