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Brantingham Woman Arrested in Port Leyden

A 42 year old Brantingham woman was charged with driving while impaired by drugs, aggravated unlicensed operation and numerous other violations following a traffic stop in the Village of Port Leyden.

Lowville Police Arrest Central Square Woman

Source: Lowville Village Police

Last evening, the Lowville Village Police Department arrested a 66 year old Elizabeth Pouliot of Central Square NY for DWI-Common law, refusal to submit a breath test and no tail light after a traffic stop. Ms. Pouliot was arraigned in the Village of Lowville Court and remanded to the county jail on $500 cash bail or $1,000 bond. No other details were included in the report. 

News From State Senator Griffo

State Senator Griffo expressed his support after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced proposed legislation stemming from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law Working Group, a blue ribbon panel created in November 2015.

Flu Virus Information

This past February, a policy was put into effect by the State of New York that required health workers that didn’t have flu vaccines to wear masks while working with or around patients.

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