Union-Endicott High School senior Kyle Berner has been named one of 3,000 candidates for the 2011 Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from the nearly 3.2 million students expected to graduate from U.S. high schools this year. Kyle is the son of Andrew and Deborah... Read More.
The 2nd Annual Community Expo will be held on Wednesday, March 30, from 1 – 6PM at the new Waverly Village Hall, 32 Ithaca Street, Waverly, New York. The name of “Putting it all Together” has been chosen by the Planning Committee, as we can... Read More.
On May 5, the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce's Broome Leadership Institute Class of 2011 will host a dinner and basket raffle at Brothers 2 Restaurant in Endwell from 5:30-8 PM. Proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome. Cost is $12 per... Read More.
The National Weather Service in Binghamton has issued a Flood Watch for a large portion of central New York... including the following counties: Tioga, Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Otsego, Chemung, and Steuben. The Weather Service believes there is a 25-30% chance the area will see a... Read More.
Congressman Maurice Hinchey has written Lisa Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, asking her to review an internal EPA decision to allow hydraulic fracturing in the New York City Watershed. It was reported by The New York Times last Thursday that internal versions of... Read More.
Julia Cribb, 26, from Florence South Carolina, the second driver in last week's Route 13 crash in the Town of Cayuta has succumbed to her injuries. A Mansfield State art professor, Carol Schwartz, 68, was pronounced dead at the scene. Julia's vital organs were donated... Read More.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has announced an agreement with Curves International to reimburse New Yorkers who prepaid for memberships to gyms that had closed their doors. As part of the settlement, Curves International will set up a reimbursement fund for consumers who paid for health... Read More.
State Senator Jim Norman of Florida has introduced a bill in the Florida Legislature that would make it a felony to take a picture of a farm without the owner’s permission. The Bill says - A person who photographs, video records or otherwise produces images... Read More.
Tioga Rural Economic Area Partnership is accepting applications to an in-depth training program entitled, Stronger Economies Together, developed by the USDA Rural Development and the nation’s Regional Rural Development Centers to assist rural economic development through regional cooperation. With a special interest in bio-energy business... Read More.
Remember the radio classics, "Father Knows Best", "The Green Hornet", "Burns and Allen" and others? Come enjoy the play, "Old Time Radio Show" presented by the Park Avenue Players at the Waverly Presbyterian Church. The dates are Friday, March 11th and Saturday, March 12th at 7... Read More.