on Monday, 21 October 2013.
A 31 year old Carthage man was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a class A misdemeanor. Brian Walseman was arrested after Lowville Village Police received a complaint from Raymond Walseman, the father of the accused, about a stolen motor vehicle. During the investigation, it was discovered that Bryan had taken the truck without consent to use it. Brian Walseman was issued an appearance ticket returnable to the Village of Lowville Court at a later date. The Lowville Police Department was assisted by the Carthage Police Department and the NY State Police.
We spoke with Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush, who discusses the NY SAFE Act.
Assemblyman Blankenbush discusses repealing the NY SAFE Act tomorrow.
There are changes coming to the Boonville Farmers Market. We spoke with Kelly Ulrich, who has more.
Once again, the Boonville Farmers Market will be located at the Boonville United Methodist Church starting this Wednesday.
Lowville State Police are investigating a one car roll-over accident that occurred on the East Road in the Town of Leyden Saturday night. The drivers name has not released because the investigation is in its early stages. He was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, than air air-lifted to a Syracuse hospital. We will have more information as news becomes available.
The Town of Forestport will be holding 2 public workshop meetings to discuss the proposed 2013 Annual budget. The first meeting will be a meeting tonight at 6 PM and the second will be held Wednesday at 6. Both meetings will be held in the Forestport Town Hall on Woodhull Street in Forestport.
A former Fort Drum soldier honored yesterday for bravery during combat in Afghanistan. President Barack Obama bestowed the Congressional Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military honor, on former Army Captain William Swenson at a ceremony in the East Room of the White House. Swenson was recognized for courageous actions while he was an embedded trainer and mentor with the Afghan National Security Forces in northeastern Afghanistan on September 8th, 2009. Swenson, who has a Purple Heart and Bronze Star, retired from the military in February 2011 and now lives in Seattle.
Two people were injured early Saturday morning after a car wandered into the path of a tractor-trailer on Route 12 in the town of Leyden. Lewis County Sheriff’s deputies report that 49 year old Ramona Schwendler, or Port Leyden, was driving her 2007 Dodge Avenger south on Route 12 at about 5:45AM when the vehicle drifted into the northbound lane and was struck by a 2005 tractor-trailer driven by 55 year old Glen M. Cooke of Barrie, Ontario. Ms. Schwendler was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Utica for treatment while Mr. Cook was transported via Port Leyden ambulance to Lewis County General Hospital. An investigation into the accident continues.
Lewis County Public Health will be partnering with NY Connects: Choices for Long Term Care to host a community event which is open to the public. “Meet The Services That Make Your Community” will be held TOMORROW at the Lowville Elks Lodge on Shady Avenue, Lowville from 9-1. This event will be extremely educational for professionals, consumers and students as well as the general public. Lewis County has local resources and services that many are not aware of. This is the time to come out and see what is available in our community. Brenda Campany and Karen Boliver with the Northern Regional Center for Independent Living will speak about the past, present and future mission including discussion about Family Support Services, Community Connections/Recovery Center and Mental Health Advocacy. This presentation will begin at 10 a.m. For more specific information about this event, please call Leah Schneider at 376-5806 or Ellon Grunert at 376-5453.
Whitesboro man charged with DWI
Hawkinsville Dam to be discussed at board meeting
Special event coming to Trinity Church
Old Newsboys event being held today
Nirvana gets grant from National Grid
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