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Facebook Account Lands Sex Offender in Sullivan County Jail

Feb 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured Articles

On Tuesday February 28th 2012 Village of Liberty Police detectives arrested Matthew Fulton, 28 of Liberty on charges stemming from an investigation into his failure to register internet accounts while being a sex offender. Detectives began investigating when they found a Facebook account they believed to belong to Fulton, which was not registered with the […]



Headlines for February 29 2012

Feb 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Headlines Off The WALL

RICK SANTORUM GAVE MITT ROMNEY A SCARE IN THE WEEK PRECEDING YESTERDAY’S PRIMARY IN MICHIGAN. BUT ROMNEY CAME OUT ON TOP OF TUESDAY’S REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTE IN THE STATE WHERE HE WAS BORN AND RAISED, BEATING SANTORUM BY A RELATIVELY SLIM THREE PERCENTAGE POINT MARGIN. IN THE GRAND CANYON STATE ARIZONA, THERE WAS ALSO A […]



New Windsor Woman Jumps onto 84 in Suicide Attempt

Feb 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Lead Article

In what is being ruled as an attempted suicide, a 42-year old New Windsor woman jumped from the Route 300 overpass of Interstate 84 early Wednesday morning. Town of Newburgh police are reporting that the woman was found on the side of the highway with serious injuries and airlifted to Westchester Medical Center. It is […]



Lisa Montanaro – Time – The Great Equalizer

Feb 27th, 2012 | By | Category: Lifestyle

Time: The Great Equalizer The phrase ‘time management’ has become one of the most oft-repeated phrases of our society. Almost everyone thinks they need to improve their time management skills. The problem is that most people aren’t even examining what the real issue is. Instead, the average person will blame time itself. Think I am […]



Headlines for February 27 2012

Feb 27th, 2012 | By | Category: Headlines Off The WALL

RUSSIAN PRIME MINISTER VLADIMIR PUTIN IS HEAVILY FAVORED TO WIN RE-ELECTION IN A VOTE HAPPENING THIS COMING SUNDAY. IN THE DAYS LEADING UP TO THAT VOTE, STATE T-V IS REPORTING SEVERAL ARRESTS OF SUSPECTS WITH SUSPECTED LINKS TO CHECHEN REBELS WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACTS OF TERRORISM, SPECIFICALLY WARLORD DOKA UMAROV. HOWEVER, RUSSIAN AND UKRAINIAN […]



Town of Newburgh Police Make Multiple Arrests at the Hudson Valley Inn

Feb 27th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured Articles

Town of Newburgh Police have arrested several people and seized drugs and cash in recent incidents at the Hudson Valley Inn, 90 Rt. 17K (formerly Knights Inn). On February 20, 2012, Officer M. Sisia observed two subjects park a small car with no plates near a wooded area adjacent to the Hudson Valley Inn. A […]



Shooting Leaves 1 Dead and 4 Injured in Ohio High School

Feb 27th, 2012 | By | Category: Current Events

One student is dead and four others are reported injured after a morning shooting at a Ohio high school Monday. A lone gunman opened fire shortly before 8 AM in the cafeteria of Chardon High School where students were eating breakfast. The shooter was chased out of the building by a teacher and later turned […]



Monday Morning Fire Damages Town of Newburgh Home

Feb 27th, 2012 | By | Category: Lead Article

A mid-morning fire ripped through a home in the Town of Newburgh Monday destroying a one-family home. Flames could be seen shooting from the roof of the residence at 321 Quaker Street in the Town of Newburgh. Cronomer Valley Volunteer Fire Department responded to the two alarm fire that broke out at 9:30 AM and […]



Jourdan Wilner – Bean Curd and Bucket Lists

Feb 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Lifestyle

Recently, a fellow blogger got me thinking about bucket lists. We all have one, whether scrawled on the back of an envelope, meticulously enumerated on a “to-do” list or not so indelibly etched with our mental pencils. Mine was the to-do list variety; bulleted points, each carefully printed with an extra fine tip Sharpie (my […]



NY Hospice Advocate Suzanne O’Brien Authors How To Guide for End of Life Care

Feb 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Lead Article

As a hospice nurse and advocate, Suzanne O’Brien shares her experiences, perspective and philosophy in her new book Life, Love and Transition: Guidance for the End of Life (2012).  In this guide to achieving a dignified, meaningful death and a greater appreciation of life through the hospice experience, Suzanne provides valuable advice to families and […]