Highland Park to get Facelift

A favorite area park will soon see a face lift as its swings into Spring.  The Town of Union Board approved a resolution ordering $106,000 worth of new equipment for the playground at Highland... Read More.

Local Sports

Owego beat Chenango Forks 58-48 in Boy’s Basketball last night.  Stephen Yanchus and Mark Merritt scored 45 of Owego’s 58 points on the Chenango Forks court. Dan Molter scored 21 points for Forks.  Owego... Read More.

Milk Recalled in Finger Lakes

Milk products distributed by Finger Lakes Farms, an upstate dairy farm, are being recalled due to improper pasteurization which could lead to possible listeria and salmonella if consumed. The recalled milk products include the Ithaca... Read More.

Relay for Life Hopes to Raise $100k

Relay for Life of Western Broome is hoping you'll join them in taking a chance on hope. It's the theme they've adopted to commemorate their seventh year of existence. The group held a kick-off event... Read More.

"Snow Ball" Tickets on Sale Now

The Sullivan Trail Chapter of the American Red Cross is asking for the public's support. The Elmira chapter's biggest fundraiser of the year, the Snow Ball, is coming up later this month, but ticket... Read More.

Corning Man Indicted on Child Porn

A Corning man was indicted Tuesday in front of a Steuben County grand jury on multiple counts of possessing child pornography, a class E felony. Police say Lewis Knapp III, of Corning, had videos on... Read More.

Binghamton House Fire Ruled Accidental

Tuesday night's house fire at 48 Leroy Street in Binghamton has been ruled accidental. The fire started in a ceiling light fixture and traveled upstairs. Lights started to blink and smoke detectors were activated. The homeowner and... Read More.

Tioga Downs and Horsemen Reach Contract Agreement

The Southern Tier Harness Horsemen’s Association and Tioga Downs have agreed to a new five-year agreement that begins this year. In the new contract, the STHHA has increased the number of live race days at... Read More.

Chemung Looks to Ban Weapons in County Buildings

Chemung County is looking to enact a law that’s already been implemented in several other New York counties.  Chemung County Sheriff Christopher Moss wants to ban deadly weapons from county buildings. Currently, if someone enters... Read More.