Every time Roseann Sdoia comes home, she must climb 18 steps — six stairs into the building, 12 more to her apartment. It is an old building in Boston's North End, with doors that are big and heavy, not an easy place for an amputee to live.
Police Blotter for the week ending April 13, 2014
COLLINS | Eric Smith will spend at least another two years behind bars after a parole board, for the seventh time, denied his release.In a written decision released Monday after a hearing held April 11, the parole board said Smith’s release...
As a $64 million new wing has been built at the Corning Museum of Glass over the past three years, a number of significant changes have been made in the existing section of the museum in conjunction with the project.
A Bath woman allegedly started a fire at her own home and then attempted to set fire to a neighbor’s home Friday morning, according to Bath-based New York State Police.
“Battleground Earth,” an Easter production by Victory Highway Wesleyan Church in Painted Post, opens Sunday.Performances are set for 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, as well as 7 p.m. on April 17 and 6 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. on April 18.A teaser from...
Watkins Glen International will kick off a busy summer of racing with its annual Opening Weekend, a charity event in which fans can take to the historic Schuyler County race track in their own vehicles.
After spotting Avon the game's first goal Wednesday, Bath Haverling simply overwhelmed the second-year program for much of the rest of the game and coasted to a 19-4 victory.
Eric Smith, who killed 4-year-old Derrick Robie in Savona in 1993, is up for parole for the seventh time. A hearing is set for Friday.
A registered sex offender from Cohocton has been charged with having sex with a minor he met on Facebook, State Police in Bath said Tuesday.Earl L. Kinter, 25, of 24 N. Danville Road, was charged Monday with third-degree rape, a felony, and endangering...
Though he still has constitutional objections to the NY SAFE Act, U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, said Monday that residents should comply with the law's provisions, including a requirement that guns categorized as assault weapons be registered with...
Police Blotter for the week ending April 6, 2014.
BATH | A former Steuben County employee pleaded guilty Tuesday to first-degree tampering with public records, a felony, Steuben County District Attorney Brooks Baker said Wednesday in a press release.Melissa A. Olin, 34, of Avoca, stole more than $20,000 ...
Police Blotter for the week ending March 30, 2014.
Corning City Police arrested a Second Street resident Monday evening after an investigation into alleged sex abuse of a minor. Michael A. Nicholson, 18, of 389 E. Second St., was charged with two counts of first-degree felony criminal sex act, one...
There's a clock in the lobby of Guthrie Corning Hospital that counts down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until its patients are moved into a 232,000-square-foot, $146 million new facility in East Corning.
Three weeks of hard work paid off Monday when a local high school senior got to give back to her community.Jacey Kinnaird, a 17-year-old senior from Southside High School, has been collecting gently used sporting goods for weeks, in hopes of donating...
HORSEHEADS | Standing amid aging giants imagined and created by the last generation of great engineers, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said Monday the nation needs to do more to help the next generation get started.Gillibrand, D-N.Y., came to the Wings of...
A Bath woman missing for more than a week was found dead Saturday in a hunting blind in the woods off County Route 14 in the Town of Bath.
Negotiations are beginning with local landowners on Empire Pipeline's proposed new 17-mile-long natural gas pipeline, which would cut through the Steuben County towns of Tuscarora, Lindley and Caton.
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