Every year since 1958, the Apalachin Lions have been going door-to-door selling brooms to raise funds to better serve the community. Due to the uncertainty raised by COVID-19, and out of concern for the health and safety of the community and the Lions... Read More.
At a recent Apalachin Lions meeting, students from the club's service area of Apalachin and Campville, NY, and Little Meadows, Pa., shared their activities in American Music Abroad. They traveled to Italy, Croatia, Austria, Germany and Switzerland while performing in a band,... Read More.
On Sunday…not long after midnight…the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a child with special needs missing from a home in Apalachin. The child was wearing an Operation Life Saver tracker, which gives out a radio signal that can be tracked... Read More.
The president of Southern Tier Recycling said Monday the company will rebuild its Recycling Plant in Apalachin after was destroyed earlier this month by a massive fire. At the same time, says it will continue to play... Read More.
Tioga County Department of Emergency Services released a statement Wednesday about the investigation into the weekend fire at Taylor Garbage recycling facility: "The structure fire that occurred Friday evening January 3, 2020 at Taylor Garbage Recycling Facility located at 5730 State Route 434, Apalachin... Read More.
In a statement released Monday, Taylor Garbage said: "On Friday, January 3rd, we experienced a fire at our recycling center located at 5730 Route 434 in Apalachin. While the incident is still under investigation, we believe it was started by a cell phone battery... Read More.
These photos were taken by WEBO's Matt Lewis on Friday night as fire and smoke filled the sky in the Apalachin area.
Matt Lewis, of WEBO, went live Friday night at the spectacular fire at Taylor's recycling facility in Apalachin. WATCH: Click Here
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.