on Thursday, 06 March 2014.
Residents of the Carthage Central School District are being asked what should be done about the former Great Bend Elementary School. The building currently houses administrative offices for the district, although some have been moved to other buildings. District officials stated that the building has become the most expensive building in the district to maintain & has become economically inefficient to run that building. Any renovations could not be funded with state aid, due to not enough students being in the building for it to qualify. A public forum to discuss what should be done will be held by the school district from 6 to 8 p.m. on March 12th at the building with self-guided tours beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Governor Cuomo encourages New Yorkers to begin planning for Maple Weekend events this month, which take place across the state on March 22nd and 23rd and also on March 29th and 30th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. New York currently ranks second nationwide in maple production, accounting for 18% of the nation's output with 574,000 gallons produced in 2013. Also during the 2013 season, New York's maple producers used 2.2 million taps, the largest number of taps since 1949. Maple Weekend, which is an annual event put on by the New York State Maple Producers Association, will take place at more than 100 locations statewide. There, maple producers at will show visitors how maple syrup is produced in sugarhouses, going through the process from tree to table, explaining everything from tubing systems to the evaporation process. For more information on Maple Weekend events throughout New York State, please visit www.mapleweekend.com.
Governor Cuomo announced that New York State Police were successful in 15% of Automated External Defibrillators saves for individuals under sudden cardiac arrest, which is a rate of almost double the national average of 8%. All marked State Police vehicles and state buildings are equipped with the devices, and troopers are given comprehensive, special training to use them in emergency situations. According to the American Heart Association, more than 350,000 people across the country will suffer from sudden cardiac arrest this year alone. By giving an electric shock to the heart to help reestablish normal heart function, use of an AED along with early CPR is one of the most effective treatments for restoring a regular heart rhythm. The Division of State Police began training members and equipping all marked State Police vehicles with AEDs in2007. More than 6,000 employees of the State Police have completed training in the use of AEDs and CPR.
on Wednesday, 05 March 2014.
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. We spoke with Ellon Grunert from Lewis County Public Health & Christine Flint with Lewis County General Hospital, who have more on an awareness event coming up this week.
We will have more on colon cancer awareness tomorrow.
A special benefit concert is coming up this weekend. We spoke with Angus Saunders with Trinity Episcopal Church, who has more.
We will have more on Doctors without Borders tomorrow.
A 22 year old Croghan woman has been arrested on a bench warrant. Lowville Police report that Kayleigh Arnold was arrested in Albany on a warrant issued by Village of Lowville Court for failure to appear. Arnold was transported to Lewis County by State Police & arraigned in Village Court, then remanded to the LewisCounty Jail on $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond.
An 18 year old Lowville man is facing a charge of falsely reporting an incident. Lowville Police report that Peter Smith was charged after he allegedly made approximately 30 calls or visits to the Lewis County General Hospital Emergency Room, Lewis County Search & Rescue, Lowville Fire Department, Lewis County 911 Center, & the Lowville Police Department between December 1st, 2013 & January 27th, 2014. An investigation by police determined that Smith was allegedly falsely reporting many of these calls &/or visits.He was arraigned in Village of Lowville Court & was remanded to the Lewis County Jail on $500 cash bail or $1,000 bond. Additional charges are pending.
Charges against a Remsen man have been dropped in Oneida County Court. Craig Lockwood had been arrested multiple times over several months on charges of assault, harassment and stalking, stemming from domestic violence claims made by his estranged wife, Savannah Loce-Lockwood. The accusations costLockwood his job as a state correction officer. His wife has since admitted that she made the accusation up in an attempt to gain custody of their son. The final criminal charge against Lockwood was dropped at theprosecution's request this week in Oneida County Court. Mr. Lockwood's attorney says his client's main goals now are winning full custody of his son and getting his job back. Prosecutors say Savannah Loce Lockwood will likely be charged.
BRCS Superintendent updates capital project
Website available to help combat teen alcoholism
Pursuit suspect facing additional charges
Forestport man charged with reckless endangerment
Carthage man charged with possession of stolen property
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