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Today's Top Stories - Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

ROAD CONSTRUCTION FOR JASPER AND GREENWOOD ANNOUNCED
The New York State Department of Transportation today announced that pavement recycling work will begin on state Route 417 on Thursday, weather permitting.  The project will extend from 1.3 miles west of state Route 248 to 2.0 miles west of state Route 36, for a total of approximately 6.5 miles.  The scope of this project includes work in the towns of Jasper and Greenwood.

 

HORNELL PUBLIC MEETING NEXT WEEK
There will be a public meeting on Wednesday, June 28 at 6:00 p.m. in the courtroom of Hornell City Hall to discuss a NY Main Street Program. Interested downtown area businesses and building owners are encouraged to attend to learn about available opportunities for building renovations and façade improvements.

 

BATH MAN DETAINED FOR DRUG POSSESSION 
During a traffic stop in the Town of Bath, State Police arrested 34-year-old Scotty Youngs of Bath. He was charged with criminal possession of cocaine, a class D felony and aggravated unlicensed operation. He was detained on cash bail.

 

CALLING HOURS FOR RIVERSIDE LATE MAYOR
Funeral services will be held Saturday for Village of Riverside Mayor William Cornell who died over the weekend. Cornell served in village government for four decades. Calling hours will be held on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Carpenter's Funeral Home in Corning.

 

PRATTSBURGH MAN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY
A Prattsburgh man was charged with burglary in the second degree, petit larceny, criminal mischief in the fourth degree and resisting arrest. Upon being dispatched to the sound of breaking glass at the Savona Wave station in the Village of Savona, Sherriff Deputies found Shannon L. Thompson attempting to take items from the store. His court date was scheduled for this week.

 

CAMPBELL ROAD CLOSED THIS THURSDAY
A road closing is planned for the town of Campbell. This Thursday, June 22nd the bridge on County Route 4 between State Route 415 and Curtis-Coopers Road will be closed for all traffic from 9am to 3pm without detour. Drivers are advised to plan using town and county roads as alternative routes for a detour around the bridge as it undergoes cleaning for its deck, trusses, stringers and floor beams.

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