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Top Stories, September 8, 2022

Statements From Officials, About Queen Elizabeth II

From U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand:  "Queen Elizabeth II led with grace, conviction, and dedication to her people. My heart goes out to her family and to all who loved her."  


Attempted Murder In Bath Early This Morning

From Bath Police:

The Village of Bath Police Department responded to a stabbing off from Delaware Avenue in the Village of Bath on 9/8/22 at approx. 5:30 am.  A 32-year-old male was found stabbed and slashed with a knife.  The male was taken to Ira Davenport Hospital where he was treated for his injuries.  The male suspect had fled on foot.  The suspect, Herbert D. Wood, age 35, of no known address, was located in Tops Markets at approx. 6:30 pm the same day and taken into custody by Bath Police Department.  Mr. Wood, a violent convicted felon, was charged with Attempted Murder in the Second Degree, a class A-II felony.  Mr. Wood was taken to Steuben County Arraignment Court where he will be arraigned in the morning.  The investigation is ongoing, and more charges are expected after grand jury presentation. 

 

From Congressman-Elect  Joe Sempolinski:  "I am greatly saddened to learn of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.  Her life was dedicated to duty and service to her country."

 

NYSEG Is Proposing A Huge Rate Increase 

NYSEG is looking at a possible 31 percent rate increase.  There will be public hearings on this before it gets passed, and we’re told that NYSEG will likely not increase it by that much, when the time comes for the increase to go into effect.

 

Steuben Co Man, Facing Charges, From Alleged Domestic

Sheriff Jim Allard reports, that 32 year old Anthony DeVito of Painted Post, is charged with 2nd degree menacing, criminal obstruction of breathing and 2nd degree harassment, after an alleged domestic dispute.  DeVito is accused of choking, striking and threatening someone with a knife.  He was remanded to Steuben County Jail.

 

Stop For School Buses In Bath 

The Bath Volunteer Fire Department is reminding drivers to stop for stopped school buses, as students will cross the street at those stops. 

FCC File

On January 4, 2024 Tower Broadcasting, LLC, licensee of call signs: WABH, 1380.0, Bath, New York; W293CE, 106.5, Bath, New York; W262CX, 100.3, Bath, New York; and WVIN-FM, 98.3, Bath, New York, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission to transfer control of its broadcast licenses to the Estate of Gordon Ichikawa.  Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit:  https://publicfiles.fcc.gov and search in the public files of the stations.

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