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Daniel J. Cassavaugh has worked in the media industry since graduating from Ithaca College in 2007. He spent more than four years covering various high school and college sports, including NCAA Division I football and hockey, before becoming Digital Managing Editor of Townsquare Media Oneonta in 2012. Dan enjoys sports, tailgating, cooking, movies and reading.
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Actor David Cassidy Arrested, Charged with DWI in Schodack

Actor David Cassidy, best remembered for his role in The Partridge Family, was arrested and charged with felony DWI in the Rensselaer County town of Schodack early Wednesday morning.

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New York State Fair Potato Line Efficiency to Improve

Those who are fans of the baked potato at the New York State Fair will find the line to obtain the savory spud shorter this year.

Fair organizers say the procedure for the tuber treat will involve a separate line for the potato itself, then the drink, then the condiments.

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Four Children Among Those Killed in Tractor Trailer Accident in Truxton

The Cortland County Sheriff's Office has released the names of the seven people killed Wednesday evening in a tractor trailer and minivan collision.

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Norwich, N.Y., Gun Shop Posts Sign Banning Obama Supporters (UPDATED)

Update: We interviewed the store's owner. His comments appear below.

Heading Due North, a gun and sporting-goods store in Norwich, New York, posted two photos to its Facebook page of signs in front of the store criticizing anyone who voted for President Barack Obama or New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The store is owned and operated by David Francis, who also signed a letter posted on the storefront window.

The sidewalk sign reads: "IF YOU VOTED FOR OBAMA OR CUOMO U ARE NOT WELCOME HERE."

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Power Strip to Blame for SUNY Oneonta Fire (PHOTO GALLERY, VIDEO)

Investigators from the City of Oneonta Fire Department deemed that the fire that caused damage to Matteson Hall on the SUNY Oneonta campus started as the result of a malfunction and the improper use of an electric plug strip in a suite bedroom on the third floor.

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Baseball Writers Do Not Induct New Members into Baseball Hall of Fame, Biggio Closest

A winning candidate did not emerge from the Hall of Fame balloting conducted by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America and verified by Ernst & Young. There were 569 ballots cast, the third highest total in the history of the voting, but none of the 37 candidates in the 2013 vote gained mention on the required 75 percent for election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

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