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Struggling Addicts Find Hope at Sober Village in Town of Deerpark, New York
Michael dreams of owning a small farm in upstate New York, where he can grow his own food and live a self-sufficient life. But before that can happen, he must ...
January 31, 2023
Judge Dismisses Environmental Lawsuit Against Dragon Springs
DEERPARK, N.Y.—A federal judge has dismissed an environmental lawsuit against Dragon Springs, home to two performing arts schools ...
January 4, 2023
Deerpark Couple Make Volunteering a Family Tradition
For over 40 years, the Gould family has centered their lives around helping others in Deerpark and surrounding ...
January 2, 2023
Deerpark Christmas Market Brings Joy and Festivity to Locals
Residents from the tri-state area enjoyed a festive holiday market with music, lights, and food in the town ...
December 4, 2022
Voters at Polling Sites in Western Orange County, New York, Say They’re Most Concerned With Cost of Living and Crime
As food prices go up, Deerpark resident Gladys Murphy has quit buying cakes and started baking them at ...
November 10, 2022
Deerpark Seminar Informs Local Residents of Communist Infiltration
Nearly 300 residents from Deerpark and surrounding communities learned about the widespread infiltration of American society by the ...
October 31, 2022
Apology Demanded From Deerpark Supervisor in Voting Challenges
A complaint charges that students otherwise eligible to vote may have been denied the opportunity to register on ...
September 23, 2015
California State University Intends to End COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
PREMIERING NOW: David Matas on Exposing China’s Illicit Organ Trade: ‘The Problem Isn’t Too Little Evidence. It’s Too Much’
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HHS Secretary Announces Major Directional Shift in Federal Health Policy
China, Iran Recruiting ‘Pawns’ to Target Critics in US, Intelligence Agencies Warn
Trump More Resolute as Support Rises, Fans in Crowd of 25,000 Say
Josh Hawley Calls on Feds to Investigate Nashville School Shooting as Hate Crime
The ‘Sheepdog’ Analogy Is Deeply Flawed
McConnell Says Repeal of Iraq War Authorizations Would Benefit Iran
DHS Secretary Mayorkas in Fiery Exchanges With GOP Lawmakers at Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing
John Durham Expected to Finish His Report ‘Relatively Soon:’ Attorney General