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Sports Review 8/31/15

Sports review


The Yankees hit the throttle wide open against the Braves, knocking down 21 hits and winning 20-6.
The Mets one up’d the Red Sox 5-4.

Tony Stewart Didn't See Kevin Ward Jr.

New statements from Tony Stewart, who struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. of Port Leyden, last year during a race, have reviled that he claimed not seeing Kevin on the race track after the two brushed sides, which caused Kevin to spin out.

Police Blotter 8/29/15

Jeremy S. Simmons, 25, Castorland, was charged by state police at 11:54 a.m. Aug. 26 with endangering the welfare of a child. He is summoned to appear in Denmark Town Court.

Upgrades to New York State Park's Playgrounds!!

If you enjoy spending time with family at our local area State Parks, you and especially the kids will like this story! New York State has given $2.5 million dollars to build or upgrade a total of 13 playgrounds within State Parks!

Sports Review 8/29/15

Sports Review


The Yankees bounced back and beat the Braves 15-4.
The Mets couldn’t beat the Red Sox, a score 6-4.

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