Cazenovia Police Chief Michael Hayes has issued a statement concerning the alleged stabbing that occurred in the village on Sunday, Feb. 7. According to Hayes, the investigation continues, a suspect has been identified and an arrest warrant should be issued next week for that suspect.
A Travel Advisory has been issued by the Madison County Sheriff due to conditions caused by the current lake effect snow event. Many Madison County roadways are snow covered and slippery. This advisory includes: All county, township, city and state roadways in Madison County.
Cazenovia beats Schuylerville, 22-19, for title at Carrier Dome
Though the Cazenovia football program has known plenty of moments of greatness in years and decades past, what it got on Sunday afternoon at the Carrier Dome tops them all. At last, the Lakers are state champions.
The absentee ballots for the Fenner and Nelson elections have been counted, and the unofficial results, according to the board of elections, are that one race stayed the same while the other changed hands by only three votes.
O'Sullivan wins county judgeship, Cazenovia area town board seats will get new occupants; Nelson election may not be over
It was nearly two hours after the polls closed Tuesday night before the unofficial elections results were posted online by the Madison County Board of Elections – and it was a night of surprising results.
Police say it matches description of missing woman
A body matching the description of Ragina Garrison, 49, of Perryville Road was discovered by one of the law enforcement search teams at approximately 2:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
Harvest Moon Cidery to make 2,000 bottles of cider
When Matt and Juanita Critz, owners of Critz Farm and the Harvest Moon Cidery on Rippleton Road, decided to invite the public to contribute wild apples to help make a new “Community Cider” by Harvest Moon, they were hoping at least a few people might find it interesting and participate. Their goal was to receive at least 50 bushels of apples, which is half of what is necessary to make one batch of hard cider, and if their collection fell a little — or a lot — short, they would just use their own apples to fill in what was needed. On Sunday, Oct.4, the final day of the weeklong community apple collection project they were doing, the Critzes were somewhat surprised to find they did not make their goal – they quadrupled it.
Ragina Garrison, the 49-year-old Perryville Road woman missing since Tuesday, was arrested by state police the day before her disappearance because of a reported domestic dispute with her 22-year-old daughter.
Police encircle building, find suspect hiding in bowling alley ceiling
Cazenovia Sports Bowl was burglarized for the third time in three weeks this past Wednesday, Oct. 7, and then, only 24 hours later, the alleged burglar returned for a fourth robbery. And this time, Cazenovia police caught him in the act.
Woman identified as Ragina Garrison of Perryville Road
Police personnel from three counties and the state parks are currently searching for a missing 49-year-old woman on a stretch of Perryville Road in Fenner just before the Canastota town line.
No people injured, new puppy does not survive
A local family has lost their residence — and their new puppy — after the Hurd Street home they were renting was completely destroyed by fire Sunday morning. Within 30 minutes of passersby seeing smoke emanating from the roof and neighbors calling 911, the house was engulfed in bright orange flames and a thick trail of black smoke was rising into the sky, according to neighbors. The family that lives in the house was not at home, and so no people were injured in the blaze, but the family’s new puppy, which they had for only one week, did not survive.
The Madison County Department of Health has confirmed the presence of potentially harmful blue-green algae blooms within the bathing beach areas of both Lakeland Park and Willow Bank Yacht Club, and the beaches have been closed for wading, swimming and any water contact activities until further notice.
Griffin used $1.2 million in defrauded investors’ money to buy luxury items for himself and wife, SEC says
Federal Securities And Exchange Commission files civil complaint against Cazenovia businessman
One week after Cazenovia businessman James P. Griffin was arrested by the U.S. Attorney’s Office and indicted on a $1.6 million scheme to defraud investors since 2009, he has also been charged by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission for defrauding investors, many of them upstate New York residents, who purchased the companies’ securities and so-called “charitable gift annuities.” According to the SEC’s complaint filed in U.S. district court in Syracuse, the alleged scheme raised at least $8 million from 125 or more investors in shares and promissory notes issued by the companies over more than seven years, starting in 2007.
Blue-green algae blooms have returned in some places in Cazenovia Lake, and Madison County Health Department officials have recommended that swimming at Lakeland Park Beach should be restricted until the BGA blooms observed have dissipated or otherwise cleared from swim area. Swimming at Willow Bank Yacht Club may continue, and all swimmers / boaters advised to simply rinse off promptly with clean water after leaving the lake, the department stated.
Due to the presence of blue-green algae (BGA) blooms within the bathing beach areas of both Lakeland Park and Willow Bank Yacht Club, the Cazenovia Lake beaches have been closed for swimming until further notice, according to an announcement from the Madison County Department of Health.
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