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JC Firefighter Seeking Reinstatement

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 has filed a lawsuit in State Supreme Court, seeking reinstatement... Read More.

Lake Effect Snow Advisory in Effect

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 snow could fall in parts of the Southern Tier. Cold... Read More.

3 Killed in Binghamton Fire

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 was fully engulfed in flames. Fire Marshall Daniel Eggleston says... Read More.

WEBO 2010-11 High School Basketball Schedule

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 the Union-Endicott High School, featuring several different Southern Tier Athletic... Read More.

Schumer: Payroll Firm Scammed Businesses

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 Waterford. The head of the company, William Stiles, has not... Read More.

First BU President Finalist on Campus Thursday

The first of five finalists to be the next Binghamton University president is on campus Thursday. Gary Miller will meet privately with college officials before making a presentation during an open forum at 3pm at the Old Union Hall. The provost and vice president of... Read More.

BU President Search Down to 5 Finalists

Binghamton University has narrowed down their presidential search to five candidates. The five unidentified finalists will each get to spend a day on campus, starting Thursday, to meet with college staff and faculty. The committee will meet the week of Dec. 20 to prepare their... Read More.

STIC Holiday Light Festival

An annual holiday light display opened at Otsiningo Park in Binghamton on Friday night. The Southern Tier Independence Center’s Hometown Holiday Light Festival features more than 75 displays this year, including an ice skating scene. It is open from 5-9pm every night through Dec. 30. You... Read More.

B-Sens Win Turkey Day Game, Lose 2 Others

The Binghamton Senators played three games in four nights over the weekend. B-Sens goalie Barry Brust made a league-high 52 saves as the Senators beat Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 5-2 in their annual Thanksgiving Day game at the Broome County Arena. The B-Sens were shutout by the Hamilton Bulldogs... Read More.

BHS to Host Thanksgiving Meal on Thursday

Binghamton High School students and staff are putting the final touches on their annual Thanksgiving dinner for the community. Organizers expect to serve nearly 4,000 people as part of the 16th annual event, including around 2,000 at the school and another 2,000 meals that will... Read More.