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HoF Class Of 2019 Featured At Press Conference On Now

HoF Class Of 2019 Featured

At Press Conference On Now

The Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2019, announced last evening, are answering questions at a live press right now that may be viewed at mlb.com.  From right are Jane Forbes Clark, Hall board chairman; the inductees, and Hall President Jeff Idelson.   Emceeing is Jon Shestakovsky, vice president/communications.

IN HOMETOWN, FREEMAN’S: RIVERA

MAY FUEL RECORD INDUCTION GATE

VICTIMS’ DAUGHTER FOUND HER PARENTS; SON HELD IN DEATHS

LONG GUN USED, NOT PISTOL

VICTIMS’ DAUGHTER

FOUND HER PARENTS;

SON HELD IN DEATHS

County Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr. listens to a reporter’s question this afternoon at a press conference on the shooting death of a Laurens couple last evening. With him are District Attorney John Muehl, and Capt. Christina Sisbower and Lt. Rodney Westbrook, both with the state polilce. (Parker Fish/AllOTSEGO.com)

By PARKER FISH • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

Kevin Perry, accused in his parents’ death.

TOWN OF MIDDLEFIELD – The sister of Kevin A. Perry came home on the evening of Tuesday Dec. 12 to find both of her parents dead on the floor of their Laurens trailer home, county Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr. reported at a press conference this afternoon at the county jail.

Both were killed by gunshots, and Kevin Perry, 23, has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his parents, Timothy A. Perry, 59, and Solveige E. Perry, 52.

Fund In Mayor Miller’s Memory To Plant, Preserve Trees In City

Fund In Mayor Miller’s Memory

To Plant, Preserve Trees In City

Police Chief Dennis Nayor addresses a press conference in City Hall this morning.  Also present, from left, are Council members Larry Malone, Bob Brzozowski and David Rissberger, and City Manager Martin Murphy.  (Ian Austin/allotsego.com)
Police Chief Dennis Nayor addresses a press conference in City Hall this morning. Also present, from left, are Council members Larry Malone, Bob Brzozowski and David Rissberger, and City Manager Martin Murphy. (Ian Austin/allotsego.com)
Flowrs and other tributes appeared on City Hall steps over the weekend.
Flowers and other tributes appeared on City Hall steps over the weekend.

ONEONTA – Mayor Richard P. Miller Jr.’s legacy will live on in the continued beautification of Oneonta.

At a City Hall press conference this morning, a Mayor Miller Memorial Fund was announced.  The proceeds will be used to plant and preserve trees in the city.

Donations may be mailed to City Hall, 258 Main St., Oneonta NY 13820.

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