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A one-car alcohol related crash Thursday night in Gainsville has taken a life. 20-year-old Marisa Ozzimo of Perry died at Strong Memorial Hospital. She was a passenger in a car that went out of control and struck a tree on Miller Road in Gainesville. The car was driven by 20 year old Erin Tetreault of Callahan Street in Perry.  Two other passengers in the car were injured and taken to area hospitals. The driver, Erin Tetreault has been charged by Wyoming County Sheriff’s Deputies with driving while intoxicated, driving with an open container of alcohol, speeding and with failure to keep right. Tertreault was treated for her injuries at Wyoming County Community Hospital and released.


An arrest this morning at the Colllege Village Apartments on the Batavia Stafford Towline Road. 18-year-old Gordy Akinpelu of New York City has been charged with Criminal Trespass. Akinpelu was arrested after he was allegedly found on College Village property after being previously banned.


Residents along Washington Avenue between State and Bank Streets are being advised that water for them will be shutdown on Tuesday morning. It’s because of the ongoing construction work on Bank Street. The shutdown is scheduled from 8:30AM until 11 Tuesday. Other nearby areas are not expected to be affected.


Andrew Cuomo discusses for the first time the infidelity allegations raised in the race for New York Governor. Cuomo weighed in on the highly publicized shouting match between Republican candidate Carl Paladino and a New York Post reporter. Paladino claimed Cuomo was unfaithful during his marriage to Kerry Kennedy, but was involved in a face off with a reporter over providing proof on the allegation. Cuomo and the daughter of the late Senator Robert Kennedy had a public divorce in 2003, but the state Attorney General says he is personally wounded. Cuomo adds he wants to talk about the issues, such as jobs and the dysfunction in Albany. Cuomo was also sidestepping questions whether Paladino was fit for elected office.


Andrew Cuomo picks up a key endorsement on Staten Island, delivering a direct slap to his Republican rival in the race for New York Governor.One of the highest elected Conservative Party members crosses the aisle to back the Democratic gubernatorial hopeful. Staten Island Borough President James Molinaro says he has no confidence Carl Paladino will be able to effectively govern the state. The state Conservative Party decided this week to put Paladino on its ballot line this November after former Long Island Congressman Rick Lazio bowed out of the race.

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