Bedford Hills

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Albion Correctional Facility
... housed "Long Island Lolita" Amy Fisher for 3½ years she was then transferred to the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women, the only maximum ... Correctional Facility, Beacon Correctional Facility, Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, Taconic Correctional Facility ...
Bedford Hills, Virginia
... Bedford Hills is an unincorporated community in Albemarle County, Virginia. ...
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... According to her lawyers, Smith is serving her eight-year term at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women in Bedford Hills, New York located in Westchester County and is expecting ... If parole is denied she may remain in New York’s Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women until March 23, 2016 - the maximum expiration date of her sentence ...
Bedford Hills (Metro-North Station)
... The Bedford Hills Metro-North Railroad station serves the residents of Bedford Hills, New York, via the Harlem Line ...
Bedford Central School District
... Bedford Central School District is located approximately 50 minutes north of New York City in Northern Westchester County, New York ... The Bedford Central School District is composed of seven schools - Fox Lane High School, Bedford Village Elementary School, Bedford Hills Elementary School, West Patent ... Kisco Elementary School - serving students from Bedford Hills, Mt ...

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    When, said Mr. Phillips, he communicated to a New Bedford audience, the other day, his purpose of writing his life, and telling his name, and the name of his master, and the place he ran from, the murmur ran round the room, and was anxiously whispered by the sons of the Pilgrims, “He had better not!” and it was echoed under the shadow of the Concord monument, “He had better not!”
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