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  1. Chester to buy performing arts center

    The Goshen Chronicle5 days ago

    The Chester town board unanimously agreed Wednesday night to secure a $3.5 million bond to buy the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center and several other properties in town. Steve Cirbus, an actor ...

  2. A Republican congressman who earlier this year got into trouble for hobnobbing with an accused Holocaust denier held a small fundraiser this summer, and the attendees included, yes, the very ...

  3. Chester supervisor's comments draw strong criticism

    Middletown Times Herald-Record1 day ago

    “The fear of KJ expanding into Chester is scaring people half to death,” said Jamieson, referring to Kiryas Joel. The Anti-Defamation League released a statement Monday ...

  4. Russia’s largest social media network, VKontakte, removed and blocked promotional pages for this year’s “Miss Hitler” beauty pageant after complaints from Israeli media watchdogs. VKontakte, ...

  5. Countless Jewish students were captive audiences last year for Israel-baiting professors, and many witnessed (and even participated in) anti-Israel demonstrations and divestment campaigns ...

  6. WASHINGTON -- As Americans marked the 17th anniversary of 9/11, the House voted to provide federal funding to maintain the memorials erected at the sites of the worst terrorist attack in U.S ...

  7. In April 2017, I interviewed Roger Stone for Salon Talks in videos where I discussed the sexual misconduct accusations against President Donald Trump, Stone's alleged ties to Russia and a number ...

  8. A member of the Coast Guard's emergency response team in Charleston was taken off his post after he appeared to flash a hand gesture some associate with white supremacy while the team's captain ...

  9. Relatives of the Dallas police officer who killed a man in his apartment said Tuesday that they aren’t racists despite social media chatter about photos of them. Specifically, internet sleuths ...

  10. U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) speaks during a news conference in front of the Capitol December 6, 2017 in Washington, DC. Two Republican members of Congress who have previously been condemned ...

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