FROM THE CHIEF’S DESK: We need to help protect our first responders in our community. If you call for service for the Fire Department, EMS or Law Enforcement, please let the dispatcher/call-takers know if you have been exposed or are having symptoms of any... Read More.
State Police at Kirkwood say an Owego woman was injured and a Binghamton man killed in a two-vehicle crash Saturday morning on a snow-covered road in Broome county. State police issued this report: On Saturday, February 29, at approximately 8:15 a.m., troopers responded to a... Read More.
Owego Police Department has issued a warning to local residents and merchants be aware of additional counterfeit money that has already been circulated in the village. Take a look at the money in this photo, which was circulated in the villiage. Police urge everyone... Read More.
Owego Apalachin Central School District, in conjunction with Lockheed Martin, held a signing ceremony Thursdsy for OFA Senior Jasper Corson. Jasper has been working at Lockheed Martin through a co-op over the past year. He has been spending half of... Read More.
Ryan A. Benjamin, 38, of Owego, has been charged by Elmira Police with attempted kidnapping, a felony, of a 14-year old girl near a Rite-Aid in Elmira. Police arrested Benjamin on Wednesday after investigating an incident that was reported Tuesday night on the Elmira... Read More.
With winter upon us, I wanted to take some time to write to you and update you on what is going on within the village government. We have continued to work on the DRI grant. We have met with the Department of State concerning... Read More.
American Red Cross has urged support of two blood donation drives in February in Owego. Red Cross says the need is urgent to keep blood supplies at normal levels during the winter months when donations... Read More.
Abbey Mae Luffman, 16, of Owego passed away, Sunday, January 12, 2020 due to a sudden illness. Abbey is survived by her parents, Marcy and Lars Luffman; brother, Craig Luffman; sister, Briann Luffman; maternal grandparents,... Read More.
January 9 is law enforcement appreciation day. I would like to take some time to thank our men and women in law enforcement. These individuals leave their families everyday to risk thier lives protecting ours. I would like to thank not only our Owego... Read More.
Owego Police Department would like to alert the community to several bicycle thefts that occurred recently. In order to help us solve these larcenies, we want to remind everyone to register your bicycles (and any that Santa might be bringing). Please, bring your bicycle... Read More.