P.M. NEWS THURSDAY 12-26-13

Norwich police announced that 73-year-old Gary Powell of Norwich has been reported missing.  Powell was last seen yesterday afternoon operating a 2006 PT Cruiser, black, with New York license plate number CKR-5668. Police said that Powell may be suffering from dementia and is in need of dialysis treatment. Anyone with information can call 334-1212. —————————— … [Read more…]

A.M. NEWS THURSDAY 12-26-13

88-year-old Helen Otlz of Kirkwood was found dead near Hallstead on Tuesday. Oltz had been missing since Saturday, she was found dead in a wooded area off of U.S. Route 11 in Hallstead Pennsylvania. Otlz had suffered from dementia, an autopsy is scheduled for today, police do not believe that cause of death to be … [Read more…]

A.M. NEWS Tuesday 12-24-13

A.m. news Tuesday 12-24-13 62-year-old  Barry Renert has been apprehended by the Richmond City Police Department in Virginia, shortly after midnight.  Renert was remanded to the Richmond City Jail, he was wanted for yesterday’s shooting at the 7th Inning Stretch store at 137 Main Street in Cooperstown.  Renert is expected to be extradicted back to … [Read more…]

P.M. NEWS MONDAY 12-23-13

Cooperstown police, State Police & The Otsego county Sheriff’s department are searching for a person of interest, identified as 62 year old Barry Renert, a former employee of “7th Inning Stretch” memorabilia store at 137 Main Street in Cooperstown.  Police reported that Renert fired shots in the store, and shots were returned, at about 9:00 … [Read more…]

A.M. NEWS MONDAY 12-23-13

State Police in Binghamton have been looking for 88-year-old Helen Oltz, who is a vulnerable adult with dementia and may be in need of medical attention. She has been missing since 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, she be driving a 2007 gray Buick Rendezvous SUV with New York registration BXZ-8810.  State Police in Binghamton ask anyone … [Read more…]

P.M. NEWS FRIDAY 12-20-13

Governor Cuomo announced changes yesterday to the mental health situation in the southern tier, with a new plan to keep much of the existing services going, and add new services. Area Assemblyman Cliff Crouch was one of the lawmakers who opposed the initial plans to close down mental health services around the greater Binghamton area, … [Read more…]

A.M. NEWS FRIDAY 12-20-13

Governor Cuomo announced that the Greater Binghamton Health Center  will remain open to provide adults and children’s services to the local communities. Under a revised plan the Greater Binghamton Health Center will maintain 16 children beds,a Children’s Behavioral Health Center of Excellence for the Southern Tier will be established in Binghamton.  The Greater Binghamton Health … [Read more…]