A Southern Tier technology company is selling off its assets next month as a part of bankruptcy proceedings. Endicott Interconnect has laid off hundreds of workers and gone through multiple restructurings. A hearing in federal bankruptcy court was held this week to sell the company. Bids will be due September 19th. Any objections will need to be in by September 26 and Endicott Interconnect will be sold that day.
The Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena has undergone a facelift as part of the facility’s 40th anniversary. The upgrades include new seats, a new LED lighting system and renovated concession stands. The project cost $2.5 million and is expected to save $600,000 in energy costs over the next ten years.
Governor Cuomo warned New Yorkers about apartment rental scams throughout the State. The governor said real estate scammers are taking advantage of vulnerable consumers – particularly immigrants and other first-time residents – with false promises of securing rental apartments and illegally charging upfront fees, commissions and deposits. Illegal activity should be reported to the State Division of Consumer Protection at 1-800-697-1220.
State police at Oneonta arrested 39 year old Dan Nead of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA for DWI, Speeding, Driving While Using a Portable Electronic Device and Refusal To Submit To a Breath Test following a traffic stop on Stare Highway 28 in Oneonta. Nead refused to submit to a chemical test and was arraigned in town of Oneonta Court and sent to the Otsego County Jail $5,000 bail.

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