99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR 4/8/10
FORMER LAWYER-TURNED INVESTOR DOHENY VS. ACCOUNTANT HOFFMAN IN 23rd DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL RACE--Matt Doheny, the candidate competing for the same ballot lines as Doug Hoffman in the race to against Democrat Bill Owens, says his background in business provides a better skill set that Republicans, Conservatives, and Independence voters can agree on.
OWENS EXPLAINS YES VOTE ON HEALTH CARE REFORM--Congressman Owens told reporters yesterday there is a massive amount of uncompensated health care expense in the US, hence the reform package is a step in the right direction.
NORFOLK YOUTH ALLEGEDLY SETS GRASS FIRE, DESTROYS BUILDING; ARRESTED--A 12-year-old boy was charged with felony fourth degree arson yesterday as a result of the fire on the Old Parishville Road. The youth was petitioned to family court.
WOODSTOVE CHIMNEY FIRE DAMAGES HELENA GARAGE--Firefighters working quickly kept damage to a minimum at the property rented by tenant John Woodard and owned by Michelle Pierce on County Route 53 yesterday. The call came in about 2:44pm; Helena firefighters and mutual aid were on the scene less than 2 hours.
CONVICTED SODOMIST WANTED IN TEXAS ARRESTED FOR FAILING TO REGISTER--45-year-old Level III offender Patrick Gilbo of Norwood, on the registry for life for sodomizing young boys in the late 1980's, was arrested on a fugitive warrant yesterday and held until extradition. Gilbo's last address listed was 67 Park Street in Norwood.
Patrick Regan--84--Norfolk. Services 11am Saturday at the Church of The Visitation, Norfolk. Calling hours at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk Friday 2-4, 6-8pm