on Monday, 09 December 2013.
2 Harrisville teenagers were charged with conspiracy 6th degree & endangering the welfare of a child. Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies report that the 2 teens, whose names were not released due to their ages, were charged after Deputies responded to Harrisville Central School on a report of 2 students exchanging money for the promise of marijuana being delivered to a residence after school hours. Both students will answer their charges in court at a later date.
The Adirondack Central School Board of Education will be holding their Regular meeting tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the Middle School cafeteria. As we reported last week, the Hawkinsville Dam will be discussed at tonight's Town of Boonville Board meeting, which gets underway tonight at 7 p.m. in the Town & Village Offices.
Congressman Bill Owens announced the government will extend a program that will save tax dollars by greening government operations. According to U.S. Department of Energy, the federal government annually spends approximately $6 billion on energy costs and owns and operates nearly 3 billion square feet of federalbuilding space. The president has agreed to extend for three years a 2011 program that originally challenged federal agencies to use $2 billion of private-sector financing and expertise to make efficiency upgrades. The program directs government agencies to use Energy Savings Performance Contracts and Utility energy Service Contracts to retrofit government buildings with measures that reduce energy use. Agencies that use this program pay for the upgrades with the funds saved by undertaking them. Contractors are not paid for the work until the savings they identify are realized. Examples of projects include small steps like installing programmable thermostats and sensors that turn off lights in empty rooms. Larger steps include using biofuels at government facilities.
More than 22,000 students will receive refunds after being overcharged by a health insurance company. New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman reported that Markel Insurance Company agreed to refund $2.75 million to students across New York State as part of a settlement agreement, which covers students at 34 colleges across New York. Thousands of the students who were overcharged attend schools in New York's SUNY system & the refunds will average about $107 per student. Markel also agreed to pay a penalty of nearly $1 million, which will be split between the Attorney General's office and the Department of FinancialServices.
on Saturday, 07 December 2013.
We spoke with Tammy Suiter, who has more on Hospice services.
Once again, for more information, call 376-5308.
State Police in Lee are investigating a fatal 1 car motor vehicle accident that occurred early yesterday morning on Sulpher Springs Road in Lee Center. Troopers report that a vehicle driven by 22 year old Stephen Burke Jr. was traveling on Sulpher Springs Road when he lost control and struck a tree. The passenger of the vehicle, identified as 24 year old Charles Melnick Jr. of Holland Patent was pronounced dead at the scene. Burke was transported to Rome hospital with minor injuries. The cause of the accident is currently under investigation.
A 57 year old Lewis County man was in Lewis County Court for sentencing on charges that he shot & killed his 29 year old son. Judge Dan King sentenced Lyle Davoy Sr. to 17 years to life in state prison after he pled guilty last month to 2nd degree murder as part of a plea deal as his trial was set to begin. Davoy allegedly shot his son, Lyle Davoy Jr. with a shotgun during an argument in May at a Stillwater Road residence in thetown of Watson.
A 47 year old Rome woman was in Oneida County Court for arraignment on charges connected to a fatal accident that occurred October 19th on Elmer Hill Road in the Town of Western. Grace Pirillo pleaded not guilty before Judge Barry Donalty to one count each of first and second-degree vehicular manslaughter, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, DWI, driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent or greater, driving under the influence of drugs, failure to reduce speed and speeding. She will reappear in court on December 11th to decide whether or not to accept a plea offer from the District Attorney's Office. The details of that offer have not been disclosed. She was remanded back to the Oneida County Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash bail or $100,000 bond. Police reported that Pirillo was northbound on Elmer Hill Road on October 19th when she lost control of car on a curve in the roadway, leaving the pavement and crashing into the corner of a nearby house. A passenger in the vehicle, identified as 53-year-old Mark Salerno, of Oriskany, suffered serious injuries and died several weeks later in a hospital in Syracuse. Pirillo allegedly registered a blood/alcohol content of 0.17% after the crash. She also reportedly had traces of cocaine and/or marijuana in her system according to the indictment.
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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