Our whacky story for this week takes us to the street of New York City where the NYPD captured a 2-foot long alligator wandering the streets of upper Manhattan.
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The Yankees were put out of commission by the Twins 10-1.
The Mets lost to the LA Dodgers 7-2.
The Red Sox beat the Tigers 2-1.
Your Blazers lost a double header on the road in Newark a score 5-0 in game one, game two 7-1. Tonight they take on the Dutchman in Boonville at 7:00!! Tomorrow is an afternoon double header against the Pioneers; first game is at 3:00.
Source: Release From Lowville Village Police
The Village of Lowville Police arrested three male subjects for harassment in the 2nd degree at the Lewis County Fair last evening. Lowville Police were requested on scene for a male subject found laying on the ground who had been involved in a physical altercation.
Medical marijuana is poised to be an economic flop in New York, according to a Syracuse University business professor who invests in the legal marijuana industry. John Torrens, a professor of entrepreneurial practice in SU's Whitman School, calls New York's medical marijuana law "the worst in the nation in terms of its business friendliness and accessibility for patients."
The McConnellsville community came together last night to hold a candlelight vigil for Gavin Warren, who was found unresponsive in a swimming pool Wednesday night.
The South Lewis Central School District plans to offer free meals to all students at its two elementary schools, courtesy of a state program, next school year.
The change in the parade route has a silver lining….Boonville Fair Officials announced that because of the confusion, fair officials are offering free entry to the parade from 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Tuesday so people are able to watch the parade from the grandstands. The parade begins at 7:00 p.m. and, our own George Capron & B-Train will MC the parade from the stage at the grandstand.
The Yankees are starting to run away with the AL Eastern Division as they sweep the Orioles in three games, a score last night 9-3.
The Mets were shut down 3-0 by the LA Dodgers.
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