Top Stories, July 21, 2022

Update On The Wayland Downtown Fire From February  

So how are things in Wayland since the downtown fire in February?  Wayland village hall officials say they have been having meetings with IDA and store owners and their working to come up with a plan for getting grant money to help the store owners.  


Elmira Sheriff: Man Drives Through Airport  Fence 

The Chemung County Sheriff’s Office announces the arrest of 34-year old, Craig Wang, of Murphy, Texas...officials say that yesterday, at about 6:30, a car drove through the fence at the Elmira Corning Regional Airport.  They say he was trying to get into an airplane that was locked and secured on the airport property. Officials say, Wang is not a licensed pilot, and has no privileges to be in unauthorized areas on airport property. Wang has been charged with 3rd degree Criminal Mischief and 3rd degree Criminal Trespass.


Out Of Staters Collide In Corning 

State Police report that there were no injuries in a two car accident that happened on I-86 in Corning yesterday in the noon hour.  The drivers were both from out of state: both were men, one was a 64 year old from Massachusetts and a 52 year old from Ohio.  


Need A Job?  The Bath P.D. Is Hiring!   

Bath Police Chief Colin Taft says, the Bath Police Department is hiring a part-time confidential secretary for about 20 hours a week.  Duties would include assisting the Chief of Police and the Bath Police Department in billing, time sheets, monthly reports, scheduling, and other administrative duties.  They're looking for someone by August 1st, if interested, please drop off a resume at the police station.

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