Candor, Spencer Van Etten, and Whitney Point are also dismissing early today.
Owego Free Academy and Owego Apalachin Middle School will dismiss at 1 p.m. today due to the promise of inclement weather. Apalachin Elementary School and Linnaeus West Elementary School (OES) will dismiss at 2 p.m. There will be no afternoon Universal Pre-K today. There will be no... Read More.
The Tioga Central School District will dismiss students at 12 noon today due to the impending snow storm.
We have had many requests from people who missed the broadcast of Owego Fire Department Captain Matt Porcari's funeral service on Sunday, 1/27/13. With the family's permission, we have posted the recording here, for all those who wish to listen to it.
Taxpayers in the Union-Endicott School District got their first glimpse at what will be another tough year financially. U-E held the first of four budget workshops Wednesday evening. The presentation set goals for the next school year. Benefits will be the biggest... Read More.
The early steps in coming up with a 2013-2014 budget for the Owego-Apalachin School district will take place this week and again next month. The school district has scheduled two budget forums to allow members of the public to share their ideas and... Read More.
An early morning snowfall has delayed many Broome & Tioga County area school districts this morning. Candor, Newark Valley, Owego-Aplachin, Tioga Central, Binghamton, Union-Endicott, Vestal, Johnson City, Maine-Endwell, Whitney Point, and Sayre have all called in a 2-hour delay. Snow is expected to continue... Read More.
The Maine-Endwell School District is moving forward with mid-year staff reductions. Thursday, the School Board approved a measure that cuts nine positions. Five cleaning positions were eliminated, as well as two lunchroom positions, a computer services coordinator and a maintenance position. The... Read More.
Vestal Central School district has been awarded a grant to help with their youth literacy programs. The Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded a grant of just under $3,900 to the school district for the 2012-2013 school year. The grants are awarded to assist with implementing... Read More.
Young and old came together to pay tribute to a World War 2 veteran who never got to graduate until yesterday. After waiting more than seventy years, Private First Class Robert Hunt finally got his high school diploma from Johnson City High School. The... Read More.