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Field hockey: Nyack defeats Nanuet 2-1; more results

After a tough start through a difficult schedule, it looks like Nyack is starting to come together.

Arleigh Rodgers and Danielle Lydecker were the goal-scorers for the Indians in their 2-1 win over visiting Nanuet on Wednesday. 321 more words


Police seek suspect in murder of Surrey teen Serena Vermeersch

From the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team:

On September 16th, 2014 Serena Vermeersch was reported missing by her mother when she didn’t arrive home on the evening of September 15th. 348 more words


Nyack continues strong play, defeats Nanuet; Wednesday's scoreboard

Nyack started with as tough a schedule as anyone, but it seems that the Indians are starting to heat up. They defeated Nanuet 2-1 today and have now won three of their last four. 463 more words


Tuesday's results: Suffern ends Clarkstown South's winning streak

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Changes to Intended Place of Residence policy for retiring Canadian military personnel announced

The Canadian government has announced changes to the Intended Place of Residence (IPR) policy for retiring Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members, according to a DND news release. 295 more words

Defence Watch

Lovesick moose wandering on to the highways

A bull moose was killed and two people were injured in a collision on the Trans-Canada Highway near Golden, B.C.

On Thursday evening, a van was driving on the highway just before 8 p.m. 345 more words


Senate to spend $150K learning to communicate better

The Senate is spending $150,000 for an outside consulting firm to review how it communicates with the news media and public.

“My colleagues and I recognize the need for the Senate to have an efficient communications directorate, equipped with cutting edge platforms, in order to effectively communicate to Canadians and all stakeholders,” Conservative Sen. 311 more words