May 31, 2017
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Music Under the Maples

A couple hundred people turned out under the magnificent maple trees in the park at the center of New Milford on the near-perfect evening of May 24th to enjoy music performed by 3 of Blue Ridge’s concert bands.  It was the sixth annual Concert in the Park organized by Blue Ridge music director Vincent LoRusso, who lamented that the weather hadn’t cooperated for 2 of them; this was the best so far, according to Mr. LoRusso.

All of the bands assembled together to open the event with our National Anthem:

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New Police Chief in Susquehanna
Council unanimously approved the recommendation to appoint Officer John Creamer as the new Susquehanna Borough Police Chief. Council members, along with Mayor Nancy Hurley praised Officer Creamer for his outstanding job before and after he absorbed additional responsibilities when former Chief Robert Sweet resigned without prior notice a few months ago. Councilman Roy Williams commended Chief Creamer and stated he is the right man for the job, Council and Mayor Hurley unanimously agreed. Chief Creamer's wife and children were in attendance for the appointment.

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