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NOEL F HARRINGTON, DOB 4/22/94, of Dunbarton Road in Durhamville, was arrested on 11/21/14 for Criminal
Sale of Marijuana 4th Degree, and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.

WARREN R SEITZ, DOB 5/5/89, of Main Street in Morrisville, was arrested on 11/19/14 for Reckless Endangerment
2nd Degree, and Assault 3rd Degree.

CARLTON K THURSTON III, DOB 2/6/81, of Stockbridge Hill Road in Munnsville, was arrested on 11/18/14 for
Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, and Failure to Appear in Court.

MARY H BARTLETT-LINDEN, DOB 4/1/61, of Solsville Road in Madison, was arrested on 11/21/14 for Driving While
Intoxicated, Resisting Arrest, and other traffic violations.

VICTORIA VANLOWE, DOB 10/16/98, of Frederick Road in Madison, was arrested on 11/19/14 for Criminal Mischief
4th Degree.

GARY M HAWES JR, DOB 7/15/88, of Old Orchard Road in Canastota, was arrested on 11/21/14 for Driving While
Intoxicated and other traffic Violations.


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The City of Oneida Common Council has scheduled
meetings to discuss the 2015 city budget.  
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Oneida City Court and all City of Oneida offices will be closed
on Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28, 2014
for the Thanksgiving Holiday.  City of Oneida offices will be
open on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to
3:30 p.m.  
 
“The Historic Sales Office of Oneida Ltd,”
Exhibit Opening at Oneida Community
Mansion House on November 29th
(Oneida, NY) Opening Nov. 29 and on exhibit through June 2015 in the Gorman Galley of the Oneida Community
Mansion House, “The Historic Sales Office of Oneida, Ltd.” honors an industrial building that would feel at home
on an Ivy League campus.

This photographic display surveys the background, construction, and life of the building in about thirty
photographs selected from the archives of the Oneida Community Mansion House.  Also featured is a selection
of Oneida’s advertisements and silverware from the year of 1926.

The noble 1926 edifice was created as a visual monument to the ideals of Oneida Community, Ltd., a company
dedicated to the highest quality in both silverware and worker relations. Designed in the English Gothic manner
by Syracuse architect Albert Brockway, it also happened to be “the most beautiful building of its kind in the
country,” according to the company’s president.

One home to the 19th century utopian Oneida Community (1848-1880), today the 93,000 square foot brick
building houses a museum, residential apartments, overnight lodging, Kenwood and Vine restaurant, and
banquet and meeting space.

Guided tours are available Wed. through Sat., 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Sun. at 2 p.m. for a nominal fee.  Self-
guided and On-Cell tours may be taken during regular business hours.  The Oneida Community Mansion House
is located at 170 Kenwood Ave., Oneida, NY.  For information call 315-363-0745 or visit
www.oneidacommunity.org.
Oneida Police Investigating
Assault with a Knife on Farrier
Avenue
ONEIDA POLICE DEPT PRESS RELEASE

Oneida City Police are investigating a reported stabbing that occurred at about 11:40 pm on Farrier Avenue on
November 24th, 2014. The victim reported that he was walking with a friend when a silver colored Ford pulled up
and two occupants got out. He first stated they attempted to rob him and then said that they started an altercation
with his friend and he attempted to intervene when he was stabbed in the side. He then went to a friends house to
call for help. The victim was taken to Oneida Health Care Center for treatment. The victim age 24, from New York
City was uncooperative with police. The suspects are described as Hispanic males, one was 6’ about 180 lbs., 27
to 28 years old, long black hair with two dreadlocks, the 2nd male was described as 5’7”, 170 lbs., 27 to 30 years
old with a short beard. Investigation is continuing.
State Police to Crackdown on Impaired,
Distracted and Speeding Drivers Over
the Thanksgiving Holiday
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

The New York State Police announce a Thanksgiving traffic safety initiative in an effort to prevent highway
tragedies during this holiday weekend.

The New York State Police will initiate special traffic enforcement efforts Wednesday, November 26, through
Sunday, November 30, 2014.

The State Police, under the direction of Superintendent Joseph A. D’Amico, will supplement regular patrols
statewide focusing on speed enforcement, impaired driving, underage drinking, and distracted driving.

The effort will also incorporate fixed sobriety checkpoints, an underage drinker initiative and the "Operation Hang
Up" initiative, which targets distracted drivers by utilizing Concealed Identity Traffic Enforcement (CITE) patrol
vehicles to better locate drivers talking or texting on  hand held devices. These unmarked vehicles blend in with
every day traffic but are unmistakable as emergency vehicles once the emergency lighting is activated.

The highest traffic volumes of the year typically occur during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. It is also a time
when alcohol consumption is widespread. During the 2013 Thanksgiving holiday period, troopers arrested 181
drivers for DWI, issued 4,459 speeding tickets and 854 tickets for distracted driving.

Superintendent Joseph D’Amico said, “During this Thanksgiving holiday weekend I encourage all New Yorkers to
drive safely, take your time and designate a sober driver. As we drive throughout the state to see our family and
friends this holiday season, we need to focus on safe travel. Our troopers will be out in force to handle the
problems that this travel period brings and their efforts will be focused on enforcing highway safety and avoiding
tragedies from occurring."

State Police are reminding all motorists to avoid being victims of highway emergencies by making a commitment to
not text or talk on mobile phones while driving, to drive the speed limit, and to buckle up all occupants.

Motorists are also reminded to not drink and drive, call a sober driver before getting behind the wheel. Travel
preparation should include plenty of rest before departing, a check of your vehicles tires and fuel level, and
anticipating busy roads and highways.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) during the Thanksgiving holiday
weekend in 2012 there were 301 people killed in traffic crashes across the nation.

The New York State Police and NHTSA recommend these simple tips to prevent drunk driving:

Plan a safe way home before the fun begins;
Before drinking, designate a sober driver;
If you’re impaired, use a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation;
Use your community’s sober ride program;
If you happen to see a drunk driver on the road, don’t hesitate to contact local law enforcement;
If you know someone who is about to drive or ride while impaired, take their keys and help them make other
arrangements to get to where they are going safely.