on Thursday, 05 September 2013.
An incident in the City of Watertown has resulted in the arrest of a 32 year old Harrisville woman. City Police report that Jacquelyn Smith was charged with attempted assault 2nd degree, which is a felony, and criminal possession of a weapon 4th degree after she allegedly struck a man in the left side of his head with a bottle of rum. Smith was arraigned in City Judge Court & was remanded to the Jefferson County Jail on $1,000 cash bail.
A missing woman has been located. State Police in Herkimer report that they located Ann "Sally" Olsovsky unharmed. Olsovsky was last seen around 7:30 AM yesterday morning at the intersection of Gravesville Road and Partride Hill Road in the Town of Russia in Herkimer County. She was located late yesterday afternoon and appears to be in good health but is being evaluated by local EMS. Her family is with her at the time of the report.
The State Department of Transportation is propsing a project in downtown Boonville. We spoke with DOT Regional Engineer Brian Hoffman, who discusses parking issues.
We have more on parking issues tomorrow. A map of the project is available on our websites, the moose.net & theblizzard.net. Go to the news section & click on the link. It will take some time to download.
We spoke with Beaver River Central School Superintendent Leueen Smithling, who discusses assessments of the recent Common Core Test results.
We have more with Mrs. Smithling tomorrow.
The New York State Police would like to remind the public there is less than a week remaining to apply to take the upcoming Trooper Examination. The deadline to apply is September 8th. Over 26, 000 people have signed up to take the exam. The State Police encourage the public to take advantage of this testing opportunity, which won't happen again for at least another four years. In June, Governor Cumo announced that on-line applications were available for the upcoming statewide Trooper examination. Exams are scheduled for October 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th and will be offered at several convenient locations around the state.
Trinity Episcopal Church in Lowville is celebrating its 175th anniversary this Sunday. We spoke with Father Ed Murphy, who has more.
We will have more on the Church tomorrow.
Those who wish to properly dispose of their worn, ripped or tattered US flags can now drop them off in the Village of Lowville. The American Legion Post has placed a former post office box at the rear of their building on Dayan Street for easy drive-up & drop-off of their used flags. The LEgion will then dispose of the flag according to the US Flag Code.
A long-time employee of the Boonville Municipal Commission was recently hnored by the NYS Municipal Electric Utilities Association. Tom Lastowski was presented with the DBH Dalrymple Community Service Award. Mr. Lastowski was nominated by the Village & the Municipal Commission for the award, which goes to a numicipal employee that demonstrates an enthusiastic & material role in community services & activities. In addition to working for the Municipal Commission for the past 34 years, Mr. Lastowski has been involved in numerous clubs & organizations.
Snodeo starts tomorrow
Toys continue to be collected
Economic Development Council grants announced
Rome woman pleads guilty to vehicular manslaughter
Greig woman charged with identity theft
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