Steuben Co. Warrant Arrests:
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office Warrant Squad recently arrested seven people due to active warrants. 57-year-old Timothy Sutton of Bath allegedly violated a term or condition of his probation and he was sent to the Steuben County Jail. 23-year-old Steven Palmer of Corning allegedly had an outstanding bench warrant and he was arraigned in the Centralized Arraignment Court. 28-year-old Megan Young of Bath allegedly violated a term or condition of her probation and she was sent to the Steuben County Jail. 30-year-old Anthony Reddig of Woodhull was allegedly a fugitive wanted in Potter County, Pennsylvania and he was sent to the Steuben County Jail to await extradition. 31-year-old Adam Hosmer of Cohocton allegedly violated a term or condition of his probation and was sent to the county jail. 28-year-old Carissa Liberti of Bath allegedly violated a term or condition of her probation and was sent to the county jail. And 40-year-old Stephanie Towne of Bath allegedly violated a term or condition of her probation and was sent to the county jail.
Horseheads Hotel Evacuated After Chlorine Spill:
Police and fire crews were called to the Quality Inn on Corning Road in Horseheads after an incident with a bad mixture of high concentrated chlorine resulted in foam and toxic gas. The incident happened around 9:30 a.m. in the hotel’s maintenance room. One person was in the room at the time, but officials say they were able to get out safely. No other injuries were reported and the hotel was cleared at 2 p.m. for staff and guests to re-enter.
Public Hearing for Proposed Campbell Landfill Expansion Today:
The public is encouraged to attend open hearings today about the proposed expansion to a local landfill in the Campbell area. The proposed expansion would reportedly see the 57.9 acre landfill on Manning Ridge Road increase to 78.9 acres in total. There will be two meetings today: one at 2 p.m. and one at 6 p.m. Both will be held at the Campbell American Legion Post.
Steuben Legislators Induct 4 Hall of Fame Members:
Four community leaders were inducted into the Steuben County Hall of Fame Monday, after unanimous approval by the county Legislature. Youth advocate Richard Snavely, U.S. Army veterans Richard Call and Carroll Haines, and American Red Cross volunteer Patricia Sager Haines were recognized for their contributions to the region.
Dunkin’ Donates Over $4K to Food Bank of the Southern Tier:
The Food Bank of the Southern Tier was presented with a check for $4,620 Wednesday from Dunkin’, courtesy of their Iced Coffee Day event, which was held on May 22nd. Food Bank officials say that the funds raised on Iced Coffee Day will allow them to distribute 12,000 meals. In addition to the check, the food bank also received 216 pounds of coffee, which was donated through a partnership program with the Binghamton Devils called, “Goals for Coffee.”