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A winner for New York’s 22nd Congressional District is expected to be decided sometime next week at the earliest, and that’s because a State Supreme Court Judge has halted the counting of disputed ballots between Democratic Incumbent Anthony Brindisi and his Republican challenger, Claudia Tenney.

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OHIO- Authorities found and busted an illegal camp in the town of Ohio, which led multiple offenses against two local hunters, according to the New York State DEC.

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LOWVILLE- There are several points of concern in the boiling pot that currently have health experts on edge over what they say will likely overflow in terms of rising novel coronavirus related hospitalization and deaths across the state and country in the coming weeks ahead.

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Lewis County added 9 new cases Tuesday, the public health office in Lowville reported.


LEWIS COUNTY- A man from Woodgate, NY is accused of DWI and refusing to cooperate with police officers after crashing his truck into a ditch.

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ROME- Authorities say a man from Ava, NY is charged with felony fraud in the city of Rome.

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LOWVILLE- Cases of the novel coronavirus are noticeably on the rise across New York and across the country, sparking reaction from lawmakers on all levels as healthcare workers prepare for what medical experts have predicted as a dark winter ahead.

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