99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY, 6/12/09
GRIFFO:"COALITION GOVERNMENT"--Republican State Senator Joe Griffo told 99 News yesterday in response to the re-assumption of his party to power in his house after two Democrats turned against the majority, that it's a sign the electorate wants more results from Albany than the Democrats could give.
MASSENA JUSTICE SENDS CANTON WOMAN TO JAIL AFTER ROWDY ARRAIGNMENT--Justice James Crandall sent 44-year-old Lisa Gonzalez to the County lockup Thursday for 15 days, after she allegedly used foul language toward him and was combative while an attempt was made to arraign her in connection with a domestic dispute. Gonzalez allegedly threw wood through a window, and broke items at a Massena residence in the presence of children. The arraignment will be held again after the 15 days.
4.1 MILLION BUCKS FOR BRIDGE PROJECT--The Town of Louisville will receive a big chunk of stimulus money for the replacement of the County Route 39 bridge. The project is expected to be done by Fall 2011.
WOODSHOP LOST TO FLAMES IN LOUISVILLE--Trucks rolled to the property of Carl Grant, Jr. on Patterson Road this morning about 4am. The shed-like structure used as a workshop was destroyed. Investigators say the cause of the blaze was electrical in origin.
TUPPER LAKE MAN MAKES CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDACY OFFICIAL--Paul Maroun, a GOP Franklin County Legislator announced Wednesday he seeks the party nod to run for Congress in the 23rd District if John Mc.Hugh is confirmed as Secretary of the Navy. Maroun says it's time people realize there are qualified candidates in the eastern half of the district.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....CORNING LAYOFFS A WEEK LONGER...MORE SWINE FLU IN JEFFERSON COUNTY...POTSDAM TOWN COUNCIL WANTS WALK-BIKE PROJECT EXTENDED..AND MORE!
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