The Union-Endicott Central School District heard public feedback yesterday regarding its proposed budget. The 2015-2016 budget calls for a 1.75 percent spending increase, which amounts to a roughly $1.3 million dollar budget increase.... Read More.
The Union-Endicott Superintendent is asking for feedback from the community as the district finalizes next year's proposed budget. Last night, board members and the superintendent held the second of three work sessions to shape... Read More.
Union-Endicott High School has announced that it will be closed to all visitors in July and part of August as asbestos abatement takes place in the building. Beginning July 7th, the asbestos removal will... Read More.
A Union-Endicott alum and recent Boston University graduate is one of 26 players selected to participate in the United States' Under-23 Women's National Soccer Team training camp. 22-year-old Kylie Strom will head to the... Read More.
Lockheed Martin has donated $150,000 to Broome-Tioga BOCES as they look to start a science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM, hub. The STEM Hub of the Eastern Southern Tier will be created as... Read More.
Five local high school students started to prepare this weekend for the 2014 Tioga Downs Scholarship Race. The scholarship race is set to take place on June 1st, and five local students are each... Read More.
A spending plan for the Union-Endicott school district calls for no cuts to programs or staffing. The 2014-2015 spending plan was approved by the school board during a budget workshop Monday night. Now the... Read More.
Administrators for the Union-Endicott School District are looking to close a budget gap of $671,000 in order to stay within the tax levy limit for the next school year. At a budget workshop on... Read More.
The Newark Valley School District will be dismissing early today, with the middle school dismissing at 11 o'clock, the high school at 11:15, and the elementary at 12:15. The Owego-Apalachin School District will be... Read More.
Residents in four Southern Tier school districts approved capital projects on Tuesday. The projects called for building and grounds improvements ranging from $3 million to $17 million. Voters in the Union-Endicott district approved their... Read More.