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first_imgWNY News Now Stock Image.LAKEWOOD – A Village of Sherman man is facing DWI charges after allegedly driving to a local cemetery while intoxicated.Lakewood-Busti Police say Kevin Cole, 56, was found slumped over his steering wheel while parked at Sunset Hill Cemetery on Saturday just before 5:30 p.m.Through investigation police allege Cole was drinking at a local establishment before he drove himself to the cemetery.Police say after Cole failed field sobriety tests he was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. Officers report a record check revealed that Cole had a pervious DWI conviction in 2015, upgrading his charge to a felony.Cole additionally, police say, has a revoked driver’s license and did not have an interlock device installed in his vehicle. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgThe Owner, Michael Hakes, says right now, the store is a pop-up. He explained how it came to be, saying that in the wake of the pandemic, 10 local artists and friends decided to come together to sell their products. Organizers say its important to support one another in the community. The Artisan Shop in Endicott is a store that sells only products made by local artists. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — A local shop in Endicott is reminding residents to not only shop locally and support local artists and businesses but to also adopt locally. The shop was also asking people to sign cards as they left which will be delivered to nursing homes later in the holiday season. And make sure to stop by when you can, as right now the store is a pop-up and might only be open for a little while longer. They also say they hope to partner with The Artisan Shop sometime again soon for another adoption event. If you’re looking to adopt, Every Dog’s Dream Rescue says to go to their website and fill out an application form. The Adopt and Shop event organizers from The Artisan Shop teamed up with Every Dog’s Dream Rescue to promote adoption, and there were many kittens at the event ready to be taken home. You can visit the store in Endicott which is attached to the Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital.last_img read more

first_img A subdued Villa Park was expecting to party after they sealed survival last week but ended watching in almost silence as the hosts stuttered. And they were almost stunned again on 26 minutes when Ings should have doubled Burnley’s lead. George Boyd tricked his way to the byline and left Charles N’Zogbia trailing but Ings could only balloon his cross over. The quiet Benteke then saw a volley deflect wide eight minutes before the break, before Heaton saved his downward header two minutes later. It was at least signs of life from Villa who, up until then, played in second gear and allowed Burnley too much time and space. Heaton tipped Westwood’s stinging drive over in first-half injury time and Villa kept pressing after the break. Benteke and Fabian Delph lashed wide but while the hosts improved they lacked the quality to breakthrough. Yet Agbonlahor should have levelled on 63 minutes when he fired straight at Heaton after Benteke had bulldozed his way through. Instantly, though, Burnley broke and Steer needed to block Boyd’s attempted chip after the midfielder broke past Villa’s static defence. It was the Clarets’ only second-half chance as the hosts continued to make the running and Heaton needed to be at his agile best to deny Delph and N’Zogbia in quick succession. First, he turned Delph’s shot away before tipping over N’Zogbia’s rising drive a minute later. But Villa’s threat waned with Burnley having the luxury of substituting Ings to consolidate their lead at the death. But the striker’s first-half winner still meant the Clarets finished second bottom as they made a swift return to the Football League. It was his 11th of the season and possibly last strike for the club with the out-of-contract forward expected to leave Turf Moor in the summer. Press Association Burnley signed off from the Barclays Premier League with a deserved 1-0 win at Aston Villa as Danny Ings gave them a perfect leaving present. Villa, subdued for most of the first half, struggled to make a breakthrough although Tom Heaton saved from Gabriel Agbonlahor, Christian Benteke and Ashley Westwood. Defeat saw Villa finish fourth bottom in the Premier League, ahead of the FA Cup final with Arsenal on Saturday, after another brush with the drop. With one eye on Wembley, Tim Sherwood handed keeper Jed Steer his top-flight debut while Nathan Baker returned from a knee injury and Agbonlahor was also recalled. Michael Keane and Fredrik Ulvestad started for Burnley with the Clarets having already been relegated. But Sean Dyche’s side refused to go without one last fight and hit the winner after just six minutes. Ings cashed in on poor Villa defending when he looped a header over Steer after Ashley Barnes’ clever knock down. It allowed the visitors to open up and they were the more adventurous as Villa struggled to find any momentum. But they still should have levelled after 16 minutes only for Ron Vlaar to blaze wide from 15 yards after Tom Cleverley found him free in the box. last_img read more