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Union-Endicott Seeks To Close Budget Gap

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 Wednesday, Superintendent Sue McLeod showed her disappointment in the amount... Read More.

Most Schools Closed Early Thursday (2/13/14)

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 dismissing early today with the middle and high schools dimissing... Read More.

Capital Projects Approved In Four School Districts

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 proposal with 57 percent of the vote, Johnson City and... Read More.

Union-Endicott To Seek Approval For $7.8M Capital Plan

The Union-Endicott school district is looking for the public's vote for a $7.8 million capital project that would help improve classroom door locks and repave the high school parking lot. A public referendum vote set to take place in December will ask for the... Read More.

Local School Budgets Approved By Voters

School budgets were voted on across New York State yesterday, and locally all of the proposed budgets passed. Every district proposed an increase in school tax, but the lowest was the Owego-Apalachin School district with only a 1% increase. Binghamton, Union-Endicott, and... Read More.

Union-Endicott To Vote On Budget May 24th

Just six days away from school budget voting, the Union-Endicott district presented its budget one final time on Tuesday. U-E officials say their goal for the $74 million budget is to relieve, restore, and reserve. The district looks to relieve taxpayers with a tax... Read More.

Union-Endicott Board Approves Budget Proposal

The UE Board of Education has officially adopted their budget proposal for the 2013-14 school year during a special meeting Monday morning. The $74,018,097 spending plan includes a tax levy increase of 2.04%, which is lower than the maximum allowable limit. The district... Read More.

Odyssey of the Mind Competition Held

After months of hard work, local teams put their skills to the test at the Odyssey of the Mind tournament this weekend. Students of all ages competed in different problem solving categories, which is part of the Odyssey of the Mind international education... Read More.

High School Science Olympiad Held at BCC

Hundreds of local high schoolers showed off their science skills Saturday. Fifteen teams of students competed in the Science Olympiad tournament at Broome Community College. Students competed in more than 20 science-related events in fields ranging from chemistry to astrophysics. In one... Read More.

Union-Endicott Scchool District Hold Budget Workshops

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.