99 NEWS FOR 4/11/11
OVER 900 FRANKLIN COUNTY RESIDENTS WITHOUT POWER THIS MORNING FROM SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS--The latest report from National Grid has the majority of outages in Town of Fort Covington and on the St.Regis Mohawk Reservation. No word on when power will be restored.
MADRID-WADDINGTON HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL CHARGED WITH DWI--55-year-old Joseph Ruddy of Norfolk was stopped in a State Police road check Friday night on Route 56. Ruddy allegedly had a BAC of .08%, the legal limit. The charge is a first-offense misdmeanor. Ruddy is slated to appear in Town Court May 18th. Madrid-Waddington School Board President Mike Miller told the Courier-Observer the direction the board will take is unclear, as Ruddy has not been convicted, and said 'we are all human, we all make mistakes.'
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COLTON MAN, 25-YEAR-OLD MATTHEW CLARK CHARGED WITH NUMEROUS MISDEMEANORS ALLEGING HIS ROLE IN A DOMESTIC INCIDENT EARLY SUNDAY MORNING INVOLVING AN ATV. CLARK RELEASED TO PROBATION SUPERVISION UNTIL FUTURE COURT DATES
POTSDAM VILLAGE CODE ENFORCMENT OFFICER JOHN HILL TOLD PLANNERS LAST WEEK ISSUES SURROUNDING CHICKEN COOPS ARE MANY, STATE CODE NEEDS TO BE STUDIED CLEARLY
SEARLES RESIDENCE ON COUNTY ROUTE 54, STOCKHOLM DESTROYED BY FIRE FRIDAY NIGHT
46-YEAR-OLD GARY LAMERE OF OGDENSBURG STOPPED IN VEHICLE ON ROUTE 68 IN CANTON FRIDAY, CHARGED WITH FOUR DRUNKEN DRIVING-RELATED FELONIES
Steven Chambers--56--Chase Mills. Services 11am Wednesday at Phillips Memorial Home, Madrid. Calling hours Tuesday 3-7pm