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Source: NYS Police Remsen

Trenton- A 46 year-old Barneveld woman was arrested for driving while impaired by drugs Thursday afternoon on State Route 12 in the town of Trenton.

Source: NYS Police Lowville

New Bremen- A 22 year-old Lowville man was arrested for DWI Thursday night on the Snell Road in the town of New Bremen.

Source: NYS Police Watertown

Watertown- A 27-year-old Constableville man is facing charges after police investigated an unauthorized use of a vehicle incident in the City of Watertown.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Basketball:
-Beaver River girls beat Harrisville 52-29.
-Holland Patent boys beat Herkimer 82-66.
-No score posted for Lowville girls v. Thousand Islands.
-Old Forge beat Poland 68-47.
-South Lewis girls lost to General Brown 58-15.

NBA:
-The Celtics lost to the 76’ers 89-80.
-The Cavaliers skimmed past the Magic 104-103.

Utica Comets Hockey:
-The Comets look to keep their momentum going on the road tonight as they take on the Hartford Wolf Pack.

NHL:
-The Rangers beat the Sabre’s 4-3.
-The Bruins beat the Islanders 5-2.
-The Penguins defeated the Kings 3-1.

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New York- Over 5,000 people have been hospitalized with the flu so far this season in New York State, according to the most recent data released from Government officials.

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Oneida County- A 27-year-old Remsen man is facing a felony charge after threatening employees and robbing the Wal-Mart Pharmacy last week in Utica.

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