Binghamton Police are investigating a vandalism complain that occurred around 6 o’clock yesterday morning. Vehicles parked on Mather and Thorp Streets in Binghamton yesterday morning all had their tires slashed. Police have not released any further information, the investigation is on-going.
A Binghamton husband and wife returned to their east side home last night to find it on fire. The 9-1-1 call came in just before 6:15 p.m. for a house fire at 32 Bingham Street. The Binghamton Fire Department responded. There were no injuries,... Read More.
The Syracuse Diocese has notified the catholic school community that Kathleen Dwyer will not return to Seton Catholic Central. The principal was put on administrative leave in December, 2010 when she acknowledged she had been arrested for shoplifting last April. Dwyer said at the... Read More.
On Saturday night, the Endicott Police Department conducted a “special detail” that targeted street level narcotics and quality of life issues in the downtown area of the Village of Endicott. This detail was a continuation of one conducted three weeks ago, which resulted in several... Read More.
The Union-Endicott Central School District has announced that their second budget workshop, scheduled for this Wednesday, has been moved to the U-E High School Auditorium. The session will begin at 7 p.m. All community members are invited to attend to learn more about the district’s budget... Read More.
Lourdes is hosting a Diabetes Education Fair on Wednesday, March 16, 2011 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm in the Lecture Hall at Lourdes Hospital, 169 Riverside Drive, Binghamton. The Lourdes Diabetes Education Fair provides the opportunity for patients and healthcare professionals alike to learn... Read More.
“The Hungry Ear,” the library program devoted to the art of the short story, will proudly present a special program of Irish stories on Monday, March 28, 5:30-7:00pm, at the Broome County Public Library. A special guest, Dr. Timothy Bridgman of the Library staff, will... Read More.
On Wednesday and Thursday, Apr. 6 and 7, UHS and Sodexo Health Care Services are hosting an “Empty Bowls” luncheon for employees to benefit the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. “Empty Bowls” is an international project to fight hunger that first began in Michigan... Read More.
It was 50 years ago this month that the Rescue Mission opened its first thrift store, originally called the Helping Hand Store. To celebrate, there will be a 50% off sale March 25th and 26th at all of their 13 stores, now known as Thrifty... Read More.
Cornell Cooperative Extension and New York Farm Bureau will be hosting “The John Barron Day Celebration” to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the employment of the first county agent. One Hundred Years ago, in what could be described as the original Agricultural Economic Development Project,... Read More.