Richard J. Bayne
KINGSTON – A fire that broke out Friday night in a concrete building on North Street, near Kingston Point Rotary Park, had about 25 firefighters on the scene until just after midnight Sunday, the deputy fire chief said. Deputy Chief Wayne Platte said the three-alarm fire was reported shortly after 9:30 p.m. Friday at the one-story, vacant building at 10 North St., near the Delaware Avenue intersection.
Richard J. Bayne
The state Health Department issued a warning Friday that a tourist from Australia, confirmed to have measles, visited a hotel, a hospital and an urgent care center in Orange County. The locations in Orange County are: Comfort Inn & Suites in Goshen at 20 Hatfield Lane; Excel Urgent Care in Goshen at 1 Hatfield Lane; and Orange Regional Medical Center in the Town of Wallkill.
Richard J. Bayne Times Herald-Record @RichardBayne845 MATAMORAS, Pa. – Saturday’s “President Trump Thank You Dinner,” organized by a gun manufacturer, a gun-rights group and a ministry that advocates gun ownership as biblical prophecy, made two concessions 10 days after the Parkland Fla., high school shootings.The sponsors canceled plans to raffle off an AR-15 assault rifle, the rifle that was used to kill 17 people Feb. 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and they opened the event...
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Selecting a term
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