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Library Board Unanimously Exonerates Achille
... by a plethora of calls from Smith supporters. The school playground solution suggested instuted by the acting director would have punished the victim and provided cover for Smith as he goes to
Thursday, 16 May 2013
Residents Welcome Development Options
... 4 million sq.ft. of office/retail space. Their core strength is retail / indus
and office space. They developed the Tanger Arches in Deer Park and the only big box center in Manhattan at 116th Street ...
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
Rep. McCarthy Statement on 'Show Trial' Against Israelis
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY4) issued the following statement on the Turkish
-in-absentia against... Read Full Article Author:... ...
Wednesday, 07 November 2012
Dr. Marsha J Darling - 2011
... after the Nuremburg
s following Nazi atrocities. In more recent years, development in genetic, genomic and reproductive technologies has raised new questions about the meaning of Eugenics and its ...
Thursday, 24 February 2011
To Mr. Mullings and family, our Heavenl
To Mr. Mullings and family, our Heavenly Father, in His infinite wisdom, has seen it fit to call your beloved wife, Sister Paulette Mullings from the
s of this world, to sweet rest; we, the officers ...
Friday, 30 October 2009
Barak Obama on Race
s and triumphs became at once unique and universal, black and more than black; in chronicling our journey, the stories and songs gave us a means to reclaim memories that we didn't need to feel shame ...
Thursday, 20 March 2008
Lye victim hopes for face transplant
MONTPELIER, Vt. — A woman who was burned and disfigured when her ex-husband doused her with indus
lye four years ago has been approved for a rare face transplant. Carmen Tarleton, who was blinded ...
Thursday, 01 December 2011
Sabrett hot dog king Papalexis
... in upper Manhattan. He earned a bachelor of science degree in indus
relations from New York University in 1948, and then entered the food business. With a $2,500 GI loan, Papalexis bought his father's ...
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Greenhouse gases reach record levels
... that total carbon dioxide levels in 2010 hit 389 parts per million, up from 280 parts per million in 1750, before the start of the Indus
Revolution. Levels increased 1.5 ppm per year in the 1990s ...
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
3 guilty verdicts in NY serial killings
... 2009. That's when Acevedo, who was in prison on a drunken driving charge, gave up a DNA sample as part of a parole application. At
, an expert testified it was statistically impossible for the DNA ...
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Lawmaker acquitted of bribery
... in the conviction at a non-jury
in September of the hospital executive, David Rosen, on charges that Rosen sought to bribe Boyland and two other legislators, former state Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio ...
Friday, 11 November 2011
Assemblyman awaits verdict
... deliberating Tuesday at the lawmaker's corruption
. The deception is "the best evidence William Boyland Jr. knew he was being bribed," Assistant U.S. Attorney Glen McGorty said in closing arguments ...
Wednesday, 09 November 2011
Will the Cuomo magic rub off?
... do," he said after touring an electronics company in an indus
park in Blasdell. "What I'm most proud of is being endorsed by small business owners who create the jobs that really matter and get ...
Monday, 07 November 2011
... ... It was a great opportunity to get into the courtroom and get some
experience. There's something about being a United States Army officer. It's about service over self, it's being a member of ...
Monday, 31 October 2011
Released student is back
... by police who saw him carrying a protest sign at a rally on June 12. He was accused of spying for Israel, then held for months without formal charges or a
while U.S. and Israeli officials worked ...
Sunday, 30 October 2011
Nursing now a matter of degrees
... students learned their trade by
and error while working in hospitals. Today, 45 percent of registered nurses have bachelor's degrees, and most have at least an associate degree. Nationally, there ...
Wednesday, 19 October 2011
NY dance teacher convicted of student sexual abuse
... time he was 6 until he was 14. During his
, McGuire denied having sexual contact with the boy. McGuire ran the Tim McGuire Dance Centre in Glens Falls for 30 years. Sentencing is set for Nov. 30. ...
Tuesday, 18 October 2011
Changes help push prison rolls down
... national prison buildup -- and the highest incarceration rate in the indus
ized world. Now -- with state prison spending at $3.7 billion in fiscal 2010, or $55,000 per inmate -- New York may be leading ...
Monday, 17 October 2011
NY teen pleads guilty to stabbing girlfriend
... Kevin Minemier pleaded guilty to attempted murder and assault charges Wednesday morning before the start of his
. Police say he stabbed then-17-year-old Nicole Bean of Henrietta several times in the ...
Friday, 14 October 2011
Ruling: Glare from sunset is no excuse for pedestrian death
... case back to the
court, where a jury initially concluded the city of Syracuse was 15 percent negligent and Lifson was 85 percent at fault. Jurors had been instructed to consider the emergency doctrine, ...
Friday, 14 October 2011
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Suffolk County to Use Federal Funds to Study Feasibility of Bus Rapid Transit
A Fifth of Suicidal Teens Live in Homes with Guns
Proms send wrong message
Many Americans jailed abroad
Why Christie's weight matters
Why abortion rights need protection
Is Rush still relevant?
CO2 levels hit new peak
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