Four young men in the Rochester suburb of Greece were arrested this week after
police learned that they were allegedly planning to bomb Islamberg, the small Muslim community in
Delaware County. Officers with the Greece Police Department Saturday arrested Brian F. Colaneri, 20, and Vincent Vetromile, 19, both of Greece, and Andrew C. Crysel, 18, of East Rochester, as well as a 16-year-old student at Odyssey Academy, allegedly finding three improvised explosive devices, packed with nails and powder, at the home the 16-year-old suspect.
Oneonta’s Rev. LaDana Clark sings out “I’m Going To Praise My God All Over This Land,” before giving a tribute to Martin Luther King at MLK Day ceremonies at the First Presbyterian Church, Cooperstown, on Monday, Jan. 21.
First-year CGP student Tashae Smith delivered an historic reading during First Presbyterian Church’s Martin Luther King Day
►HUNTINGTON LIBRARY will be closed for three weeks starting Tuesday, Jan. 22, for remodeling and reconstruction, including asbestos abatement, insulation upgrades and new furniture.
►an 18-wheeler overturned on Interstate 88 Monday, Jan. 21, in Sidney, injuring the driver and causing one lane to be closed overnight.
►State Sen. jim seward called on the state Department of Public Service and Frontier Communications to review and remedy recent problems with phone service in western Otsego County.