Monthly Archives: February 2016

  • For local politics buffs, all eyes on Super Tuesday

    For local politics buffs, all eyes on Super Tuesday Local political junkies will be laser-focused on about a dozen states where citizens are casting votes.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News For local politics buffs, all eyes on Super Tuesday

  • Watertown woman charged with falsely reporting an incident

    Watertown woman charged with falsely reporting an incident pWATERTOWN — Leeann M. Jarvis, 29, of Watertown was charged by state police on Sunday morning with third-degree falsely reporting an incident./ppShe was given an appearance ticket for Pamelia Town Court. State police did not provide any other information./p Source: Watertown…

  • Man facing charges after domestic incident

    Man facing charges after domestic incident Cortland, NY (WBNG Binghamton) On Saturday Feb. 27 the Cortland County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 domestic call from Rocky Acres Trailer Park in Town of Willet. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News Man facing charges after domestic incident

  • Police cite Watertown woman with criminal mischief

    Police cite Watertown woman with criminal mischief pWATERTOWN — Jessica M. Beutel, 27, of 137 Duffy St., Watertown, was charged by city police on Sunday morning with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree harassment./ppPolice said she hit Antonio P. Derrigo, 39, in his face and pulled his necklace, causing it…

  • NCAA Division I hockey Thunder-struck by Athena/Odyssey

    NCAA Division I hockey Thunder-struck by Athena/Odyssey Four players from Athena/Odyssey’s undefeated state title team of 2009 are playing D-1 hockey.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News NCAA Division I hockey Thunder-struck by Athena/Odyssey

  • Copenhagen man charged with contempt

    Copenhagen man charged with contempt pMASSENA — State police on Friday charged John M. Swinyer, 33, of 9765 State Route 12, Copenhagen, with second-degree criminal contempt, a misdemeanor./ppTroopers charge that about 6:32 p.m. on Center Street in the village, Mr. Swinyer contacted a protected party, April L. Castle, 26,…

  • Some back to work despite state’s payment lag

    Some back to work despite state’s payment lag BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Whether the state has made good on an estimated $80 million in late payments to contractors at Solar City remains in question. But at least one of the major unions representing dozens of workers there returned to…

  • Bronx man accused of using $50 counterfeit bill

    Bronx man accused of using counterfeit bill pWATERTOWN — Gabriel Castillo, 20, Bronx, was charged by city police on Sunday morning with first-degree possession of a forged instrument, a felony, and second-degree falsifying business records and false personation, both misdemeanors. /ppPolice said he used a counterfeit $50 bill to…

  • Explaining the Jamie McGinn trade

    Explaining the Jamie McGinn trade BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — It appears the 2016 NHL trade deadline had a case of the Mondays. On a deadline day that saw a paltry thirteen trades completed, the Buffalo Sabres — known to be trade-heavy under GM Tim Murray — made just one deal, trading…

  • Potsdam man charged with forgery

    Potsdam man charged with forgery pPOTSDAM — State police on Friday charged Ronald G. Rice, 57, of 21 River Drive, with second-degree forgery and second-degree possessing a forged instrument, both felonies./ppTroopers charge that about 2:25 p.m. on Tuesday , at the Village Market, Mr. Rice signed his wife’s name…