Columbia-Greene Local News-July 4

COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTY NEWS 7-4-19

STATE POLICE ARE LOOKING TO TALK TO

ANY FAMILIES, WHO'S CHILDREN WENT TO

A STOTTVILLE DAYCARE CENTER THAT WAS

RAIDED BY THE FBI AND STATE POLICE

LAST WEEK. THEY SAY THE BUSINESS AT

6581 ROUTE 9 WAS UNLICENSED, BUT THAT

WAS NOT PART OF THE INVESTIGATION.

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS ASKED

TO CALL 518-851-3111.

THE ANNUAL LIST OF THE TOP 50 UPSTATE

TOWNS THAT HAVE LOST POPULATION

OVER THE LAST YEAR HAS BEEN RELEASED,

AND FOUR COLUMBIA COUNTY COMMUNITIES

MADE THE LIST. THE VILLAGE OF

KINDERHOOK WAS AT 49, PHILMONT WAS

AT 20, THE VILLAGE OF CHATHAM CAME

IN AT NUMBER 12, AND THE CITY OF

HUDSON AT NUMBER 7. NO GREENE

COUNTY TOWNS MADE THE LIST.

STATE POLICE SAY, ONLY ONE PERSON

WAS CHARGED, IN AN UNDERAGE DRINKING

INITIATIVE CONDUCTED IN COLUMBIA

COUNTY.34 YEAR OLD MEAGHAN TODD

WORKS AT THE HILLSDALE HOUSE, AND

ALLEGEDLY SOLD ALCOHOL TO AN

UNDERCOVER DECOY.

AN INMATE AT THE GREENE CORRECTIONAL

FACILITY IS FACING NEW FELONY

CHARGES. 21 YEAR OLD TRUE MCMURTY

WAS CHARGED WITH POSSESSING

CONTRABAND IN PRISON, FROM AN

INCIDENT MAY 10TH. AFTER BEING

CHARGED, HE WAS BROUGHT BACK TO

PRISON.

A WOMAN WAS TAKEN TO COLUMBIA

MEMORIAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, AFTER A

CAR AND PICKUP COLLIDED IN HUDSON.

THE ACCIDENT WAS JUST BEFORE 10

AT UNION STREET AND WORTH AVENUE.

THREE FIRE COMPANIES WERE CALLED

TO TACONIC D D S O ON INDEPENDENCE

DRIVE IN NIVERVILLE YESTERDAY

MORNING, AFTER SMOKE BEGAN FILLING

THE LAUNDRY ROOM. THE PROBLEM

WAS TRACED BACK TO A WASHING

MACHINE.

FIREFIGHTERS RESPONDED TO A

REPORTED STRUCTURE FIRE WEDNESDAY

AFTERNOON IN EARLTON. THE CALL

CAME IN JUST AFTER 2:30 AT 9

ROCK HILL ROAD.

THE ANNUAL PEOPLE'S PARADE

HAPPENS THIS MORNING IN KINDERHOOK.

THE PARADE IS OPEN TO EVERYONE

AND HEADS UP ROUTE 9 TO VILLAGE

SQUARE AT 11.

FIREWORKS TAKE PLACE TONIGHT

IN CAIRO AND WINDHAM.

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