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Endicott Police Make Stolen Property Arrest

The Endicott Police have arrested Robert Clark, 47, No Permanent Address, for felony Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the Third Degree. Clark is accused of being in possession of a stolen 2006 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin Set, valued at over $3300. Clark was located... Read More.

Guilty Plea in the Town of Union Sunoco Robbery

Christopher Berkman, 25, of Endicott pleaded guilty to one count of Robbery in the First Degree in Broome County Court on Friday. Berkman admitted to a January 24th armed robbery at the Sunoco Convenience Store in the Town of Union. Berkman will be sentenced on July... Read More.

Endicott Man Arrested in Robbery of the CITGO Store

The Endicott Police arrested Joseph Ravenell, 19, of Endicott for one felony count of Attempted Robbery. Thursday morning at about 7AM the Endicott Police responded to a robbery in progress at the Quickway/ CITGO Convenience Store on E. Main Street. The female clerk at the store... Read More.

Police And Deputies Arrest Man Hiding On A Roof

Endicott Police and Broome county Sheriff’s Deputies located a wanted man found hiding on the roof of a Washington Avenue residence.  Police say they were looking for a person in one of the apartments along the 100 block of Washington Avenue -- they did... Read More.

Endicott Man Arrested for Selling Heroin

On March 25th, the Endicott Police arrested Shanice Wright, 18, of Endicott for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree and Loitering in the 1st degree. Two additional Endicott men were charged with loitering and other misdemeanor charges. The subjects were all... Read More.

More than 25 layoffs in latest U-E schools budget

More than 25 employees within the Union-Endicott School District will lose their jobs under the district's proposed budget for next year. This comes after employees and the district could not reach an agreement on a wage freeze. Cuts to the teaching staff focus on extra... Read More.

Endicott Firefighters Win Fight for 24 Hour Shifts

A state arbitrator has ruled the Village of Endicott must reinstate 24 hour work shifts for the village's fire department. Last year, Endicott Mayor John Bertoni changed the firefighters' schedules to 10 and 14 hour shifts to cut down on sick time and provide for... Read More.

Binghamton Pair Arrested on Drug and Weapons Charges

The New York State Police and the Vestal Police Department arrested two people for the possession of cocaine, heroin, ecstacy and loaded weapons in the City of Binghamton. Police arrested Shamar Grant, 29, and Amber Graves, 24, both of Binghamton, after a search warrant... Read More.