Spratley Found Not Guilty In Attempted Murder
A former corrections officer from Greene is found not guilty of of attempted murder and assault in connection with a 2015 shooting,
NY State Helps Create Job Opportunities For Disabled
New York is offering new resources to help increase employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
Donation Collection Bins Inspected By Attorney General’s Office
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced that over 4,700 donation collection bins throughout New York now disclose whether clothing or other items deposited in those bins are used for charitable or for-profit purposes.
2017 Is A Record Setter For Fake ID Arrests
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new record for the number of people arrested in 2017 attempting to use fake identification to buy alcoholic beverages under the legal drinking age.
Edmeston Man Accused Of Child Sexual Abuse
An Edmeston man is arrested on multiple charges following an incident in Otsego County involving a child under 15.
3 Arrested In Oneonta Drug Bust
An investigation of drug use and sales in Oneonta resulted in the arrest of three people.
Financial & Credit Survival Skills Workshop In Stamford
The Western Catskills Community Revitalization Council is hosting a Financial and Credit Survival Skills Workshop at the Stamford Village Library on January 23rd from 4 to 6 p.m.
Seward Calls For Extension Of Pistol License Recertification
State Senator James Seward announced he has introduced legislation to extend the deadline for pistol license holders to recertify their licenses with the New York State Police.
Cobleskill Man Faces Child Pornography Charges
A Cobleskill man is facing child pornography charges stemming from an investigation conducted by the FBI, State Police and Cobleskill Police.
State Police Adding 18 Drones
New York State Police will soon be adding drones to its arsenal of law enforcement gear.