Five local high school seniors will compete at Tioga Downs Sunday in the track's annual Scholarship Race. Each of the seniors has received a $1,700 scholarship from the track and the local horsemen's... Read More.
A 15-year-old Harpursville High School student has been charged with posting a false threat against the school on social media. New York State Police say the unidentified student posted on Facebook last Sunday that two other students were planning a shooting at the... Read More.
An Owego Free Academy senior has received a $3,000 scholarship from SUEZ and the New York Chapter of the National Association of Water Companies. Gary King was honored during a... Read More.
Two local schools have been identified as "High Performing Reward Schools" by the New York State Education Department. Vestal Hills Elementary School was selected for the fourth straight year while the Maine-Endwell High School was also given recognition this year based... Read More.
Binghamton University has organized a way to accept unwanted items from college students as they move out of their dorm rooms or apartments for summer break. The "Ditch the Dumpster" campaign asks students... Read More.
It's graduation weekend at Binghamton University, as the school will hand out nearly 3,700 degrees during commencement ceremonies at the Events Center. Each school at BU will hold their own ceremony, with the... Read More.
Voters across New York went to the polls yesterday to vote on school district budgets. All of the proposals in Tioga and Broome Counties were approved by voters. All district voters also approved school bus purchases and many elected new school board members.... Read More.
Tuesday is Budget Vote Day for all school districts in New York, including those in Tioga County. Besides the budget vote, residents in each of the county's six school districts will be asked to elect board members and purchase or lease new school buses. Budget... Read More.
Voters in the Owego-Apalachin District will be asked to consider a proposed spending plan of $45.9 million for the 2017-2018 school year. The budget contains a property tax increase of 1.05 percent, which is below the district's nine-year average of 1.23 percent - the... Read More.
The Candor School District will ask voters to consider an $18.8 million budget for next year, which includes a property tax levy increase of 3.84 percent. Voting will be held from noon to 9pm in the High School Auditorium. The district's budget newsletter... Read More.