The Unadilla chamber of commerce announced several Christmas activities in the village of Unadilla tomorrow. Unadilla chamber president Jackie Carey explains:
Refreshments and special sales from Unadilla merchants will also be feature tomorrow during their annual Christmas celebration.
The Sidney center improvement group will host the annual “Holiday in the Hamlet” in Sidney center Saturday night. Group Director Michael Sellitti explains:
The Sidney center improvement group will also continue to work to improve surrounding waterways to prevent future flooding; the group was formed following the 2006 flooding of Carr’s creek.
A Sidney native will share the spotlight in an artistic exhibit at the Wilber mansion in downtown Oneonta, with the opening reception tonight. Beth Brown told WCDO news about the exhibit:
Brown is a photographer and educator currently based in Brooklyn; she previously had an exhibit at the Sidney library Smart community room.
The Oneonta Theater has shows scheduled tonight, Saturday night as well as later in the month, and on New Years Eve. Theater Director Tom Cormier explains:
Cormier said that a meeting is scheduled next week regarding future funding opportunities for the theater, to keep it open into 2013.
Mannheim Steamroller will perform live for two performances at the Forum Theatre in Binghamton Sunday, at 3:00 & 7:30 PM. Tickets are still available through Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000, ticket master.com or at the arena box office.
The Chenango county health department has scheduled another free rabies clinic for dogs, cats & domesticated ferrets on Saturday. The event will be held Saturday from 9:30 to 11:30 at the city of Norwich fire station. More information is available at 337-1673.
State Troopers arrested 27-year-old Manaseh Anim of Oneonta for Driving While Intoxicated and other Vehicle & Traffic charges. The arrest resulted from a traffic stop on the Exit 14 ramp of Interstate 88 in Oneonta, Anim was issued an Appearance Ticket returnable to the City of Oneonta Court on December 19th.
State Troopers arrested 66-year-old Robert Hoag of Colliersville for vehicle and traffic charges and on an Arrest Warrant issued by the City of Oneonta Court for 2nd degree Criminal Contempt. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop on Interstate 81 in the Town of Dickinson, Hoag was arraigned in the Town of Fenton Court and was remanded to the Broome County Jail on $500 cash bail.