Bath Woman Killed in P.A. Accident:
A Bath woman was killed in an accident Sunday on Route 249 in Chatham Township in Pennsylvania. According to Mansfield State Police, 59-year-old Richard Fox, of Bath, was driving a motorcycle when he failed to make a curve in the road. The motorcycle left the roadway and went down an embankment. 48-year-old Deedee Carnes was a passenger on the bike, and police say she struck her head on a road sign. She was life-flighted to Robert Packer Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries. The crash is still under investigation.
1 Killed in Horseheads Motorcycle Accident:
A portion of I-86 was temporarily closed Thursday night following a fatal motorcycle accident in Horseheads. According to the Horseheads Police Department, first responders were notified around 6:30 p.m. to an accident on I-86 westbound between exits 52A and 52B. The victim was the driver of the motorcycle; their identity has not been released. The crash is still under investigation.
I-86 Bridge Work in Corning Starts Monday:
Work begins Monday to repair the bridge on I-86 over Post Creek in Corning, according to the Department of Transportation. The bridge is located roughly a half mile east of State Route 414. The work will be done in both the eastbound and westbound lanes. Traffic is expected to be maintained, though there could be occasional daytime lane closures. The project is expected to last approximately two months, weather permitting.
Guthrie Recruiting Event for Corning Locations:
Guthrie will hold a recruiting event on July 23rd to expand its team of Patient Service Specialists and Licensed Practical Nurses at is Corning locations. The event will be from 3 to 6 p.m. and interested candidates will have the opportunity meet with recruiters and hiring managers at Guthrie Centerway in Corning. For more information, visit https://www.guthrie.org/open.
Woodstock 50 Reapplies Again to Hold Event in Vernon:
Despite stating earlier this week that they would not reapply to hold their event in Vernon, Woodstock 50 promoters have, in fact, now submitted a third application to stage the festival there. Two previous applications were denied by the town’s Codes Department and Planning Board due to various concerns regarding safety and traffic, as well as the fact the applications fell outside the 120-day timeline before the event. In response, the Oneida County Sheriff commented on Facebook that his concerns remain the same as they were when the previous applications were denied and said there’s “no practical or logistical possibility that this event could occur without significant risk to public safety.” At this time, it is unknown what the timeline is for the town to respond to this latest application, or even what was included in it.