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Port Leyden- As Halloween is approaching, local towns and villages are preparing to discourage mischief and pranks.

Source: NYS Police Remsen

Trenton- A 19 year old Clinton woman is facing impairment and drug charges after police conducted a traffic stop yesterday morning on State Route 12.

Source: NYS Police Watertown

Rutland- A 23 year old Carthage man is facing drug possession charges after police conducted a traffic stop last night on State Route 3 (Black River Trail Head).

 Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer Playoff’s:
-Beaver River defeated South Lewis 1-0 in the Section III, Class C Boys Soccer Tournament. Beaver River is set to take on Sauquoit Valley in the championship game Monday, October 30.
-Lowville girls will compete against Westhill tonight for the Section III, Class B championship at SUNY Cortland. The match begins at 6:30pm.

ECO Hull with the seized 7 point buck

Source: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

Webb- The New York State DEC was dispatched to reports of a hunter who fired a weapon from the Road last Monday, October 16 in the Town of Webb.

Hurricane eye

 New York- Gov. Cuomo will soon visit the hurricane shredded U.S. territory of Puerto Rico as New York continues its efforts to help citizens recover and stabilize order.

Source: NYS Police Remsen

Trenton- A 25 year old Rome man was charged with a misdemeanor after police responded to a domestic/family offense case in the Town of Trenton.

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