Wet weather looks like it might continue throughout the rest of this week across upstate New York, which is making some residents nervous that a repeat of flooding may hit. Area Meteorologist Rich Townsend told WCDO News that he does not really see that scenario coming:
(Rich Townsend 7-1-13)
WCDO will keep you updated throughout the say of the wet weather patterns, also go to WCDORadio.com and click on the River Levels Icon to follow the height of the waterways near you.
Delaware County sheriff’s Department Investigators arrested 31-year-old Sylvester Dorvil of Utica on a Sealed Indictment warrant handed down by a Delaware County Grand Jury. Dorvil is charged with 1 count of Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, following a 5-month investigation. Dorvil is accused of selling Heroin in the Village of Walton; he was arraigned in the Delaware County Court, and remanded to the Otsego County Correctional Facility where he is currently being held on other charges. He is scheduled to re-appear in Delaware County Court today for further proceedings.
The band “Chicago” will perform in Oneonta tonight to benefit Catskill Area Hospice & Palliative Care. Spokesman Bob Escher comments:
(Bob Escher 7-1-13)
Some tickets are still available at www.cahpc.org. The event begins at 5:30; Chicago’s performance is scheduled to start at 8:30 tonight at the Wright Soccer campus in Oneonta.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Department arrested 18-year-old Devyn Clum of Bloomville for 2nd degree Criminal Contempt. The charges stem from an incident that took place in May where Clum violated an order of protection. Clum will be arraigned at a later date.
The annual Chenango County Toys for Tots Golf Tournament will be held On August 9th this year, at the Canasawacta Country Club in Norwich. The Shotgun start will be at 9:00 AM. More information about Chenango county Toys for Tots will be available at norwich-ny.toysfortots.org
Delaware County Deputies arrested 26-year-old Tatsumi Suyama of Brooklyn for Criminal Possession of Marihuana, following an incident where Suyama is alleged to be in possession of marihuana at the Little Pond State Camp ground. Suyama was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Andes Town Court of July 11th.
A record amount of unclaimed funds, totaling $347 million, were paid out to individuals and organizations in the state’s last fiscal year, according to State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli. This new record surpasses the previous year by $33 million. Currently, there is $12.5 billion in lost or forgotten money that is still waiting to be claimed. New Yorkers can find out if they are owed some of the state’s $12.5 billion in unclaimed funds by visiting www.osc.state.ny.us or by calling toll free at 1-800-221-9311.