On Wednesday, August 21 at approximately 2:55 pm, Binghamton Police Patrol division responded to 73 Decatur St., Binghamton, for a report of a female trapped under a vehicle. Upon arrival, officers found Katherina Bobier,... Read More.
The Tioga County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a grand larceny which occurred in the Village of Newark Valley during the week of 7/15/19 through 7/19/19. During that time frame, a village-owned welcome sign... Read More.
Waverly Police Department recently completed a six-month narcotics investigation with the following additional arrests for alleged illegal drug activity and sales. According to Sgt. Mark Mitchell, three other arrests were made earlier this month... Read More.
The Tioga County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a hit and run motor vehicle accident in which a vehicle struck a 12 year-old pedestrian causing non-life threatening injuries. The vehicle is described as a grey,... Read More.
In federal court Tuesday, 47-year-old Michael Rushmer of Johnson City pled guilty to one count of sexual exploitation of a child, one count of distribution of child pornography, and one count of possession of... Read More.
The Broome County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division has arrested 25-year-old Kierstin M. Furch of Binghamton. She is accused of using another person’s personal information to make fraudulent purchases from Amazon, according to Broome detectives.
The design with the most votes will become the State's official license plate and will be available beginning April 2020. The new plates will replace the aging Empire Blue & White plates, most of... Read More.
The New York State Department of Transportation says that construction work for the Prospect Mountain Construction project will affect traffic in the city of Binghamton, beginning this week. Effective Wednesday, there will be a... Read More.
The Town of Union Board has passed an expansion of their tobacco free parks law. This was approved at a special board meeting on July 18. This law is effective immediately and will prohibit... Read More.