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EoL Articles: blame
Philadelphia mayor rips Amtrak train engineer; NTSB official fires back
No one has determined what caused the catastrophic Amtrak train crash in Philadelphia, but the city's mayor has already laid the
squarely on one man: the train's engineer. Read full article ...
Thursday, 14 May 2015
Here is a Mayor that should NOT be Mayor
... not 3 billion politicans to run Nassau County. We the people are to
, we elected these assholes to the office. This Mayor should just shut the @#$% up and mind his own business. ...
Wednesday, 10 August 2011
There is a simple way that Elmont can st
... like robots and vote our party we have nobody to
but ourselves. ...
Wednesday, 27 October 2010
I must say many of these comments are ha
... hope that we remain civil about it. All in all, I support Mr. Phillips and Elmont.org. Mr. Phillips is my friend and I stand behind him 100 percent. So please don't
the messenger. Often editors ...
Tuesday, 24 August 2010
Elmont's Riding the Economic Development Horse
... surprise when at some point in the near future Governor Cuomo is
d for standing in the way jobs for 5000 in Elmont. The Casino project (as it was presented) never had a chance of surviving the ...
Friday, 02 December 2011
"Glitch" blamed for filing error
ALBANY — Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's office last week identified 497 of the state's 882 fire districts as being delinquent by failing to file their tax-levy data for required analysis. It turns out ...
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
Price tag for protests: $13M
... some cities, officials say the spending is eating into their overtime budgets and leaving less money for other public services. Protesters
excessive police presence for the high costs in some places. ...
Friday, 25 November 2011
When reform doesn't reform
... since the reforms. They place a good deal of
on the politically appointed Workers' Compensation Board and its leadership. "Businesses haven't seen any savings," said Peter J. Walsh of Walsh & Hacker, ...
Tuesday, 08 November 2011
Early snow affects millions
... north. Communities in western Massachusetts were among the hardest hit. Snowfall totals topped 27 inches in Plainfield, and nearby Windsor had gotten 26 inches by early Sunday. It was
d for at least ...
Monday, 31 October 2011
Crime is up in gas boom towns
TOWANDA, Pa. -- In a modern-day echo of the raucous Old West, small towns enjoying a boom in oil and gas drilling are seeing a sharp increase in drunken driving, bar fights and other hell-raising,
Friday, 28 October 2011
Hurt vet had job, yet protested
... camping overnight at a park. The group Iraq Veterans Against the War
d police for Olsen's injury. Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said officials will investigate whether officers used excessive ...
Friday, 28 October 2011
Cell Phone Photos Or Else?
... spin the incident as insignificant; they shift
to the victims and otherwise dodge the issue. The press conference brought together victims of recent intimidation; civic and church leaders, community ...
Thursday, 27 October 2011
Man gets 16-year sentence for shooting NY deputy
... seriously injured. Pescara
d his estranged wife for driving him to drink gin and take prescription pills. The defense argued he was too intoxicated to intentionally shoot anyone. -- Associated Press ...
Saturday, 22 October 2011
NYC woman questioned in teen son's fatal stabbing
d her husband, who was also being questioned. -- Associated Press Read Full Article ...
Monday, 17 October 2011
Jjudge: Al-Qaida owes $9.3 billion for 9/11 harm
... tripled them as allowed by law. At this time, they were only seeking an assessment of damages against al-Qaida. The organization founded by Osama bin Laden is
d for orchestrating the attacks. -- Associated ...
Sunday, 16 October 2011
7,000 teachers laid off in cuts
... The union and the superintendents
Albany. They cite this year's rare cut in state aid after two years of flat spending and a new law capping local property tax growth that takes effect in the spring. ...
Wednesday, 12 October 2011
No time for bickering
... season." House members who represent parts of the Capital Region tried to shift
for the latest stalemate. "I was disappointed to see my colleagues on both sides of the aisle vote against this CR, ...
Friday, 23 September 2011
Man upset over 'lemon' crashes into NH dealer cars
... ) that he was stressed out about money and that he made a bad decision. But he also
s the dealership for not letting him return what he calls a "lemon." A dealership manager says Cross's wife purchased ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
... aware he had been a hunted enemy, they were unsure as to why. Of course, we don’t
the kids at all. Many of these children were toddlers at the time and some had not even been born. I do
Sunday, 11 September 2011
Lee batters, cuts off Binghamton
... service on New York's east-west corridor was canceled, as were classes at many colleges and schools across the Northeast. At least 11 deaths have been
d on Lee: four in central Pennsylvania, two in ...
Friday, 09 September 2011
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Key ISIS figure dies in U.S. raid
Merchant mariner Academy students show off repair skills at auto show
Kathleen Rice to Hofstra graduates: Follow your passions
Boston bomber's sentencing doesn't end the pain
The lasting mystery of the Tsarnaev brothers
Pluto's tiny moons spotted
FBI experts to examine train's windshield
SUNY Old Westbury grads praised for activism, passion for education
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