Missing Person Case In Erwin: All's Well That Ends Well
From The Sheriff: Sheriff Jim Allard reports that on November 5, 2023, at about 10:20am, a female who resides in the Town of Erwin was reported missing. Deputies and Investigators responded to initiate the investigation and subsequent search. At about 6am on November 6, 2023 the missing person returned home, apparently unharmed, with no foul play suspected at this time. The investigation is ongoing. The Sheriff’s Office thanks the NYS Forest Rangers, Gang Mills Forest View Volunteer Fire Department and the New York State Police for their assistance in this investigation.
The Old National Hotel In Bath Is Up For Sale
There’s an online auction that’s coming up in December, and in it, the Old National Hotel on 13 East Steuben Street in Bath. Opening bid for the Old National Hotel is $700,000 and the online auction will run from December 11th through the 13th.
Tomorrow Is Tuesday, November 7, 2023, Election Day
Early voting ended yesterday and the official election day is tomorrow. Voting tomorrow is 6am to 9pm. Last week we went over voting locations and we went over the town supervisor candidates for the area. In Bath, the town board candidates are: Dustin Buck and David Wager In Bradford, the town board candidates are Larry Wilson, Daniel Peterson, Andrea English and Jodie Pierce. The Avoca Town board candidates are Jeff Rodbourn and Mitchell Slayton. Town board member candidates for Campbell are Glenn Vogel and Norman Maynard. For Caton, running for town board are Emily Gridley and Eric Hurd. In Erwin the candidates are Frank Acomb and Jody Allen. In Hornby the candidates are Steve Reed and John Hale. In Lindley there’s one candidate listed by the county board of elections: Crystal McCannon. In Prattsburgh it’s Pete Scheid and Angela Einwatcher. For Urbana it’s Mary Jane Bray, Emery Cummings Jr and David Luppino. In Wayne there’s two town board candidates listed as running, Shona Freeman and Elizabeth Kenyon. And in Wheeler there are three candidates in the running, James Carpenter, Douglas Towner and Daniel McConnell.