Oneida NY

School events September 3 thru 10 - 9/2/2919
Oneida Dispatch names senior editor, assistant senior editor - 9/4/2019
The Lounge with Caesars Sports open at Yellow Brick Road Casino - 9/4/2019


Hurricane Dorian strengthens to Category 3 and creeps up US coast - 9/5/2019
Officials Want More Talks on Cuomo's License Plate Replacement Program - 9/4/2019
Fate of former Moose Lodge delayed, tractor-trailers discussed at council meeting - 9/4/2019


Football: Youth takeover underway at VVS - 9/4/2019
US Open: Rafael Nadal pushes past Diego Schwartzman to reach semifinals - 9/5/2019
NFL Predictions 2019: Playoff Picks, Super Bowl LIV Champion, Awards Winners - 9/4/2019


Hurricane Dorian Makes Bahamians the Latest Climate-Crisis Victims - 9/4/2019

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Turning Stone Resort Casino
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Sherrill Kenwood Free Library
Oneida Community Mansion House
Thursday, September 5, 2019
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Mohican Model A Ford Car Club Car Show
Coming Up in Wampsville on September 8th

The Mohican Model A Ford Club will hold its 59th annual Antique Automobile Show and Flea Market at the Wampsville Firemen’s
Field on Sunday, September 8th, 2019 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. There is no admission charge for visitors but they are encouraged
to contribute toward Show expenses by purchasing raffle tickets to win several hundred dollars in prizes.

Raffle tickets are available only on the Show field from members.

About 800 cars covering the years 1900 to 1989 will be exhibited.  Over 150 Flea Market vendors will offer both automotive and
general antiques, collectibles etc. The show goes on, rain or shine.

Another feature of the show is the “Car Corral” where owners can display antique cars for sale.

The Club includes both Model A Ford owners and owners of a variety of other cars.  The Club supports various CNY charities, visits
area nursing homes, and participates in civic events such as parades, especially to honor veterans.

Specific information and registration forms may be obtained by calling the Co-Show Chairs:  Ted Neveldine, 315-480-2639 or Sal
Caruso, 315-436-8610 or check the website:   Specific information and registration forms may be obtained by calling the Co-Show
Chairs:  Ted Neveldine, 315-480-2639 or Sal Caruso, 315-436-8610 or check the website:
Morrisville Teen Arrested by State Police
on Rape and Criminal Sex Act Charges

Major Philip T. Rougeux of the New York State Police and Chief Deputy Derrick O’Meara of the Oneida County Child Advocacy
Center, announce the arrest of 19-year-old,
Joshua A. Eberle, of Morrisville, NY, for Rape 2nd degree, and Criminal Sex Act 2nd  
degree, both class "D" felonies.

Eberle is accused of having sexual intercourse with a female under the age of 15.  This incident occurred in August at a residence in
the town of Westmoreland.  He was transported to the Oneida County Correctional Facility pending centralized arraignment. An order
of protection was requested on behalf of the victim.  The victim has been offered services through the Child Advocacy Center.

The investigation was conducted by the New York State Police. The Oneida County Child Advocacy Center is a multi-agency, multi-
disciplinary team that fights child abuse by providing a wide range of services for child victims, while also aggressively pursuing the
offenders of these crimes.
Madison County Sheriff’s Office
Reminds Motorists a New School Year
Begins This Week

Wampsville, NY - The Madison County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind motorists to drive with caution as we begin the 2019-2020
school year. Motorists should reduce their speed when driving in designated school zones and stay alert around school bus stops.

Students of all ages will be returning to school, which will result in congested school zones and school bus stops. The Madison
County Sheriff’s Office will have personnel patrolling school zones throughout Madison County to help ensure a safe start to the new
school year. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.