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CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. — Roxham Road is a quiet country road jutting off another quiet country road, where a couple of horses munch on soggy hay and a ditch running along the muddy pavement flows with melted snow. It cuts through a thicket of dormant … more
PHILADELPHIA — The next battle in the criminal case against Bill Cosby will be whether prosecutors can use his lurid deposition testimony about giving pills and alcohol to a string of women before sex — material that may be disallowed at … more
Budget negotiators struck a deal late Friday night that will could make New York the largest state to offer tuition-free public higher education to residents.The $153 billion state budget agreement includes the Excelsior Scholarship, which covers … more
NEW YORK — The mayor said Friday that he wants to close the city's troubled Rikers Island jail complex, though he cautioned that doing so would be difficult and take at least a decade."It will take many years and it will take many tough … more
HART'S LOCATION, N.H. — Chuck Monjak was partway up his first-ever attempt at a nearly vertical ice formation when he found himself in a terrifying predicament. With his weight supported only by the tips of his crampons, he had to figure out … more
The Associated PressNEW YORK — Commuters to both New Jersey and Long Island faced a difficult journey home Friday evening after two passenger trains clipped each other during the morning rush at Penn Station, jolting riders and creating major … more
NEW YORK — The last time Christine Ebersole was singing nightly on Broadway, it was an experience akin to an occult phenomenon - a possession.Ebersole seemed to vanish whenever Edie Beale was required to emerge. The bizarre, reclusive East … more
BOSTON — Appeals court judges deciding the fate of the nation's oldest synagogue seemed skeptical Wednesday about a lower court's decision to put control of the building and a set of bells worth millions of dollars in the hands of the … more
It started with fever and vomiting. Then the 5-month-old baby developed facial twitching, stiffening of his right arm and seizures. The family rushed him to Connecticut Children's Medical Center.Clinicians there performed tests, including a brain … more
The yearlong drought is officially over.After the above-average snowfall and frequent rainstorms of the past few months, Berkshire County's status has returned to "normal," according to federal and state officials.The weekly U.S. Drought Monitor on … more
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