P.M. NEWS MONDAY 9-15-14

WCDO, News, Radio, NY, Sidney, New York

The 10 regional councils are making their presentations today & tomorrow, to funding projects with a portion of the $700 million in state aid being offered. The Hudson Valley and Finger Lakes councils will make their presentations Monday afternoon. The Southern Tier council will make its pitch Tuesday. The next round of funding is expected …

A.M. NEWS MONDAY 9-15-14

WCDO, News, Radio, NY, Sidney, New York

State University of New York Empire State College will hold public information sessions about its associate and bachelor’s degree programs at its Binghamton location today. The session will be in the State Office Building, Room 505 at 44 Hawley Street, Binghamton today at 4:30 PM. More information is available at 721-8651. ——————————————- The Chenango County …

P.M. NEWS FRIDAY 9-12-14

WCDO, News, Radio, NY, Sidney, New York

State Police arrested 56-year-old Michael Muller of Denver, New York for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated with a reportable BAC result of .24%, 3 times the legal limit. The arrest occurred after a vehicle stop for driving left of the pavement markings on State Route 23 in Davenport, Muller was issued tickets returnable to the Town of …

A.M. NEWS FRIDAY 9-12-14

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Otsego County will be holding its annual Household Hazardous Waste Event for Small Businesses today from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Meadows Office Complex in Cooperstown. Businesses in Otsego County are eligible to bring hazardous materials to the collection day event; those that qualify will receive a subsidy of $50 for cost associated …

P.M. NEWS THURSDAY 9-11-14

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A candlelight vigil will be held today in honor of State Trooper Christopher Skinner at 6:00 PM at Port Dickinson Community Park. The event is organized by the town and by State Police Troop C, & is open to the public. Trooper Skinner had pulled over a car May 29 on I-81 in Chenango Bridge, …

A.M. NEWS THURSDAY 9-11-14

WCDO, News, Radio, NY, Sidney, New York

Governor Cuomo is in New York City Today, where he will be participating in the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony at the World Trade Center Site in lower Manhattan.   This afternoon at 1:30 PM, Governor Cuomo will Participate in the 9/11 Memorial Motorcycle Ride, also in New York City. First responders from all over the state …

P.M. NEWS WEDNESDAY 9-10-14

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Tickets are still available for the upcoming Catholic Charities event “Bands, Brews & Barbecue” on September 20th at the Chenango county fairgrounds in Norwich. Catholic Charities Director Robin Beckwith explains: (Robin Beckwith 9-10-14) Beckwith said that tickets are available at the Catholic Charities Norwich office as well as the Norwich YMCA, Commerce Chenango, Garf’s deli, …

A.M. NEWS WEDNESDAY 9-10-14

WCDO, News, Radio, NY, Sidney, New York

Governor Andrew Cuomo easily defeated Zephyr Teachout for the Democratic Party nomination yesterday, in the state party primary elections. Cuomo received about 62% of the vote, will Teachout getting 34% of the Democratic Party support. Cuomo will face Republican Rob Astorino on Election Day. In the Lieutenant Governor’s race, Kathy Hochul defeats Timothy Hu. —————————– …

P.M. NEWS TUESDAY 9-9-14

WCDO, News, Radio, NY, Sidney, New York

The Otsego County Sheriffs department arrested 26-year-old Dale Thompson of Oneonta in connection with dozens of Burglaries.  Detectives learned that Thompson traveled to Boston Massachusetts, New Hartford  & Albany with stolen property, & that he was also arrested for burglaries in North & South Carolina.  Investigators searched Thompson’s apartment, and recovered stolen property from a …

A.M. NEWS TUESDAY 9-9-14

WCDO, News, Radio, NY, Sidney, New York

There will be a Republican primary in the 52nd Senate District. The state Board of Elections officially certified the primary between Denver Jones and incumbent Senator Tom Libous, following a legal battle over the validity of Jones’s signatures for the ballot. The state Supreme Court Appellate Division ruled Jones had at least 1,000 valid signatures …