99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR SATURDAY, 7/10/10 DAY 3 OF POTSDAM SUMMERFEST....PARADE AT 5:30 THIS AFTERNOON FOLLOWED BY FIRE DEPARTMENT 'RUN TO THE RIVER'
CONDITION STILL CRITICAL FOR NORFOLK ACCIDENT VICTIM--47-year-old Deborah Mc.Gregor of West Mahoney Road in Brasher was airlifted from Massena Memorial Hospital to Fletcher-Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vermont suffering from a severe leg injury she received when the compact car she was driving collided with a water tanker truck just over the Massena-Norfolk town line on Route 420 in Norfolk Thursday afternoon.
CHARGES FILED IN ACCIDENT THAT KILLED SUNY POTSDAM STUDENT--State Police in Ray Brook charged 43-year-old Bernard Farley Thursday with felony leaving the scene of a personal injury accident resulting in death, and misdemeanor aggravated unlicensed operation for allegedly operating a golf cart without a license on a public road in the town of Santa Clara late last month that struck skateboarder 19-year-old Casey Mc.Hugh. Farley reportedly lost his driver's license in 2002. He was arraigned and released to probation supervision.
SCOZZAFAVA: AUBERTINE-MAZIARZ POWER PACKAGE A "GOOD COMPROMISE"--Ranking Republican Minority Assembly Energy Committee Member Dede Scozzafava of Gouverneur told us Thursday the package worked out in the Senate provides energy specifically for rural job creation and low-income seniors, making it a good deal. Scozzafava says the Assembly Majority has stalled the package in favor of another bill that would give only cash discounts to businesses without stating a revenue source. The Senate-approved bipartisan package developed by Democratic Ranking Energy Committee Member Darrel Aubertine and GOP Ranking Committeeman George Maziarz makes "Power For Jobs" permanent.
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