Mourners estimated to number over 1,000 stood in line, sometimes for over an hour, outside of the Community Baptist Church in Port Dickinson to pay their respects during the calling hours for New York State Trooper Christopher Skinner, who was run down by a Florida driver while conducting a traffic stop on Interstate 81 last week
New York State Police in the Binghamton area are cautioning well-meaning residents to beware of scams involving fraudulent accounts created on the internet requesting donations for the family of slain Trooper Christopher Skinner
Owego’s Mayor says he has received the written resignations of nine firefighters over the delayed vote on a new safety handbook for the Owego Fire Department.
35 firefighters have reportedly turned in their gear over the fight with the Village Board but Mayor Kevin Millar says he considers anyone who has not submitted a formal resignation still members of the department
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