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Pair of Lowville Village Police officials under investigation remain on the job, report says
LOWVILLE- The two Lowville Village Police Department Officials under investigation for alleged false time sheets are still on the job. This update is according to the latest from WWNY-TV. Last week, the Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office unveiled a letter concerning Police Chief Randy Roggie and Sergeant Philip Turck.
Lowville police chief, sergeant remain on job with possible arrest looming
LOWVILLE, New York (WWNY) - The Lowville police chief and an officer, both under investigation, remain on the job. Village Attorney Jim Burrows tells 7 News that Chief Randy Roggie and Sergeant Philip Turck are still working - and the village board has a meeting Wednesday. Last week we reported...
Pride Month celebrations kick off in Lowville with a picnic
LOWVILLE, New York (WWNY) - June is Pride Month and festivities in the North Country kicked off in Lewis County Sunday afternoon. Lewis County’s Pride Committee in conjunction with ACR Health put on the 4th annual Pride Picnic at the Lewis County Fairgrounds. The event featured local vendors and...
Watertown Man Facing D.W.I. and other charges in the Town of Harrisburg
TOWN OF HARRISBURG-A 45 year old Watertown man was arrested for D.W.I. following a vehicle stop in the Town of Harrisburg early Sunday morning. Lewis County Sheriff’s deputies report Greig A. Hughes was driving north bound on State Route 12 at a high rate of speed when the traffic stop was initiated. Upon further investigation, deputies said Hughes appeared to be intoxicated and he failed sobriety tests at the scene. Hughes then reportedly registered a .14% blood alcohol content during a roadside breath test. He was transported to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office where he officially registered a .15% blood alcohol content. He was charged with Driving While Intoxicated with a Blood Alcohol Content over .1%, having an open container, as well as traffic violations. Hughes was processed and released with appearance tickets returnable to the Town of Harrisburg Court at a later date.
Boonville man found to have active Oneida County Family Court arrest warrant following traffic stop near McKeever
MCKEEVER- A local man was found to have an active arrest warrant following a traffic stop last Wednesday in the Western Adirondacks, according to authorities. Joshua R. Nellenbach, 31, of Boonville, NY is officially charged with aggravated unlicensed operation in the 2nd degree, unlicensed operator and driver's view obstructed, according to the Town of Webb Police Department.
Brothers and father accused of conspiring to attack a man
Jun. 2—HARRISVILLE — An attack on March 11 allegedly planned by three men in the same family led to an injured victim, felony charges and brothers jailed. According to a Lewis County Sheriff's Office news release, deputies were called to Richards Road in the town of Diana after a "disturbance" was reported at about 10:30 p.m. Police found three "smashed" vehicles and an unnamed man with a displaced nasal bone fracture and a "laceration to his head." According to Johns Hopkins Medicine online, lacerations are cuts that "tend to be caused by blunt trauma."
Father, 2 sons charged with conspiracy in alleged assault
DIANA, New York (WWNY) - A father and his two sons are charged with conspiracy after allegedly luring a man to a remote Lewis County road where he was beaten, and his car was destroyed. According to an investigator with the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office, the conspiracy involved 56-year-old Ronald...
Man arrested in pursuit that damaged Watertown patrol vehicle
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - A Watertown man is accused of ramming his pickup truck into a Watertown police vehicle twice, severely damaging the SUV. Police say they tried to stop 31-year-old Travis Lashure’s pickup for speeding around 11:15 p.m. last Thursday in the 200 block of State Street.
2023 Tug Hill Sages nomination process now open, Commission says
TUG HILL- 2023 marks the twelfth-year for the Tug Hill Commission and its nomination process for Sages. Becoming a Tug Hill Sage is a distinction bestowed upon local individuals with vast knowledge of the Tug Hill region’s heritage and environment and that have shown a lifelong involvement in the region.
Letter to Lewis County DA and Lowville Mayor suggests “sufficient evidence exists” to arrest two members of Lowville Police Department
LOWVILLE- Sufficient evidence reportedly exists to arrest a pair of figures from the Lowville Police Department over alleged falsified timesheets. This development blossomed Thursday afternoon when the press got wind of a letter, which was published by the Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office and delivered to Lewis County DA Leanne Moser and Lowville Mayor Joseph Beagle.
Pursuit leads deputies through much of Lewis County
LOWVILLE, New York (WWNY) - A Waddington man led law enforcement on a pursuit through several townships Thursday. Lewis County sheriff’s deputies say they were alerted by Jefferson County dispatchers to be on the lookout for a vehicle traveling east on State Route 177 at a high rate of speed and on only three wheels.
School grows own lettuce for lunches
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Farm-to-table programs are becoming more abundant across the north country and Edwards-Knox Central School has been able to supply its students with fresh lettuce every week. “Using the lettuce, it really teaches the younger generations how to grow,” said Beau Bidwell, a senior at Edwards-Knox....
June 17, 19: The 10th Annual Watertown Juneteenth
Watertown will hold its 10th Annual Juneteenth Celebration with a festival and a Flag Raising Ceremony. The festival will be Saturday, June 17, from noon until 5 p.m. at Jefferson Community College, 1220 Coffeen Street. The festival will be open to the public and feature local and surrounding area artists, community, food, education and more. […]
Rodman home destroyed in early morning fire
TOWN OF RODMAN, New York (WWNY) - State and local emergency management coordinators are investigating a fire that happened in the Town of Rodman Saturday morning. Not much is left standing of a home on County Route 69. According to Rodman Fire Chief Josh Main, crews arrived to find flames...
City council approves using savings to pay for Flynn Pool rehab, bonding still an option
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - It remains unclear how Watertown officials plan to fund the Flynn Pool project. City council approved using its savings to pay for the multi-million dollar rehab Monday night, but the option to bond is still on the table. Council needed unanimous support to discuss bonding...
Coast Guard explains relocation from Massena to Fort Drum
SACKETS HARBOR, N.Y. (WWTI) — The North Country’s Coast Guard unit responsible for pollution control and safety response is moving. U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment Massena confirmed earlier this month that it will relocate its staff from Massena, New York to the Fort Drum military installation. According...
April showers bring May flowers; dry Mays bring brush fires, including in Forestport
A brush fire that charred eight acres in Forestport last week was likely a sign of the region’s strangely rain-less May. It was the 10th dryest May on record in the Syracuse area, the dryest ever in the Binghamton area and the third dryest ever in the Scranton area, according to National Weather Service data. The service does not have records for Oneida County, but it shoud be pretty close to Onondaga Cunty, said meteorologist Jake Chalupsky, of the NWS’s Binghamton office.
Interview: Jeffery French talks upcoming Headstone Dedication Ceremony for three Lewis County Civil War Veterans
LOWVILLE- A special headstone dedication ceremony for three Civil War Veterans native to Lewis County will be held Saturday, June 10. These ceremonies, according to Secretary Treasurer for the Walter H French Camp #17 Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Jeff French, will honor three Civil War Veterans from the Lewis County area. This includes Clark Taft Van Valkenburg, James Nolan, Jr. and Albert Loffler.
Fort Drum begins 100% ID check at all gates
FORT DRUM, N.Y. (WWTI) — Changes have been made at all Fort Drum gates. Beginning June 1, the Fort Drum military installation will count all people entering gates as a part of a Department of the Army survey, according to Fort Drum Public Affairs. This will require all all individuals over the age of 10 […]
Fire destroys Watson home
WATSON, New York (WWNY) - Fire destroyed a home in the town of Watson Tuesday night. The Lowville Fire Department reports it was called to 8618 Number Four Road around 10:40 a.m. When they arrived, the top floor of the two-story home had already collapsed onto the first floor. Firefighters...
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