Matt Judon’s Recruiting Comes Up Short Again With Bobby Wagner Reportedly Signing With Rams

BOSTON (CBS) — Matt Judon has tried his hardest to recruit for the New England Patriots this offseason. On Thursday, his efforts came up empty once again. Judon tried his best to will free agent linebacker Bobby Wagner signing with the Patriots into existence, but his powers are nothing compared to the allure of joining… Continue reading Matt Judon’s Recruiting Comes Up Short Again With Bobby Wagner Reportedly Signing With Rams

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New Hampshire Hermit ‘River Dave’ A No-Show At Disputed Woodlot Hearing, Faces Fines

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A former hermit in New Hampshire who went back to live on the wooded property he was ordered to leave realizes that his time there is drawing to a close — but he appears willing to keep fighting against his removal for now. David Lidstone, who just turned 82, failed to… Continue reading New Hampshire Hermit ‘River Dave’ A No-Show At Disputed Woodlot Hearing, Faces Fines

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Parole Board Considering Commutating William Allen’s Life Sentence

BOSTON (CBS) — A parole board is now considering commuting the sentence of convicted murderer William Allen. The request to commute Allen’s sentence first came from Gov. Charlie Baker. The Plymouth County District Attorney’s office and members of the victim’s family supported the move. Allen has served 27 years in prison for his role in… Continue reading Parole Board Considering Commutating William Allen’s Life Sentence

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Underground Railroad public conference this weekend

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Capital Region residents will gather at the twentieth FeedomCon 2022 public history conference this weekend, organized by the Underground Railroad Education Center of Albany. The conference will kick off with an opening address on Friday, April 1 at 7 p.m., at Bulmer Telecommunications Center at Hudson Valley Community College and will… Continue reading Underground Railroad public conference this weekend

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DEC adopts regulations to reduce electronic, foam packaging waste

ALBANY, N.Y. (WWTI) — New regulations in New York will aim to further reduce waste. On March 31, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos confirmed the finalizations of two regulations that will help reduce waste going into landfills, specifically electronic and foam packaging waste. DEC adopts new freshwater fishing regulations… Continue reading DEC adopts regulations to reduce electronic, foam packaging waste

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Saratoga man bringing hope to Ukrainian refugees

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (NEWS10)- A Saratoga Springs man and his family are doing all they can to help Ukrainian refugees. Through efforts both locally and abroad, Adam Israel has been collecting donations, words of encouragement, using his family’s house in Poland to provide a place to stay for refugees fleeing war in their homeland, and… Continue reading Saratoga man bringing hope to Ukrainian refugees

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Woman sentenced to state prison for homicide in Adams

PITTSFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – An Adams woman was sentenced to prison after she was found guilty in connection with a motor vehicle homicide after the vehicle she was driving struck and killed a man in 2018. According to the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office, Debra Milesi, 60, was sentenced to serve four to five years in state… Continue reading Woman sentenced to state prison for homicide in Adams

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