Steuben County Grand Jury handed down eight open indictments this week, according to the Steuben County District Attorney’s Office.
A Woodhull man is facing charges after a car accident May 2 on Mead Road.
An Avoca man was arrested for allegedly trying to sell stolen wedding rings on Craigslist, the Steuben County Sheriff ’s Office reported Thursday.
Cory C. Vanhorne, 28, was charged with misapplication of property, a Class A misdemeanor.
A fire badly damaged a barn and destroyed machinery Monday morning, May 6, at a farm on 9383 West Lake Road.
Two people were killed in a house fire early Monday morning, May 6, on John Rial Road in Addison.
Weekly Police Blotter from The Steuben Courier Advocate's May 12, 2013 edition.
The risk of wildfires is extremely high in upstate New York, the state Department of Environmental Conservation is warning.
“Justice for Dan.”
It’s the motto Daniel Bennett’s family and friends adopted in the wake of the Schuyler County man’s murder. Bennett’s supporters repeated it countless times during the three-week trial of the woman who they believe orchestrated his death.
A forest fire burned about two acres of steep, densely wooded hillside along Manning Ridge Road in the Town of Campbell on Thursday afternoon.
Weekly Police Blotter from The Steuben Courier Advocate's May 5, 2013 edition.
Bath Village Police report that John E. Sabins, 23, of State Route 415, Bath, was charged with robbery on April 24 after an incident that occurred Dec. 16, 2012 where he allegedly held an employee at the National Hotel, 12 E. Steuben St., Bath, at knife point, ordered her onto the ground, stole money from the register, then forced her into the basement where she was ordered to stay for an hour or she would be killed. Sabins is currently being held at the Steuben County Jail on this and other unrelated charges.
A woman and her two children escaped a fire that damaged an upper-floor apartment Tuesday afternoon on Addison’s Main Street.
Police Blotter from The Steuben Courier Advocate's April 28, 2013 edition.
Thirteen members of The Bath Volunteer Fire Department spent their weekend in training with 4 New York State Instructors from the Office of Fire Protection and Control which are also members of the State Urban Search and Rescue Team, honing their skills on External Shoring for a building collapse.
The woman struck by a car on Delaware Avenue in Painted Post on Thursday evening, April 11, later died from her injuries, and Painted Post police and the Steuben County District Attorney’s Office are still investigating the accident.
The fire that killed an 89-year-old Cameron woman Sunday morning, April 7, has been ruled accidental.
No one was injured when a pair of fires destroyed two area homes Monday night, April 15.
Weekly Police Blotter from The Steuben Courier Advocate's April 21, 2013 edition.
A Bath man is facing drug charges after authorities allegedly found a small methamphetamine cooking operation in his motel room.
An illegal handgun and an indoor marijuana growing operation with 23 plants were allegedly found Tuesday when Painted Post-based New York State Police executed a search warrant at 5679 Parker Rd. in Bradford.