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JC Holds Off on Code Decision, Updates FD Regulations

Johnson City has once again decided to table a resolution to merge its code office with the Town of Union. While discussing the issue at a meeting Tuesday night, trustees said there is not enough information to make an informed decision. They hope to work... Read More.

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in Owego

Veterans and a few members of the public took time Tuesday to commemorate Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in Owego. Tuesday was the 69th anniversary of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor. The Owego VFW hosted an event to remember all those who were killed and those... Read More.

O-A Residents Voting on Bus Proposition

Owego-Apalachin School District residents are voting Tuesday on a proposal to purchase four new school buses. It is part of the district’s replacement plan, which calls for buses to be taken out of service after 10-12 years on the road. O-A Superintendent Dr. Bill Russell was... Read More.

Alleged T-Burg Murder Moves to Grand Jury

A mentally disabled man accused of murdering his father has waived his right to a preliminary hearing. 28-year-old Matthew Taranto allegedly shot his father, Sal, in the stomach several times last week. Taranto’s attorney, Scott Miller, says his client was acting in self-defense last Tuesday. Sal... Read More.

Ithaca Shooting Victim Identified

The victim of an early-morning homicide in Ithaca has been identified as 47-year-old Paul Garcia. Garcia was shot to death in a parking lot at the Maplewood Apartments on Maple Ave. in the city just before 2am Tuesday. Tompkins County Sheriff Peter Meskill says the... Read More.

Candles Blamed for Fatal Fire in Binghamton

Binghamton fire investigators say unattended candles were the cause of the fire that killed three people in the city on Saturday morning. The candles were left burning in the first floor living room at 534 State Street, according to investigators. The homeowner, 61-year-old Robert Sindon,... Read More.

Elmira Woman Sentenced for Poisoning

An Elmira woman was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday for poisoning her stepson. 24-year-old Melissa Englehardt was found guilty of manslaughter for poisoning the 21-month-old boy last November. Englehardt confessed to the crime in March, saying she put antifreeze in the boy’s sippy cup... Read More.

2nd Finalist for BU President Visits Monday

The second finalist to be the next Binghamton University president was on campus Monday. Dr. Susan Jeffords is currently the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Washington-Bothell. She has been recognized for her efforts to double campus enrollment and develop new initiatives... Read More.

Trustees Table Decision to Sell Treated Water

Owego trustees tabled a decision Monday on an agreement to sell its treated water to a natural gas drilling company. Inflection Energy wants to purchase 200,000 gallons of the treated water every day from the village’s wastewater treatment plant at a cost of 5 cents... Read More.

Early Morning Shooting in Ithaca

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an overnight shooting in Ithaca. One person was killed in the apparent homicide around 2am Tuesday at an apartment complex on Maple Avenue in the city. The East Hill apartment complex mostly houses Cornell University students. The suspect allegedly... Read More.