A wage board convened by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to vote to raise the hourly minimum rate for fast food workers in New York state from the current $8.75 cents an hour to as high as $15 an hour when it meets today.
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The Yankees one up’d the Orioles 3-2.
The Mets took revenge against the Nationals 7-2.
From the Village of Boonville Police:
30 year old Anthony Hirsch from Croghan was arrested Friday evening by Boonville Police. Hirsch was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign, driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated with a .08% BAC or higher, unlicensed operation, uninspected motor vehicle, use of scanner device in a motor vehicle and unlawful possession of marijuana.
In our police blotter for today…
(SOURCE: Lewis Co Sheriff)
33 year old Eric Bruce of Brantingham was arrested by Lewis County Sheriff’s deputies Monday morning following a domestic dispute in the Town of Lyonsdale. Mr. Bruce is accused of operating a 2000 Plymouth Voyager van without consent from the owner, following the domestic incident.
Synthetic Marijuana is becoming a danger to first responders and paramedics. Since January, the Upstate New York Poison Center in Syracuse has handled nearly 400 calls related to a spike in usage of the drug.
An injunction that would have prohibited the Adirondack Scenic Railroad from operating over a section of track near Lake Colby has been rejected by the courts. The Lake Colby Association had sought the court order because of the group’s concerns about the condition of the rail-bed and safety of the tracks.
The Nationals had their way with the Mets a score 7-2.
The Red Sox and the Angels battled in a double header. The Red Sox were swamped in game one a score 11-1. The second game the Angels took 7-3.
A threat yesterday morning forced the evacuation of Calvary Bible Church in Greig, The threat turned out to be a hoax. A caller to the county's 9-1-1 center at 10 a.m. Sunday, "was very specific in nature," according to Sheriff Mike Carpinelli.
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