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"Christmas at Hill-Hold" - 128 Route 416, Campbell Hall, 3-7 p.m. Dec. 7 and 14 and noon-4 p.m. Dec. 8 and 15, $3, $2 children.
Thursday Dec 5
Two charged with grand larceny after alleged shoplifting at Monroe Wal-Mart
State police from the Monroe barracks on Tuesday charged two people who allegedly tried to steal items from the local Wal-Mart.
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Ramapo police honor paramedic who helped cops during attack
A paramedic has been honored for heroic action in helping police stop a violent family fight from getting even worse.
Orange Bureau Confidential: $520K state grant OK'd to design Pine Bush water supply
The Orange County Water Authority has won a $520,200 state grant to design a water supply that would replace or supplement the wells now serving the hamlet of Pine Bush and the Pine Bush School District.
Clinton Corners man accused of rape
State police at Monroe have charged Shawn R. Langenau, 36, of Clinton Corners with three felony counts of third-degree rape and one count of felony third-degree criminal sex act.
Doles, Democrats prevail as Monroe vote count is completed
Town Councilman Harley Doles cemented his victory in the Monroe supervisor's race on Thursday with the completion of a marathon counting of hundreds of emergency, absentee and affidavit ballots cast in the most intensely fought local race in recent memory.
Vote tally continues in Monroe election
The Orange County Board of Elections on Monday began plowing through more than 2,000 emergency, affidavit and absentee ballots cast Nov. 5 in the Town of Monroe.
Man used GPS to track ex-girlfriend, police say
Town police arrested a Monroe man who is accused of placing a GPS device on his ex-girlfriend's vehicle without her knowledge and using it to track her movements.
Police: Harriman woman fudged business records to collect more than $3,000 in unemployment
Tamika Velazquez, 31, was arrested by state police in Monroe after the state Department of Labor filed a complaint that she filed for and received unemployment benefits despite not being entitled to receive them.
Monroe ballot battle rages
The outcome of Tuesday's tumultuous Monroe elections remained uncertain on Friday, with hundreds of emergency ballots still uncounted and no indication if enough were cast to erase the leads supervisor candidate Harley Doles and his Democratic running mates held over United Monroe's candidates.