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Old Forge Bus Run

Lewis County Public Transportation has begun a seasonal daily 
bus run to Old Forge.The fee for the ride  is just $1 each way and is available to anyone wishing to use the service.

Sports Review 6/20/15

Sports Review:

MLB:

The Yankees beat the Tigers 7-2. A-Rod joins an exclusive club in style, his 3,000th hit came on a home run, his 667th. Derek Jeter did the same for his 3,000th against the Rays.

Manslaughter Charges Dropped

Lewis County judge Daniel King has dropped the most serious criminal counts against a Deer River woman charged in connection with the death of a teen who overdosed on drugs in her home last December.

NYS Legislation Sexual Assault

Legislation was voted on that would better protect college students from sexual assault. The bill would require all colleges and universities in New York to adopt uniform prevention and response policies and procedures to address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

Police Blotter 6/19/15

In our police blotter for today

(SOURCE: Watertown City Police)

A 23 year old Carthage woman is charged with driving offenses. Watertown Police report Mariah Schroy was charged at 9:55 p.m Tuesday

New CNY Area Code?

State regulators are thinking about adding a second area code to 315 in Central New York,again. This is the fourth time since 1999 that the possibility of a new area code has been discussed. Will this be the year they actually pull the trigger?

Sports Review 6/19/15

Sports Review:

MLB:

The Orioles lost to the Phillies a score 2-1.
The Yankees beat the Marlins 9-4.
The Nationals lost to the Rays 5-3.
The Mets were flown out of town by the Blue Jays a score 7-1.

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