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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wants horse-drawn carriages out of the city. The Democrat is proposing to replace the traditional form of entertainment with a fleet of vintage electric cars.
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The runner-up in the 2009 Milford mayoral election was reportedly sentenced Tuesday to two years in prison for her part in a multi-million dollar mortgage scheme.
In the end, it came down to the good Genevieve Salvatore did as a lawyer representing the downtrodden, compared to the bad of falsifying documents in 13 real estate closings.
Saturday's Milford St. Patrick's Day Parade promises to be even bigger than it's been in the past, with more businesses and organizations signing up to join the march.
Andy Karl pummels Terence Archie's Apollo Creed in a boxing ring that extends into the Winter Garden Theatre's orchestra.
A Milford man faces numerous charges after he allegedly stole items from a vehicle Sunday night, intentionally set the car on fire - and then attempted to resist and flee from police following his arrest.
Bob Marcinuk stood up in a circle of people surrounding him in comfortable chairs and sofas on a recent night, and he had a story to tell.
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman is recommending that Salvatore, a Milford lawyer who ran as that city's unsuccessful Democratic mayoral candidate in 2009, be locked up for more than two years because of her role as closing attorney in 13 fraudulent mortgage transactions which cost lenders nearly $2.5 million.
The brown, battered 8x10 envelope, smudged with something black, clear tape covering rips, appeared on my desk on Wednesday, March 5. Of course, the strange correspondence that comes into a newspaper's office could itself be the subject for a column.
The state Legislature eliminated the death penalty two years ago but that doesn't mean Richard Roszkowski can't be executed for the murders of a young mother, her 9-year-old daughter and a Milford landscaper, Roszkowski's lawyer told a jury Friday.