Norwich Police arrested 55-year-old John Stacy of Norwich for Possessing Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child & Failure to register as a Sex Offender. Stacy is accused of possessing pornographic materials containing children under the age of 16 & failing to notify authorities of his social media accounts within the required 10 day period for registered Level 2 sex offenders. Stacy was arraigned in Norwich City Court & was remanded to the Chenango County Jail on $50.000 cash bail pending court action on September 19th.
Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 42 year old Brad Stafford of Sidney Center, on an arrest warrant from the Town of Hancock Court, where he had been charged with 4th degree Grand Larceny. Stafford is accused of stealing more than $1800 from his employer by selling bluestone owned by his employer and retaining the payment it. Stafford was arraigned at the Town of Hancock Court and was released on recognizance on that charge, Stafford was returned to the Delaware County Jail where he is being held on an unrelated matter.
The Village of Sidney Board of Trustees will hold a special board meeting on Monday, at 7:00 AM in the board room of the Sidney Civic Center. The purpose of this meeting is to approve the grant funding on the Construction of a Full Length Parallel Taxiway for the Sidney Municpal Airport.
Governor Cuomo signed an executive order prohibiting state agencies and officers from inquiring about or disclosing an individual’s immigration status unless required by law or it is deemed necessary to determine eligibility for a benefit or service. Cuomo also said that law enforcement officers are blocked from seeking immigration status information unless they are investigating illegal criminal activity, which includes when an individual approaches a law enforcement officer seeking assistance, is the victim of a crime, or is witness to a crime.
Chenango County Sheriff’s Department arrested 18 year old Samantha Clipston of Norwich for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance. Clipston was arraigned in the City of Norwich Court and remanded to the Chenango County Jail on $10,000 cash bail. The arrest is the result of an ongoing investigation into the sale and possession of Heroin in the City of Norwich. The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the City of Norwich Police Department.
The Annual Unadilla Rotary Autumn Harvest festival will be held this Saturday, with a variety of activites planned, Unadilla Rotary President Robert Knox explains:
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The event will be held Saturday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Unadilla Community Field.
The Tri Town Regional Hospital’s 3rd Annual Health Fair will be held Saturday at Keith Clark Park in Sidney, spokesperson Amy Beveridge explains:
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The event will run from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
The 8th Annual Sidney Center Tractor Parade will be held Saturday. The parade will begin at 12:00 Noon, more information is available at 369-9494, 369 9074 or 369 4538.
Local Assemblyman Cliff Crouch announced his annual fundraising Pig Roast, to be held at General Clinton Park in Bainbridge. The event will be held on Sunday September 17th from 12:00 Noon to 3:00 PM.
State Senator Fred Akshar will join Town of Bainbridge Supervisor Dolores Nabinger and local leaders today to officially open the Bainbridge Salt Shed. The $100,000 project will now provide protection from weather and erosion for winter road salt, Previously, road salt had to be stored on the bare ground and covered only by a tarp. Akshar will also help introduce Bainbridge Free Library & Town Hall Theatre’s presentation of Jack and the Beanstalk performed by the Tri Cities Opera,
The American Legion of Bainbridge will hold a Chicken Barbecue Saturday, in front of the Family Dollar Store, North Main Street in Bainbridge, from 1030 AM until all sold out. All proceeds will be used to finance Community programs and services provided by Post 806 in the Bainbridge area.
On Saturday, Oneonta World of Learning presents its Grand Opening Celebration. In 2015, the Town of Oneonta offered OWL the use of the Fortin House at 167 Youngs Road in Fortin Park. A team of volunteers & contractors transformed the space into a year-round children’s museum. Saturday’s Grand Opening runs from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM; It is free and open to the public.