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Endicott Holds Holiday Parade

Endicott held their annual Holiday Parade on Washington Avenue Saturday night. Families bundled up to watch the parade, which offered several different organizations, Santa Claus and even the Grinch. Organizer Darlene Leonard says the parade is intended to help promote downtown businesses in Endicott, many of... Read More.

Elmira Police Chief Announces Retirement

Elmira Police Chief Scott Drake will retire next month. After 23 years on the force, including the last six as top cop for the city, Drake says it’s time to move on. The chief will step down on January 7th, leaving Deputy Chief Michael Robertson to... Read More.

Kidnapping Charges in Elmira

An Elmira teen is facing kidnapping charges after police say he held his former girlfriend against her will. Police say 18-year-old Tyler Pratt took the unidentified 17-year-old girl from the village of Horseheads to his residence in Elmira. Pratt is now charged with second-degree kidnapping and... Read More.

Lights on the River Tonight

Owego is hosting their fourth annual “Lights on the River” festival Friday. The village’s special holiday lights will be turned on together at 6pm, once Santa flips the switch at the Tioga County Courthouse with WEBO’s Lew Sauerbrey. Downtown shops and restaurants will stay open late... Read More.

Kenyon Sentenced to 25 Years to Life

William Kenyon was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Thursday. The 50-year-old from Johnson City was convicted of first-degree manslaughter in July in connection with the 2009 death of his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Kelly Wescott. Kenyon’s sentencing was delayed after the district attorney’s office... Read More.

WEBO 2010-11 High School Basketball Schedule

The Radigan Broadcasting Group is pleased to announce that News Radio, WEBO will again broadcast high school basketball this season. WEBO will broadcast both boys’ and girls’ basketball games from both Owego Free Academy and the Union-Endicott High School, featuring several different Southern Tier Athletic... Read More.

Mayor Arrington on WEBO Morning Show

Village of Owego trustees will make a decision Monday on a deal with Inflection Energy that could mean millions of dollars over the next 10 years. The Denver-based natural gas drilling company wants to purchase the effluent, or treated water, from the village’s Wastewater Treatment... Read More.

State Police Asking for Help from Public

State Police are asking for the public’s help to find the man who robbed a store in Nichols at gunpoint on Wednesday. Around 8pm, investigators say a white male entered the Dollar General Store on East River Road, wearing blue jeans, black sneakers and a... Read More.

Stem Cell Advocate Passes Away

A local author and stem cell transplant advocate has lost her battle with cancer. Carol Franz of Owego passed away Thursday. She was 68 years old. Carol lived most of her life in Owego and became a staunch advocate of stem cell research after receiving transplants... Read More.

JC Holds Holiday Parade Thursday

Johnson City held their annual Holiday Parade Thursday night. Hundreds of people braved the cold temperatures to line Main Street for the parade, which featured plenty of groups including the Johnson City High School Marching Band and of course, Santa Claus. This was the 26th year... Read More.