WCDO NEWS THURSDAY 5-4-17

The National Weather Service surveyed an area of storm damage from Monday’s Storm, in Chenango County. Damage to trees was found near Oxford, the damage became more concentrated along Lyon Brook Road northeast of Oxford, where numerous trees were uprooted and snapped near Pratt Road. The tree damage pattern indicated either straight-line winds, indicating a … [Read more…]

WCDO NEWS WEDNESDAY 5-3-17

NYSEG reports that over 500 power lines & over 80 Power poles were damaged by Monday’s storm. Dry ice & bottle water will be available at Norwich, Oxford & Windsor Fire Departments today until 8:00 PM. About 90% of customers that lost power, should be restored by tonight at 10:00 PM, the remaining 10% should … [Read more…]

WCDO NEWS TUESDAY 5-2-17

State Senator Jim Seward joined community, labor and business leaders to announce the launch of New Yorkers for Affordable Energy, which supports increasing access to natural gas for manufacturing facilities, power production, transportation, and other purposes to support New York’s economy and quality of life: (Seward 5-2-17) Seward said that the Coalition partners includes the … [Read more…]

WCDO NEWS MONDAY 5-1-17

Binghamton police are investigating the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Tyquan Gumbs at 10 Fayette Street in the city Friday night. Gumbs was found at the rear of the building, anyone with information is asked to contact the Police Department at 772-7080. —————————————– Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 25-year-old James Blount of Walton, Friday on charges … [Read more…]

WCDO NEWS FRIDAY 4-28-17

Governor Cuomo announced that green policies at state agencies saved New York taxpayers $19.6 million in the first five years, while also reducing paper use and waste and increasing recycling. A new report by the Office of General Services also found that state agencies are using green cleaning products, capturing and reusing rainwater, and generating … [Read more…]

WCDO NEWS THURSDAY 4-27-17

Vulto Creamery of Walton has been named in a wrongful death lawsuit by the widow of Richard Friedman of Vermont, Veronica Friedman. Mr. Friedman died November 2nd 2016 after suffering a massive stroke caused by the Listeriosis infection he suffered from eating the raw milk cheese manufactured by the Vulto Creamery, which was contaminated with … [Read more…]

WCDO NEWS WEDNESDAY 4-26-17

People all over the world are weighing in on naming the baby boy Giraffe, born at Animal Adventure in the town of Colesville recently, where millions watched the birth live on their web-stream. Jordan Patch of Animal Adventure told WCDO News that the first round of voting ended last night where the names were paired … [Read more…]