99 NEWS FOR 7/13/11
CANCER ACTION FILES FORMAL ETHICS COMPLAINT AGAINST STATE HEALTH COMMISSIONER--The Colton-based activist group claims the department under the leadership of Dr. Nirav Shah has bowed to corporate political money by not publishing information that persistent organic pollutants--dioxin, benzene, etc. cause cancer. A similar complaint issued against St. Lawrence County Public Health was not acted upon, according to group President Donald Hassig.
OGDENSBURG-AREA BOYS CHARGED WITH FELONIES FOR ALLEGEDLY STEALING WALLET--Troopers in Ogdensburg say a 12-year-old and a 13-year-old participated in taking the wallet--containing 'various credit cards' from a vehicle parked at Lisbon Beach. The incident was reported Monday morning; the arrests were made a few hours afterward. They were charged with Burglary and Grand Larceny; and released on court tickets.
CANTON VILLAGE RESIDENTS TELL TRUSTEES THEY WANT TOUGHER ENFORCEMENT OF CURRENTLY-EXISTING LAWS CONTROLLING MISCHIEF, INSTEAD OF TRYING TO DUN LANDLORDS FOR TENANT NOISE, ETC.
TEXTING WHILE DRIVING NOW A PRIMARY OFFENSE IN NEW YORK STATE, POLICE CAN PULL YOU OVER FOR IT BY ITSELF INSTEAD OF WITH ANOTHER ALLEGED OFFENSE. 150-DOLLAR FINE AND THREE POINTS IF CONVICTED.
Virginia Chapman--87--Massena, formerly of Winthrop. Services 4pm Thursday at Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop. Calling hours Thursday 2-4pm
Stella "Louise" Teal--59--Edwards. Services 8pm Thursday at the Buch Funeral Home in Norfolk. Calling hours Thursday 6pm until the services.