Owego Little League (OLL) is preparing to host the New York 10U Little League Championship at the Hyde Park Little League fields from July 20 to 25. Opening Ceremonies will be held on Saturday,... Read More.
On Sunday, the area's finest independent artists transform Owego's Draper Park into an outdoor art gallery with an art show & sale from 10am-4pm. In addition to the beautiful artwork that will be on... Read More.
On July 6 at approximately 11:49 p.m., New York State Police at Owego arrested Gusta R. Manuel, age 36 of Owego, for the misdemeanor of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. A trooper was dispatched... Read More.
The Tioga County Civil War Memorial will mark its 128th Anniversary at noon Thursday, July 4, with a special brief ceremony on the south lawn of the Tioga County Courthouse facing the... Read More.
James P. Yost, 29, of Owego, was arrested Monday on an outstanding Bench Warrant for Petit Larceny, a class A Misdemeanor, issued by the Town of Horseheads Court on June 27. YOST was released... Read More.
The death of an Owego teenager who was killed May 1 when he was struck by a train at the track on South Depot Street... Read More.
Owego police investigated a sexual assault complaint. Following the investigation, police arrested 18-year-old Samual Heater of Newark Valley. He was charged with forcible touching and unlawful imprisonment. Heater was issued an appearance... Read More.
Owego police responded to a larceny complaint at John’s Fine Food on North Avenue. During the investigation, 28-year-old Norman Shaheen and 29-year-old Sarah Hartjen, both of McDonough, were charged with petit larceny, unlawful possession... Read More.
Funeral services will be held Friday for the Owego teenager who was struck and killed while riding her bicycle Saturday night in the Town of Fenton. 16-year-old Constance “Connie” Mazzarese was a member of... Read More.
This year marks the 150th Anniversary of Officer Isaac Wiltsie and the 50th Anniversary of Officer Forrest Allen Hall’s Line of Duty deaths. On June 1, the 'Blue Brothers' held their annual Fallen Officers... Read More.