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Tioga Planning Board Meeting Cancelled

The Tioga County Planning Board Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 18, 2011, has been CANCELLED.   The next scheduled meeting is on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 7:00 PM at the Tioga County Office Building  in the ED&P Conference Room,  on the 2nd Floor,  at... Read More.

Arrest Made After Shots Fired In Binghamton

A man is arrested after firing a gun in Binghamton.  Police responded to the area of 32 Schiller Street around at 11:39 p.m. Wednesday to reports of gunshots. There, they found and arrested 23-year-old Carnell McCarden Jr. of Binghamton.  Police say they also found... Read More.

Attorney General Wins Lawsuit Against Romano Travel

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has announced his office has successfully sued a travel agency that took thousands of dollars from consumers but failed to deliver the travel packages, cruises and other travel accommodations agreed upon. A judgment has ruled that Romano Travel, Inc.... Read More.

Legislator Proposes Sales Tax Cap On Gas

Broome County legislator Jason Garnar wants the county to cap its sales tax on gas. "I think all levels of government we gotta do something because people really are hurting at the pump," said Garner. He's proposing that they the limit the local sales tax at... Read More.

Pair Arrested for Selling Stolen Vehicle to a Scrapyard

On April 14th, deputies from the Tompkins County Sheriff"s Office investigated a complaint of a stolen motor vehicle from Level Green Road in the Town of Ulysses. Subsequently, Robert Predmore, 19 of Owego and James Haines, 18 of the Town of Caroline have been arrested. Predmore... Read More.

Route 17-C in Town of Union to be Closed May 12th

New York State Department of Transportation announced that State Route 17C (Main Street) in the Town of Union, Village of Johnson City will be closed between Fifth Street and Riverside Drive on Thursday, May 12th at approximately 9:30 a.m. The closure is to allow New... Read More.

Senator Libous Helps Pass Resolution To Crack Down On Texting While Driving

This month, Senator Libous helped pass legislation that will make it easier for law enforcement to crack down on texting-while-driving offenders and prevent tragic accidents caused by drivers distracted by texting.  The bill would make text messaging while driving a primary violation rather than a secondary violation.... Read More.

Halstead Avenue In Owego To Be Paved On Friday

The Town of Owego will start paving Halstead Avenue at 7 AM tomorrow.  All vehicles parked on the street must be removed prior to 7 AM., according to Highway Superintendent Jeff Soules. There will be no driveway access after that time and all vehicles... Read More.

U-E Freshman To Sponsor A Magic Show

Magicians from the Southern Tier Magic Circle will combine forces to bring their “An Evening of Magic” show to the U-E High School Auditorium on May 20 at 7 p.m. The performance is sponsored by the U-E Freshman Class. The show begins at 6:30 p.m.... Read More.