99 NEWS FOR SATURDAY, 6/25/11
CAROL ROSSI-FRIES TO POTSDAM HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES: "YOU OWE": The 2003 New York State Teacher Of The Year and retired long-time AA Kingston Middle School Social Studies teacher told the approximately 120 diploma recipients at Graduation last night their obligation to everyone who helped get them to where they are today is to make the world a better place. She says part of that responsibility is failure; some of them are not used to that and it's inevitable but it eventually leads to success.
TWO POTSDAM MEN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH ALLEGED BEATING OF ANOTHER MAN AT LA CASBAH JUNE 10TH...24-YEAR-OLD CARLOS FERRERAS AND 26-YEAR-OLD SMITH CHARLES ALLEGEDLY BEAT THE MAN SO SEVERELY HE HAD TO BE TREATED AT CANTON-POTSDAM HOSPITAL. BOTH SUSPECTS CHARGED WITH FELONY ASSAULT, ARRAIGNED AND RELEASED TO PROBATION UNTIL FUTURE COURT DATES.
SAME-SEX MARRIAGE PASSES STATE SENATE 33-29, LOCAL SENATORS RITCHIE AND GRIFFO VOTE NO. GOVERNOR CUOMO SIGNED THE BILL INTO LAW UPON PASSAGE LATE FRIDAY
PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT STATE HOUSING STANDARDS WILL BE PART OF 2011 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
POTSDAM MAN CHARGED WITH HANDYMAN FRAUD...28-YEAR-OLD THOMAS BURNOR ALLEGEDLY BILKED CLIENT OUT OF ALMOST 1300 DOLLARS FOR WORK THAT WAS ALLEGEDLY PROMISED BUT NOT DONE. BURNOR CHARGED WITH FELONY GRAND LARCENY AND RELEASED ON COURT TICKET
MAN FOUND PASSED OUT BEHIND THE WHEEL OF HIS VEHICLE IN THE POTSDAM MC.DONALD'S DRIVE-THRU ABOUT 12:35 FRIDAY MORNING, 23-YEAR-OLD PETER CANNELLOS OF WESTFORD, MA FOUND TO HAVE AN ALLEGED BAC OF .23%. CANNELLOS CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED DWI AND ROUTINE DWI, AND RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS
Jacqeline Gonseth-Jones--Potsdam resident. Services 10am Tuesday at Trinity Episcopal Church, Potsdam. Calling hours at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam Monday 4-7pm.