Shane M. Santiago, 26, Otego, was arrested by State Police Troop C after an investigation revealed he had allegedly been driving recklessly when the 2011 Ford Escape went off the roadway on County Highway 13 in Pittsfield.
“He was driving 85 miles per hour around a steep curve,” said District Attorney John Muehl.
HARTWICK SEMINARY – It was a scene Stacie Haynes has seen play out before.
Two pigs, skinny and without food, water or hay, trying to eat the corpses of two dead pigs in a trash pile at a farm on County Route 18, Town of Pittsfield. “They were shivering and cold,” she said. “We got called out there at night in a rainstorm, and we seized them.”
Now playfully dubbed “Sonny and Cher,” the two pigs – one male, one female, approximately five months old – are at the SPCA with plenty of clean hay and shelter.
PITTSFIELD – Mary C. Peck, 77, a homemaker who enjoyed four-wheel riding on Tug Hill, passed away on Nov. 4, 2018 at Chase Nursing Home, New Berlin.
Mary was born on May 22, 1941, in Worcester, the daughter of Delmar and Thelma Woodbeck. She was raised by foster parents, Elmer and Beulah Lent. Her childhood was spent in the Edmeston and Otego areas. She attended Edmeston Central School.