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National Weather Bureau Issues Area Flood Watch

The National Weather Service in Binghamton has issued a Flood Watch for a large portion of central New York... including the following counties: Tioga, Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Otsego, Chemung, and Steuben. The Weather Service believes there is a 25-30% chance the area will see a... Read More.

Update: Second Person has Died from Route 13 Accident

Julia Cribb, 26, from Florence South Carolina, the second driver in last week's Route 13 crash in the Town of Cayuta has succumbed to her injuries. A Mansfield State art professor, Carol Schwartz, 68, was pronounced dead at the scene. Julia's vital organs were donated... Read More.

Tioga Rural Economic Area Partnership to Hold Training Program

Tioga Rural Economic Area Partnership is accepting applications to an in-depth training program entitled, Stronger Economies Together, developed by the USDA Rural Development and the nation’s Regional Rural Development Centers to assist rural economic development through regional cooperation. With a special interest in bio-energy business... Read More.

Park Avenue Players to Present 'Old Time Radio Show'

Remember the radio classics, "Father Knows Best", "The Green Hornet", "Burns and Allen" and others? Come enjoy the play, "Old Time Radio Show" presented by the Park Avenue Players at the Waverly Presbyterian Church. The dates are Friday, March 11th and Saturday, March 12th at 7... Read More.

Train Hits Stuck Tractor Trailer in Barton

Anthony Eddy, 57, of Ontario, Canada was injured in a Sunday night train and tractor trailer collision in Barton. A truck belonging to Revilo Transit became stuck on the tracks and was struck by a Norfolk-Southern freight train at about 11PM. Eddy was taken to Robert... Read More.

Binghamton State of Emergency Extended to Midnight

Mayor Matt Ryan, on the recommendation of public safety officials, has extended the City of Binghamton’s State of Emergency until midnight tonight. Until then, City streets will remain closed to all motorists except for emergency vehicles. “We’re taking all precautions to ensure that our streets are... Read More.