Firefighters Sue Siren Maker Over Their Hearing Loss

New York — There were times by the end of his shift that firefighter Joseph Nardone’s head would be pounding, his eyes crossing from the noise of the siren on his truck. “The siren was so loud inside the cab that it actually physically hurt,” said the former New York City fire battalion chief. Even though he’s been retired for over a decade, he said, the effects of the sirens linger in hearing loss that has left him unable to...

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Claremont Ford Dealer Ordered — Again — to Pay Restitution

Claremont — Arrien Schiltkamp, owner of the financially troubled Claremont Ford Lincoln dealership that was forced to close over the summer, had his retail seller license permanently revoked by the state Banking Department last week and was ordered, again, to pay full restitution to consumers and an administrative fine of $265,000. Documents also show that Schiltkamp is being investigated by the Consumer Protection and Antitrust...

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