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Video shows Ex-Broncos WR in fistfight with airport worker

Former Denver Broncos wide receiver Brendan Langley was arrested on Thursday following a physical altercation with an airport worker, and the fight was captured on video. Langley, a third-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, was involved in an argument that turned violent with a United Airlines employee at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. Both men threw swings at one another, though the footage did not show who started the altercation.
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State police arrest third suspect in Richmondville murder

Richmondville, NY (WRGB) — State Police have arrested the third suspect in the Richmondville murder. Jeffrey A. McGough, 18, was arrested for murder in the 2nd degree, Robbery in the 1st degree, and Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the 2nd degree. According to police McGough turned himself in...
RICHMONDVILLE, NY
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Voter fraud accusations rock ‘Borscht Belt’ resort in the Catskills

A tiny Borscht Belt town that beckons Orthodox Jewish vacationers in the summer staged a pivotal election this spring that was anything but kosher, according to an explosive lawsuit that has triggered a state investigation into alleged voter fraud. Fleischmanns — a leafy hamlet at the foot of the Belleayre ski resort in the Catskills — has been thrown into chaos after two losing candidates for village trustee accused a pair of deep-pocketed Hasidic property owners of rigging the ballot box to install officials to rubber-stamp their development plans, according to the lawsuit obtained by The Post.  Businesses along the...
FLEISCHMANNS, NY
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Flood mitigation project completed in Delaware County

MARGARETVILLE – The $1.8 million project to address flood damage to the Bull Run Channel and Stream Bank in Margaretville has been completed. During Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee, the Bull Run Channel flooded, rendering it impassible. Sediment dredged up by the storm blocked the stream and as a result, homes and businesses throughout Margaretville were damaged by the ensuing floods.

Soak in All of Preston Hollow in This Modern Farmhouse in Prestonville

This week’s High Caliber Home of the Week, sponsored by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans, takes us to the neighborhood of Prestonville at Hillcrest and Northwest Highway. It’s a beautiful little pocket of single family attached and duplex homes in Preston Hollow, where back in the ’40s homebuilders built well-appointed rental homes and apartments for World War 2 vets returning home.
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Wylder Hotels Plans August 2022 Opening of Wylder Windham in New York

(WINDHAM, NEW YORK; May 16, 2022) Wylder Hotels announces today that its third hotel opening, Wylder Windham, is expected to open August 2022. With a focus on iconic soulful properties and wide-open spaces, the newest resort celebrates the unique local vibe of the magical town of Windham, New York, and embraces the timeless pleasures that the land has to offer. Following the acquisition of the legendary The Thompson House Resort, the top-to-bottom reimagining will feature seven separate lodges with 110 combined rooms, 20 acres of expansive property, an oversized in-ground pool, an on-site restaurant and bakery, 4,000 square feet of private event space, and fresh air galore.
WINDHAM, NY
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11 TV Hill: Healing the soul through cooking and conversation

NEW YORK — May is Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The commemoration dates back to 1978 when Congress established AAPI Week. The first week of May is intended to mark two anniversaries: The arrival of the first Japanese immigrants to the U.S. in 1843 and the completion of the transcontinental railroad in 1869.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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JCC students take advantage of pet therapy on campus

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Students taking finals at Jefferson Community College are understandably under some stress right now. On Friday, they got a chance to chill out. Anyone walking through the quad at JCC could take a break and spend some time with animals brought to the college, courtesy of the SPCA.
WATERTOWN, NY
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Puppies seized from owner charged with animal cruelty need foster homes

Two six-month old puppies need foster homes. The puppies were brought to the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA (CGHS/SPCA) after being seized from a man who was arrested on animal cruelty charges. CGHS/SPCA said Paris and Scoob, terrier mixes are “friendly and sweet.” They were examined by CGHS/SPCA staff and passed a...
PALENVILLE, NY
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North Country bass fishing restricted until June 15

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWTI) — Black bass fishing seasons will remain closed in the North Country for just over another month. According to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, largemouth and smallmouth bass fishing is prohibited in the Jefferson and St. Lawrence county waters until June 15, encompassing Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence River and their tributaries.
WATERTOWN, NY
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