Michael Gincerowski, who was admittedly driving drunk when he hit and killed an Owego teenager, was sentenced Friday in Broome County Court to serve 5 to 15 years in a New York state prison. Connie Mazzarese, 16, was riding her bike in Port Crane in... Read More.
Each year, thousands of people visit the museum in order to view the splendor of O Tannenbaum. O Tannenbaum is the Tioga County Historical Society’s Annual Holiday Display and Auction. Trees, wreaths and other items donated by the community are displayed throughout the museum as... Read More.
Owego Middle School student Kaelyn Katchuk and Vestal Middle School student Sindi Xindi, along with family, were guests of the Apalachin Lions at a recent meeting. (more…)
An Apalachin man is lucky to be alive after the quick actions of a New York State Police sergeant and two civilians. Sgt. Robert Bloom III was on his way to the Broome County Academy... Read More.
On Saturday, November 30, the Tioga County Legislature will join in supporting America’s small business and entrepreneur community by participating in the annual “Small Business Saturday.” This is a day when shoppers, small businesses, and civic leaders come together to strengthen their communities by... Read More.
Republican Tioga County Sheriff Gary Howard held off Libertarian challenger Joseph Breitwieser. Tioga County Clerk Andrea Klett ran unopposed. Ryan Kline and Bob Williams ran unopposed for Tioga County Coroner positions. In Barton, Town Clerk Arrah Richards ran unopposed. For Barton Town Council.... voters chose Republicans John... Read More.
The family of New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) worker Dennis “Matt” Howe today joined State Senator Fred Akshar, DOT Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez, and other area officials at a ceremony to officially designate the “Dennis ‘Matt’ Howe Memorial Highway.” Akshar and... Read More.
Tioga County Public Health reminds parents that effective Friday, November 1, New York State Law will require all children under the age of two to remain in a rear-facing car seat. Previously, the law only required them to remain rear-facing until their first birthday. Motor vehicle... Read More.
Owego Police Department continues to alert the public and businesses that currently there are fraudulent $100.00 bills being passed. The bills are older style and will pass the "pen" test. Police suggest that you thoroughly examine the $100 bills when you accept them. If... Read More.
FROM WAVERLY POLICE DEPARTMENT: On Wednesday, October 23, Waverly police arrested CARL L. SIMPSON , age 54 , of Waverly, for two counts each of felony criminal drug sale (5th degree) and felony criminal drug possession (5th degree). SIMPSON was wanted on a recently... Read More.