The third finalist in the search for the next Binghamton University president is on campus Wednesday. Affirmative action lawyer Jonathan Alger is the chief compliance officer for intercollegiate athletics and general counsel for Rutgers, the... Read More.
The tree that was at the center of a debate between a Town of Maine property owner and NYSEG has a new home. The spruce tree that was cut down from the Mitchell property last... Read More.
Fresh off their victory at the Newark Valley Invitational, the Owego wrestling team won 10 of 15 matches against Susquehanna Valley Tuesday night to beat the Sabers 51-28. Also Tuesday, Johnson City won the final... Read More.
Binghamton fire investigators say unattended candles were the cause of the fire that killed three people in the city on Saturday morning. The candles were left burning in the first floor living room at 534... Read More.
The second finalist to be the next Binghamton University president was on campus Monday. Dr. Susan Jeffords is currently the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Washington-Bothell. She has been recognized for... Read More.
A former Johnson City firefighter is appealing the village’s decision to discharge him over a public lewdness charge. Robert Rauschmeier was discharged in July after charges that he allegedly exposed himself in a window. He... Read More.
A lake effect snow advisory is in effect Monday for parts of our listening area, including Tioga, Tompkins and northern Broome counties. The National Weather Service in Binghamton says between 3 and 6 inches of... Read More.
Three family members were killed in a house fire on Saturday in Binghamton. Just after 5am, city firefighters were dispatched to a fire at 534 State Street. When they arrived, they say the three-story home... Read More.
The Radigan Broadcasting Group is pleased to announce that News Radio, WEBO will again broadcast high school basketball this season. WEBO will broadcast both boys’ and girls’ basketball games from both Owego Free Academy and... Read More.
Senator Charles Schumer says a Binghamton payroll services firm scammed several Southern Tier businesses. Most of them now owe thousands of dollars in back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service after their partnership with Aeden... Read More.