The Binghamton Senators played the maximum amount of hockey with their rivals, the Rochester Americans, in a home-and-home series over the weekend. Both Saturday’s game in Binghamton and Sunday’s in Rochester went to shootouts, with the Amerks winning Saturday and the B-Sens prevailing on Sunday. The... Read More.
The fifth and final candidate to be the next Binghamton University president is on campus Monday. Dr. Bruce Bursten is the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. The Chicago native is also a distinguished professor of chemistry at... Read More.
Federal charges are on the way for an Apalachin man who has been accused of producing and distributing child pornography. 46-year-old Richard Pierce was arrested by State Police in November and charged with using a child in a sexual performance. Now, he is facing federal charges... Read More.
Over 400 degrees were handed out Sunday as Binghamton University held their fall commencement at the Events Center. BU alum Billy Baldwin addressed the graduating class, telling them that he has hope that most of them will find jobs, despite the struggling job market. The... Read More.
A former Binghamton University basketball player was in court Thursday. DJ Rivera is facing charges in Broome County Court for allegedly stealing a debit card and using it to purchase clothes, a television and condoms. Rivera’s attorney has asked to be removed as counsel, saying that... Read More.
The fourth finalist to be the next president at Binghamton University will be on campus Friday. Uday Sukhatme is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Dean of Faculties at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis. He is also a physics professor at IUPUI. The search committee says... Read More.
A Vestal boy has donated toy blocks for needy children in our area. 7-year-old Ryan Stedman is the founder of the “Easy Builders” toy block sets. Along with his father, he built 2,000 blocks that he donated to Toys for Tots. Classmates at the Vestal Hills... Read More.
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 State University of New Jersey. Alger manages all legal efforts for... 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 week is now serving as a Christmas tree on the... 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 four matches to upend Chenango Forks, Vestal beat Elmira, Union-Endicott... Read More.