In The News
Friday, January 23rd, 2015
He was released on bail late yesterday afternoon.
In the criminal complaint against Silver, prosecutors said Silver abused his political influence and “obtained about $4 million in payments characterized as attorney referral fees solely through the corrupt use of his official position.”
The lawmaker, who has been Assembly speaker for more than two decades, allegedly disguised the graft as income from a personal injury law practice.
Jose Salazar plead guilty to first- and third-degree rape as one of the girls he vicitimized, faced him in court as the verdict was handed down.In addition to the 10-year prison term, Salazar was sentenced to 20 years of post-release supervision, and will have to pay about $1,300 in fines and fees. He is also required to register as a sex offender upon his release from prison.
A school-aged girl was injured after being dragged nearly a half-mile by a school bus in Fremont, Steuben County, Tuesday.The girl, who is a student of Avoca Central School, was dragged by the school bus about four-tenths of a mile along County Route 55 before the bus driver realized that her backpack was caught in the door, according to New York State Police.The girl was taken to St. James Hospital to be treated for minor injures to her foot and was released the same day.The New York State Police are investigating the incident.
This is the third time this has occured in the past month in upstate New York. The first two were in Madison County in December, but neither child was hurt and neither driver was charged, although one resigned.
Some symptoms are: fever, headache, muscle aches and facial swelling.The symptoms usually appear two to three weeks after exposure.
In New York State, the mumps vaccine is a requirement for school-aged children, but parents can choose to refuse the innoculation for their children due to medical and religious reasons.
nationwide each year, an average of around 400 cases of mumps are reported .
Parent are reminded, if you have any reason to believe your child has mumps, keep them home from school and see a doctor right away.
Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse University will honor two of its most legendary players, a duo linked forever as the Louie and Bouie Show, when Roosevelt Bouie and Louis Orr have their jerseys retired at halftime of the Orange’s game against Pittsburgh on Feb. 21.Orr and Bouie came to Syracuse in 1976 as part of Jim Boeheim’s first recruiting class. Syracuse went 100-18 in their careers, and Bouie and Orr both finished with more than 1,000 career points.Orr scored 1,487 points with 881 rebounds. He was first-team All-Big East as a senior and went on to play eight seasons in the NBA.Bouie finished his career with 1,560 points, 987 rebounds and 327 blocks. He still ranks second all-time in blocked shots. He was also first-team All-Big East in 1980.
He was picked in the second round of the 1980 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks. Bouie signed to play professionally in Europe where he played for more than 13 years.
Bouie and Orr will bring to 12 the number of Syracuse players who have had their jerseys retired. The other 10 are Carmelo Anthony, Dave Bing, Billy Gabor, Sherman Douglas, Derrick Coleman, Billy Owens, Rony Seikaly, Vic Hanson, Wilmeth Sidat-Singh and Pearl Washington.
Syracuse will play Pittsburgh at noon on Saturday, Feb. 21.
WAYNE-AREA BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL:
#6 Lyons 54 / Sodus 51
RonDerrick Morris turned in 28 points
in Sodus’ losing effort
#5 Red Creek 63 / Clyde-Savannah 53
Jake Slobe put up an impressive 40 points for Red Creek
Gananda 66 / Marion 32
#7 North Rose-Wolcott 65 / Williamson 43
Matt Sperr 23 racked up points for Williamson
Upcoming W-FL Schedule
FRIDAY January 23rd, 2015
Geneva @ #3 Mynderse
Midlakes @ #4 Palmyra-Macedon
Waterloo @ #9 Penn Yan
Wayne @ #1 Newark
Red Jacket @ South Seneca
Honeoye @ Bloomfield
#10 Marcus Whitman @ #2 Naples
Romulus @ HAC
SATURDAY January 24th, 2015