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In the newsThe wife of former Penn State assistant football coach and convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky spoke out on her husband's conviction today on "Today Show." Dottie Sandusky said, "He is innocent" and claimed money convinced people to lie against Jerry Sandusky. The 70-year-old is serving a 30- to 60-year prison...

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NEWARK — The entire act took no more than five minutes, and the suspect banner survived no more 10 minutes before it was pulled down, but that didn’t matter to the two men who hung it on village property without permission.

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With the winter storm predicted, Monroe County and Livingston County have issued travel advisories for Wednesday.

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WILLIAMSON — The following students have earned Quarterly Quality Student awards at the Wayne Technical and Career Center in the second quarter. Quarterly Quality students have been recognized by their instructors for demonstrating exceptional...

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Here are five ways to have fun this weekend.

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Dear Whoever Picks Out the Music That Gets Piped into the Supermarket,

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Every spring my dad would take the family car in for a tune-up. He would always tell me that by fixing minor issues during the tune-up he was preventing major problems down the road. My dad’s insight also applies to estate planning. Now is a great...

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Reader question: Monty, as an apartment developer, I fuel future development by regularly investing in raw land. I have owned a 40-acre parcel for 20 years. I am certain I cannot rezone it for apartments, as the surrounding area has developed as...

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Dear Dave, My in-laws have lots of debt. In fact, they’re always joking that the debt they’ll leave us is more than the inheritance. How will this affect my wife and family if they die with all their debt still in place? Matthew Dear Matthew, You do...

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Word of the Daydeprecate \ DEP-rih-kayt \ transitive verb; [Archaic] To pray against, as an evil; to seek to avert by prayer; To disapprove of strongly; To belittle; to depreciate. — Dictionary.comWebsite of the Day

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