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Russia- A Poland and Coldbrook man were airlifted to a Syracuse Hospital after a crash on State Route 8 at around 2:00am Saturday, in the Town of Russia.

Lowville- A 16-year-old Watertown teenager was arrested Saturday, October 28 for Disorderly Conduct and Harassment in the 2nd-degree, stemming from an incident reported earlier this month.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer Playoff’s:
-Beaver River boys will take on Sauquoit Valley tonight for the Section III, Class C Championship. All the action will be local at Lowville Academy, with a starting time scheduled for 7:30pm.

Utica Comets Hockey:
-The Comets split their weekend series against the Charlotte Checkers with a 5-1 loss Saturday and a 6-3 win yesterday. This Wednesday, November 1 will be the 2017 home-opener for the Comets against the Rochester Americans.

TOWN OF MONTAGUE-October 28, 2017.  A 23 year old Turin man was arrested for D.W.I. following a vehicle stop on the Rector Road in the Town of Montague late Saturday night.

VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE-October 28, 2017.  A 32 year old Port Leyden man was sentenced to 17 years to life in state prison Friday on charges that he had sexual contact with a child and possessed child pornography.

TOWN OF REMSEN-October 28, 2017.  A 23 year old Remsen man was being held in the Oneida County Jail on menacing charges following his arrest Friday morning on Lake Julia Road in the Town of Remsen.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer Playoff’s:
-Lowville girls lost to Westhill 1-0 in the Section III, Class B Championship, a heart-breaking loss to an excellent season.

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