on Tuesday, 22 October 2013.
We spoke with Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush, who discusses repealing the NY SAFE Act.
Assemblyman Blankenbush discusses Common Core standards tomorrow.
The price of gas has dropped locally in the last month, a trend that should continue through the end of the year except for the Thanksgiving and Christmas travel periods, according to Triple A Central Region General Manager Ed Welsh. The average price of gas in the Utica-Rome metro area this weekend was $3.64. That’s down a nickel over the last week and down 16 cents in a month, Welsh said. It’s still not as low as other areas in Central New York and Northern NY where it is $3.55 a gallon in Boonville and as low as $3.45 a gallon in Lowville. Walsh went on to say that there are two major factors driving the price down this time of year. First, demand drops after Labor Day. Second, refineries switch from summer to winter blend, which is cheaper to make. Mr. Walsh thinks the price will be a continuing trend for another few weeks. The prices this year are quite different from this time last year, when gas averaged $4.03 per gallon.
The North Central Zone of the New York State Retired Teachers Association will be holding a Coat’s for Families Giveaway this afternoon from 5-7PM at the Lowville Fire Hall. They want to emphasize that this giveaway is open to EVERYONE, young and old with sizes available from infants through plus adult sizes so you can choose your size AND there is absolutely no charge for the coats. With the cold weather just around the corner, they hope to give away as many coats as possible.
on Monday, 21 October 2013.
A 44 year old Rome woman was charged after a car she was driving crashed into a house and a parked truck in the Town of Western on Saturday, injuring herself and her passenger. Grace F. Pirillo of Rome was charged by Oneida County Sheriff’s deputies with driving while intoxicated and second-degree vehicular assault. Sheriff Deputies said that Pirillo was driving a Volkswagon north on Elmer Hill Road just before 10 a.m. when she failed to negotiate a left curve in the road. Her car veered onto the shoulder and hit a curve warning sign. The vehicle kept going onto a lawn and hit a pickup truck parked in a driveway. After hitting the truck, Pirillo's vehicle spun sideways and hit the corner of a house . None of the residents of the house were injured in the crash. Pirillo was taken to St. Elizabeth's Hospital with rib, neck and leg pain. The front-seat passenger, 53 year old Mark Salerno of Oriskany, was taken to Rome Memorial Hospital with severe head injuries. He was later taken to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse for further medical treatment. He is currently listed in critical condition. Pirillo and Salerno were both wearing seat-belts at the time of the crash and the vehicle's airbags did deploy. Pirillo was arraigned at St. Elizabeth's Hospital by an Oneida County Court judge and held at the county jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.
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.
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