Thursday, September 26th, 2019
Today at 1253 hrs, CFD units were dispatched to a reported explosion at the HBE School. upon arrival of PD and FD units it was learned that the hot water heater ruptured and injured the employees wo...
Saturday, March 16th, 2019
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Around 2120 hrs Cuddebackville along with Huguenot, with an engine (E-814) on automatic response, were dispatched to a reported structure fire at Paradise Farms on Rte 209. Upon arrival of Huguenot Ca...
Saturday, August 18th, 2018
On Saturday August 18th, 2018 the Cuddebcakville FD was dispatched to the Oakland Valley campground for a reported river rescue of a 9 yr old male and a 45 yr old male. Upon arrival a request for the...
Saturday, January 20th, 2018
On Saturday, Jan 20th CFD units were dispatched at 1503 hrs with one tanker to the scene of Minisink Lanes on US Rte 209 in the Huguenot Fire District, to assist in water supply operations. CFD units ...
Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
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The Cuddebackville Fire District recently took delivery of a new fire apparatus to help serve the community. The new apparatus is a 2013 Kenworth/Deep South Fire apparatus, the unit has a 1250 gallon ...
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On Saturday, Sept. 23rd, the Cuddebackville F.D. attended the O.C.V.F.A. Parade in Sparrowbush. The departement won 2nd place for our brush truck BR-801. We would like to congratulate the members who ...
See link below for useful fireworks map and list of 4th of July events http://hudsonvalleypost.com/4th-of-july-hudson-valley-2017-fireworks-map/ The Cuddebackville Fire District and Fire Department wi...
Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
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It is with deep regret that the Board of Fire Commissioners, officers and members announce the passing of Life Member Adam Scopino Sr. Adam served on the Board of Fire Commissioners since 1999, he has...
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More than 18 months into the coronavirus pandemic, a number of countries have decided it's time to open up and adopt a "living with Covid" model.
A hostess was assaulted trying to get customers to comply with a vaccine requirement at a New York City restaurant. CNN affiliate WCBS reports.
Vaccine advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration declined Friday to recommend the agency approve Covid-19 booster doses for everyone who got vaccinated six months ago or longer.
When President Joe Biden announced a raft of new vaccine requirements last week -- for federal employees as well as businesses with over 100 employees -- he drew the administration into a debate that had already been roiling corporations that had instituted their own mandates. What is industry -- and now, government -- to do about vaccine resisters, especially those drawing on religious exemptions?
At least 125 part-time employees at Indiana University Health system, the largest physicians network in the state, have lost their jobs for not complying with Covid-19 vaccination requirements, a spokeswoman said Friday.
While more people are likely to be eligible for Covid-19 vaccine booster shots, the most glaring issue prolonging the pandemic is the large swath of unvaccinated people, who are filling up hospitals and dying from the persistent virus, officials and health experts said.
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The FBI has announced a reward for information on Mary Johnson, a Native American woman who went missing from the Tulalip Reservation in Washington state in December 2020.
CNN reporter Shimon Prokupecz spoke to a rallygoer at a right-wing rally in support of the Capitol rioters about the January 6 attack.
The search for the missing fiancé of 22-year-old Gabby Petito is focused on a Florida nature reserve, where FBI agents and 50 officers from five local agencies are scouring the area, according to North Port Police spokesperson Josh Taylor.
Sears will shut the doors on its last department store in Illinois come fall; the state in which its first retail store opened in 1925.
CNN's Michael Smerconish says new revelations about the negative effects of Instagram and social media made him think about the case of Gabby Petito, the 22-year-old who has not been heard from since going on a road trip with her fiance.
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The so-called "Justice for J6" rally, a right-wing protest Saturday to support the insurrectionists facing criminal charges in the January 6 attack, was smaller than expected. It also lacked the mayhem and violence the Department of Homeland Security feared might break out.
CNN's Pamela Brown says that GOP leaders who stay silent on former President Donald Trump's Big Lie about the 2020 election are spreading his message even further.
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Whether it's stolen urinals, smashed floor tiles or missing soap dispensers, the destruction is apparent in school bathrooms across the United States.
Democrats crushed Republicans in Tuesday's California recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom. Newsom's overwhelming victory left little doubt that California is a deeply blue state, and a Donald Trump-endorsed candidate like Larry Elder doesn't come close to fitting the bill for the type of Republican the GOP needs to run in order to win in the Golden State.
CNN's Bianca Nobilo received a surprise visit from a feline friend while interviewing Speaker of the UK House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle.
Students and lecturers at Hong Kong's most prestigious university returned from summer break this month to a very different institution.
Tammy Faye Messner (formerly Bakker) was camp incarnate. With her wildly over-the-top makeup and garish animal-print ensembles, a penchant for singing Christian disco anthems despite her lack of voice training, and a sense of childlike wonder with which she preached her gospel, she made for compelling TV viewing.
A man is in jail after driving head on into a moving train in England.
After Bart Schoenfeld's Chevrolet Bolt EV was recalled for the second time, he'd had enough.
Anderson Cooper talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning conservative columnist George Will about his new book, "American Happiness and Discontents: The Unruly Torrent, 2008-2020." Watch "Full Circle" Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6p E.T.
Fri, 17 Sep 2021 13:42:55 GMT
Safety has long been a paramount concern for travelers when it comes to deciding which destination to visit.
A 105,000-square-foot residence in Los Angeles was expected to come to market for $500 million, according to the developer. It now faces a court-ordered sale to pay debts. CNN affiliate KCBS/KCAL reports.
The Notre Dame cathedral is on track to reopen to the public in 2024 as the cathedral has now been entirely secured, two years after the disastrous fire that destroyed large parts of the 850-year-old building.
Sun, 19 Sep 2021 00:28:35 GMT
The Netherlands has long been the world's tallest nation -- but its people are getting shorter, according to Dutch researchers.
If your childhood dream was to live like Winnie the Pooh, this is your chance to make it come true by staying at a replica of the storied bear's tree house.
One year after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, schools and hospitals have been christened for her, scholarly awards created in her name and artworks designed with her visage.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died a year ago this week, had been well aware that the conservatives on the Supreme Court were poised to take a right turn in areas concerning reproductive health and voting rights. But the liberal icon would likely be stunned to see how far and how fast the court has actually moved.
Sat, 19 Sep 2020 02:55:36 GMT
Listen to some of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's most remarkable speeches over the years.
All week long, The Wall Street Journal's "Facebook Files" series has invited comparisons of the social media platform to tobacco companies.
A glass bottle containing a message from 1984 has washed up in Hawaii and been discovered by a 9-year-old girl -- 37 years after high school students in Japan dropped it into the ocean as part of an experiment.
These Colombian mountains have forged the iron legs of the top Colombian cyclists. Movistar team member Miguel Angel Lopez grew up in Pesca, Boyacá -- training on the unforgiving hills of the Andean Mountains amid colonial architecture and colorful small towns.
It's a tale as old as time: A woman won't conform to societal norms, traditional notions of femininity or what's expected of her, and is dismissed as diseased. She's considered hysterical. And, as such, she is locked up, burned at the stake, hidden away or placed under the supposedly steadier control of men.
German sports retailer Puma is collaborating with Nintendo's Animal Crossing: New Horizons, bringing a few elements of the popular world-building game to real life.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on Thursday unveiled a new fund to increase investments made with the nation's minority-owned and mission-driven banks, helping them expand economic opportunities in the communities they serve.
David Rubenstein is shrugging off fears of runaway inflation and concerns about looming tax hikes. The private equity billionaire is far more worried these days about the state of American democracy.
Fri, 17 Sep 2021 02:07:36 GMT
Many people were shocked this week when the singer Nicki Minaj shared on social media that she had declined an invitation to the prestigious Met Gala, and indicated that she would not meet the ball's requirement that all guests be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Fri, 17 Sep 2021 22:05:35 GMT
Banning books is a bad American habit, and one we must break. The banning comes from every side of the political spectrum, left and right, and the practice is often dangerous. Free speech is fundamental to our democracy, the lifeblood of our educational system.
Sat, 18 Sep 2021 01:06:12 GMT
Last month, a man drove to Washington, DC , police said, with explosive-making materials and threatened detonations near the US Capitol, although no functioning weapons were found in his vehicle. You'd think this would have been a big story, but after what seemed like just a few hours, it was swamped by the news of the Taliban taking over Afghanistan. This is understandable, as what was unfolding a world away was both dramatic and tragic. However, it was also a mistake to so quickly look away from the DC standoff.
Sat, 18 Sep 2021 00:26:01 GMT
A man, armed with a machete and a knife and expressing White supremacist views, was arrested near the Democratic National Committee's headquarters on Monday as Washington awaits a rally of diehard Trump supporters set for Saturday. The adornments on his truck flashed old-fashioned signs of hate, including a swastika -- an old-fashioned symbol in an era when right-wing extremists are more likely to rally behind internet memes. Whether old or new, these symbols have one thing in common: They are meant to terrorize.
Fri, 17 Sep 2021 10:13:58 GMT
In the last few months of Donald Trump's presidency, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley made two phone calls to reassure his Chinese counterpart that the US was stable and not considering a military strike against China, according to a new book by reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
By the time the voting ended Tuesday night, the defeat of the effort to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom was widely expected.
Wed, 15 Sep 2021 02:26:24 GMT
No one should be surprised that a Met Gala with a theme centering on America itself resulted in one of the more contradictory, controversial red carpets the event has ever seen.
Fri, 17 Sep 2021 09:48:00 GMT
After three months of construction work at Paris' famed Arc de Triomphe, the 160-foot-tall war monument has been completely concealed. The landmark, built during Napoleon's reign, has been outfitted in 270,000 square feet of silver-blue polypropylene fabric bound with red ropes.
A video of a small child wearing a hazmat suit and undergoing a CT scan all by himself has gone viral after being posted on a Chinese social media app by a nurse in Fujian province where authorities are trying to curb China's latest outbreak of the Delta variant. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.

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