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Philly commuter rail workers, SEPTA reach dealPhilly commuter rail workers, SEPTA reach deal Philadelphia commuter rail workers and the transit authority have reached a tentative deal, averting the...
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The events this week in the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI offered plenty of proof that Western New York still is very relevant in professional bowling circles. Brad Angelo of Lockport and Liz...
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Local News In front of a friendly crowd including a number of local Republican officials, Rob Astorino restated his call to repeal the Safe Act and Common Core while supporting natural gas drilling....
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NEW YORK CITY -- Many of you have been following the story of Easton Friedel of Weedsport since he was born two summers ago. Easton lives with a rare, painful genetic skin disease called Epidermolysis...
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Transit police say they've found a thief who has repeatedly stolen copper cable recently along the Long Island Rail Road right-of-way. One theft delayed trains. Metropolitan Transportation Authority...
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Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - The Baltimore Orioles announced Friday that the club has declined their portion of the mutual option on the contract of right fielder Nick Markakis. "Nick is a...
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For the latest events and activities happening in Greenwich, turn to For the Record. To have your event included, include a description, date and time and contact information. Photos welcome. Drop me...
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The first photo has emerged of the New York man who beheaded his mother before commiting suicide by running in front of a train. Derek Ward, 35, allegedly beheaded his mother, Patricia Ward, 66, with...
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AUBURN – If naysayers still think Kathy Hochul could never blend with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s tightly managed politics, they haven’t seen the feisty former congresswoman from Buffalo on the campaign...
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Jason from 'Friday the 13th' is harmless fun compared to the real evil of ISIS. Happy Halloween. I can’t wait for kids dressed as monsters to come trick-or-treating. I need a respite from the...
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That's a strike against one UPS driver. The Long Island-based delivery man "bowled" a $12,000 package out the door of a business and across the lawn to his truck parked curbside — to the dismay of...
2014/10/31 22:48
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A devastating forest pest has been detected on Long Island, endangering pine trees there. The DEC and U.S. Forest Service have confirmed infestations of southern pine beetle for the first time in New...
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Michelle Rhee, the former Washington, D.C. schools chancellor and the longtime public face of the education “reform” movement, makes no secret of the fact that her nonprofit organization...
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New York City’s real estate market includes some of the most high-profile properties in the world. It is also one of the most expensive in which to invest (and why so many residents are renters). If...
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More than 100 people rallied Thursday in support of a wind farm proposed off Long Island’s coast that was up for debate at a meeting of the Long Island Power Authority board. Calling it a “Let’s...
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HARLEM — As a kid growing up on Long Island, Cassandra Quinlan-Ashford relished Sundays, when she would come to Harlem with her minister parents. After church they'd hit now-shuttered local...
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MIDTOWN — There are sure to be more people than usual walking around the city this weekend in strange costumes because of Halloween. But the scariest thing you face just might be the 17 subway lines...
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A computer technician for a company contracted to do work for Long Island schools has pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography. Ryan Ramdass of Queens Village pleaded guilty Friday to promoting...
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Editor's note: The Advance has been covering every twist and turn in the race between Rep. Michael Grimm and challenger Domenic Recchia for Staten Island's Congressional seat. If you haven't been able...
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A story about new ideas to perk up the choice of activities on Staten Island elicited this response from SILive reader Po: "Please bring rock climbing here along with tree...
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