Tickets are still available for Bernie Williams at the Foothills Performing Arts center Friday night. The show is a homecoming for the former New York Yankee Centerfielder, whose pro career began as an Oneonta Yankee. Foothills spokesman Huemac Garcia explains:
(Huemac Garcia 7-30-13)
Tickets are available at 431-2080 or at FoothillsPAC.org.
Governor Cuomo today signed legislation enacting Jay-J’s Law, which allows for tougher penalties against offenders who have been convicted of repeatedly abusing a child. The law increases the look-back period to elevate penalties for assault on a child younger than 11 years old from 3 years up to 10 years. Jay-J’s Law is named after Jay-J Bolvin, who was severely beaten by his father in 2011, his father was allowed to plead guilty to only misdemeanor assault, the new bill takes effect immediately.
State Troopers arrested 34-year-old Shaun Reed of Endicott, for Criminal Mischief, Disorderly Conduct and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana. Reed is accused of urinating on his roommate’s laptop and damaging it, during the investigation, Reed was found to be in possession of marihuana. Reed was arraigned in the Town of Union Court and remanded to the Broome County Jail.
New York State’s short-term fiscal outlook has improved, but long-term structural balance remains a challenge, according to State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli. DiNapoli said that the state’s 5-year fiscal outlook might have budget gaps of $2 billion next fiscal year and $2.9 billion in the two subsequent years, budget gaps could be as high as $6 billion if the state’s revenue and spending projections aren’t met.
Delaware County Deputies investigated an ATV accident on Dryden Road in the Town of Tompkins Monday. 18-year-old Antonio Ranacelli of Walton was operating an ATV when he left the roadway to enter a trail into the woods. The ATV rolled over throwing Ranacelli from the ATV. He was transported to Albany Medical Center by Life Net helicopter with life threatening injuries and was in serious but stable condition later on in the evening. The investigation is still on going.
State troopers arrested 31 year old Lisa Pastella of Towson, Maryland Sunday with driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .19% Troopers responded to numerous reports of a vehicle driving erratically on I-81 northbound as it entered New York from Pennsylvania. The vehicle pulled into the Gateway rest area where it was blocked in by one of the callers until troopers arrived. Pastella was issued tickets returnable to the Town of Kirkwood Court at a later date.