The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office arrested 42-year-old Gary Cameron of Norwich for 2nd degree Burglary.   Cameron allegedly forcibly entered a Town of Norwich residence and stole a television he was arraigned in the Town of Norwich Court and remanded to the Chenango County Correctional Facility on $500 cash bail. Cameron is to appear in the Town of Norwich Court on a later date.


The Otsego County Planning Department, & several other county agencies have teamed up to sponsor a workshop series called “Energy Wise Otsego,” to help people save energy dollars with free assessments and suggestions for home improvement projects.  Outreach Coordinator at Public Policy and Education Fund of NY Solvei Blue comments:

(Solvei Blue 5-8-13)

The workshop series continues this Saturday from 10:30 am until 12:00 Noon, at the Hanford Mills Museum in East Meredith, another one is scheduled for Tuesday, May 28th from 7:00 pm till 8:30PM at the Hartwick Town Hall.  More information is available at 723-0110.


This Saturday will be the 23rd annual Ed Wessells Memorial Canoe Regatta along the Susquehanna River, a precursor to the General Clinton Race on Memorial Day weekend.  More information about the race can be found at sidneychamber.org, the racers expect to get to Sidney at around 1:00 PM Saturday.


The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office arrested 30-year-old Mandie Willis of Cortland on a charge of 3rd degree Forgery.  Willis allegedly forged a document while she was incarcerated in the Chenango County Jail, she was arraigned & was remanded back to the Jail on bail, She is to reappear in the Town of Norwich Court at a later date.


The Otsego county department of health will hold a child safety seat check today from 4:00 to 6:00 PM at the offices of AAA at 195 Oneida Street in Oneonta.  Certified child safety seat technicians will be on hand, they request that parents bring a copy of the manual of their child safety seats to the event.  More information is available at 547-4230.


Promote Oxford Now will hold their next meeting this evening at 7:00 PM at 6 On The Square, in downtown Oxford. PON is a nonprofit organization, mostly made up of local business people that seeks to promote the Oxford business community, to recognize and maintain Oxford’s historic nature and to respect its hometown character and culture.  More information about Promote Oxford Now is available at PON.oxfordny.com or at  843-2121.


State lawmakers are considering a series of bills designed to protect pets and livestock.  Assemblyman Bill Magee comments:


(Magee 5-8-13)


Magee chairs the Assembly agriculture committee which oversees animal related issues.




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