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Owego Parking Survey Results

Owego Police Chief Rick McCulskey reported on the results of a parking survey at Monday’s village board meeting. The most popular suggestion would be to have employees and owners of downtown businesses park somewhere outside of the village. Another popular suggestion was to enforce a... Read More.

New Recycling Initiatives in Binghamton

Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan announced new recycling initiatives for the city Monday as part of America Recycles Day. Weis Markets has agreed to distribute both recycling information and yellow bins at their Binghamton stores this weekend. The bins are available year-round to all city residents... Read More.

PA Woman Dies After Falling Off Horse

A Bradford County woman died Saturday after falling off her horse. Pennsylvania State Police say 37-year-old Wendi Tedesco of Columbia Crossroads was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman was riding her horse on private property off Ketchum Road in Columbia Township when she fell off... Read More.

Broome Deputy Agrees to Plea Deal

A Broome County Sheriff’s Deputy pled guilty to official misconduct on Friday. 33-year-old John Goodwin also pled guilty to public lewdness as part of a deal reached with prosecutors, according to the District Attorney’s office. Goodwin was charged with two counts of public lewdness in August.... Read More.

Murder Reported in Oneonta

An Oneonta man is facing murder charges after an unresponsive woman was found in his home. 27-year-old William Sprague was arrested early Sunday morning after police found the unconscious body of 26-year-old Sonya Ridge inside. The woman was taken to a hospital, where she later... Read More.

Hull Guilty of Manslaughter, Acquitted of Murder

A Delaware County jury found Glenford Hull guilty of manslaughter on Saturday after 25 hours of deliberations. The jury acquitted the man on murder charges. Hull was on trial a second time for shooting and killing his neighbor, 23-year-old Chance Caffery, in 2006. He was convicted of... Read More.

Lockheed Employees Stuff Care Packages

Local Lockheed Martin employees and their families spent a few hours Saturday stuffing more than 10,000 care packages for soldiers. Over 150 people volunteered to stuff the packages at Lockheed’s Hidden Valley Warehouse in Apalachin as part of Operation USO Care Package. Each two-pound package contains... Read More.

Thanksgiving Dinner at YMCA

More than 350 people were treated to a free Thanksgiving Dinner Sunday at the Western Family YMCA in Johnson City. The non-profit has held a free turkey dinner every year for more than 20 years. Those who attended were treated to a dinner of turkey, mashed... Read More.

Waverly Sells Village Hall Annex

Waverly has reached an agreement with local restaurant owners to sell its Village Hall Annex. The owners of the Rail House will buy the building for $43,000, according to village officials. The restaurant neighbors the annex on Broad Street. The new owners say they will renovate... Read More.

Elmira Woman Sentenced to 180 Days in Jail

An Elmira woman who pled guilty to helping cause the death of her young son was sentenced to 180 days in jail on Friday. 22-year-old Samantha Skinkle was also sentenced to five years of probation by Chemung County Judge James Hayden as part of a... Read More.

EI Announces Layoffs

Endicott Interconnect announced layoffs on Friday. Both hourly and salaried employees were given notices, according to the company’s human resources department. The cuts are part of a company-wide re-organization plan. Workers that remain at EI will be entered into the state’s Shared Work program, meaning that... Read More.

SU Plays Tonight

The Syracuse University men’s basketball team wraps up its exhibition season tonight against a LeMoyne squad that beat them last year.The loss to the Dolphins did not appear to negatively affect the Orange, who went on to win their first 13 regular season games... Read More.