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Drugs/ Alcohol Ruled Out of Spencer Fatal Crash

New York State Police say a crash that took the life of a Western New York honor student on a rural road in Tioga County at around 9:30 p.m. March 20  did not involve drugs or alcohol.

19 year old Michael Dmochowski of Lockport was returning from a visit to Ithaca College to talk about a possible swimming scholarship when he ended up on Route 96 in Spencer where his car drifted into the northbound lane on a curve and impacted with a pickup truck driven by a Spencer man

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Wegmans Recalls Frozen Spinach

Wegmans grocery chain and Amy’s Kitchen frozen foods are recalling spinach products under concern of possible Listeria contamination.

Wegmans is recalling its frozen Organic Food You Feel Good About Just Picked Frozen Spinach with the best used by dates of January 27, 2017, code 50265 and February 2, 2017, code 50335

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Delaware County Sheriff's Office
Delaware County Sheriff's Office

Delaware Sheriff’s Office is Awarded Reaccreditation

 

The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is being recognized for its ongoing efforts to meet law enforcement excellence standards.

Sheriff Thomas Mills announced March 19 that the office was awarded reaccreditation by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.

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Susquehanna Valley School District
Susquehanna Valley School District

S.V. STATE CHAMPS! S.V. STATE CHAMPS! S.V. STATE CHAMPS

The Susquehanna Valley girls' basketball team never looked back, gaining a commanding lead in the first minutes of their first ever New York State final to gain the championship 51-45 over Hoosick Falls!
Loyal fans of the Sabers here at Townsquare Media hereby apologize for yelling at the T

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Creatas

Van Etten Man is Sentenced in 2013 Double Fatal Newfield Crash

A Van Etten man is to spend four to 12 years in prison in connection with a deadly New Year’s Eve crash in Tompkins County in 2013.

20 year old James Crosby was found guilty in a nonjury trial of two counts manslaughter for the deaths of a passenger in his vehicle, 20 year old Derek Nichols and 67 year old Kathy Lattimore, who was a passenger in the second vehicle

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Body in Otsego County Creek Identified

The Authorities say the body found March 19 in a northern Otsego County creek is that of a Schoharie County woman.

The Otsego County Sheriff’s Office says authorities received several 911 calls from people who spotted the body in the creek at the intersection of Buel Road and Ray Mower Road in Cherry Valley

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