A local school district celebrated Flag Day with a visit from a Marine. Maine Memorial Elementary School held an early Flag Day celebration this morning. Lance Corporal Bryan Lang presented a flag that was flown on an F-18 Hornet mission in Afghanistan. Bryan graduated... Read More.
Applications are still being accepted for Vestal Central School District’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten program for the 2011-2012 school year. The pre-kindergarten program is free to Vestal residents, and children who will turn four years old by December 1, 2011, are eligible. Applications are available on the district’s... Read More.
After its original budget proposal was rejected last month, the Owego-Apalachin School District board decided last night to submit a revised budget to residents for a vote. The revised budget cuts $68,000 from the original proposal and includes a 1.5 percent increase in the... Read More.
Maine-Endwell High School music performance groups have returned home after winning awards at the Music in the Parks festival held May 27 at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. The school’s symphonic band and string orchestra placed first in the competition, and the... Read More.
Owego Free Academy will induct 5 new members into their Wall of Fame tonight ranging from the Class of 1930 all the way to 1973. There will be a dinner followed by the induction ceremony in the school cafeteria tonight. To be inducted, these... Read More.
Vestal High School will hold their annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony tonight. Starting in 1995, Vestal High School each year inducts individuals who have been exceptional in the areas of education, community service, athletics, or whatever career paths they have chosen. Hall of... Read More.
Maine-Endwell needed a stellar second half to defeat the Owego Free Academy girls Lacrosse team Wednesday in the Section 4 Class C final. The final score was 13 - 9. The one goal game was broken open by Maine-Endwell early in the second half. With M-E leading... Read More.
Senator Tom Libous, Lourdes Hospital President/CEO David Patak and YES! Safe Choices for Kids will honor more than 540 YES! LEADers from Broome, Tioga and Chenango Counties at a special end-of-year LEADers Change Lives Recognition Reception. The event will be held at The McKinley on... Read More.
Binghamton City Schools passed 804 - 412 Chenango Forks passed 479 - 272 Chenango Valley Schools passed 540 - 306 Deposit passed 345 - 163 Harpursville passed 540 - 306 Johnson City passed 838 - 662 Maine-Endwell passed 944 - 428 Susquehanna Valley passed 588 - 497 Union-Endicott Schools passed 1,332 -... Read More.
Candor passed 277 - 183 Newark Valley passed 374 - 222 Owego-Apalachin defeated 787 - 757 Tioga passed 267 - 124 Waverly passed 205 - 94