A.M. NEWS THURSDAY 2-19-15

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American Red Cross blood drives are scheduled today. One blood drive will be held in Cooperstown from 1:00 to 6:00 PM at the Christ Episcopal Church, 69 Fair Street. Another will be held in Oneonta from 12:00 Noon to 5:00 PM at Hartwick College. Appointments can be made at visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS. …

P.M. NEWS WEDNESDAY 2-18-15

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State Police in Norwich arrested 31-year-old Michael Holbert of Sherburne on 1 count of animal cruelty, in violation of the New York State Agriculture and Markets Law. Holbert is accused of failing to provide adequate shelter and sustenance for his dog, which resulted in its death. State Agriculture and Markets Law requires that people must …

A.M. NEWS WEDNESDAY 2-18-15

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Delaware County Sheriff Deputies responded to a one-car property damage accident Saturday on County Highway 14 in the Town of Franklin. 55 year old Timothy Lynch of Treadwell, is accused of operating a motor vehicle while in an intoxicated state, he was arrested for driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right & will appear …

P.M. NEWS TUESDAY 2-17-15

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The 3rd murder trial of Cal Harris continued today in Schoharie County Court. Former Harris Family Nanny Barbara Thayer took the stand again this morning after a 5-day layoff. Harris is accused of killing his estranged wife Michelle in September 2001, he was convicted twice for murder in Tioga county Court, both convictions were overturned …

A.M. NEWS TUESDAY 2-17-15

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New Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie will push for the passage of the “DREAM” Act, which would make state-level college tuition aid available to those in the country illegally. Heastie also called for expanding the Tuition Assistance Program. Heastie’s Heastie’s plan is opposed by Senate Republicans, Governor Cuomo supports the DREAM Act, and included it as …

P.M. NEWS MONDAY 2-16-15

The battle lines have been drawn this year between Governor Cuomo, the Legislature & the New York state teacher’s union, over edcuation reforms. Governor Cuomo said last month that the teachers evaluation enacted last year, was a joke; (Cuomo 2-16-15) State Senator John Bonacic said that public schools & charter schools need to be graded …

A.M. NEWS MONDAY 2-16-15

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Chenango County Sheriff’s Department arrested a New Berlin resident for 4th Degree Grand Larceny. 49-year-old Mary Gorman was charged for allegedly stealing over $4,500 from the victim by using a debit card that did not belong to her to make purchases. She was arraigned in the Town of Norwich Court. She was released and is …

P.M. NEWS FRIDAY 2-13-15

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The City of Oneonta is experiencing a treated water supply shortage as a result of a break in an 8” high service line on upper West Street. All municipal water customers in the City and Town of Oneonta are asked to immediately comply with water conservation measures, until further notice. Residents with questions about water …

A.M. NEWS FRIDAY 2-13-15

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Governor Cuomo is giving a challenge to the state Legislature to enact ethics reforms quickly, or face the possibility that a 5th straight on time budget will not happen: (Cuomo 2-13-15) Cuomo reiterated the need for ethics reforms for lawmakers, after Sheldon silver became the most recent legislative leader to be arrested on corruption charges. …