A grant from the NRA has added some new patrol rifles to the Village of Lowville Police Department. The Grant is worth $3,600, from the National Rifle Association.
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(SOURCE: NY State Police)
An 18 year old Copenhagen man was charged along with 2 other men with sexual misconduct. New York State police arrested Alexander Rodriguez along with 18 year old Aaron Bush of Gouverneur, and 18 year old Gaige Miller of Brier Hill.
The village-owned playground at the Lewis County Fairgrounds will be closed for at least a portion of next week for a midsummer spruce-up.
“It needs some tender loving care,” Deputy Mayor Joseph G. Beagle said.
If you are a lover of the steam locomotive, The Railway Historical Society of Northern New York has a special event for you this weekend. The second annual Iron Horse Days Yellow Ribbon Event will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday the depot off Main Street in the Village of Croghan.
The Yankees lost a close one with the Rangers 7-6.
The Mets lost 8-7 against the Padres.
A crash involving a tractor-trailer took place yesterday morning on route 8 in Deerfield. Oneida County Sheriff deputies report 68 year old Vivian Sparks of Richfield Springs, was traveling westbound in a 2005 Chevy on Route 8 in the driving lane.
The South Lewis Central School District has increased its substitute teacher pay rates beginning in the upcoming school year. The rates will vary depending on degree, experience and number of days worked.
In our police blotter:
(SOURCE: ROME SENTINEL)
A 26-year-old man is accused of kicking another man in the face during a brawl outside a FasTrac convenience store in Old Forge.
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