Owego Police Department would like to alert the community to several bicycle thefts that occurred recently. In order to help us solve these larcenies, we want to remind everyone to register your bicycles (and any that Santa might be bringing). Please, bring your bicycle... Read More.
Jenna Layton, Coalition Coordinator of Tioga ASAP(Allies Substance Abuse Prevention) and Kylie Holochak, 2020 Coalition Chair joined the WEBO morning show to discuss the dangers of impaired driving. Taking a controlled substance, even if it has been prescribed to you, and then getting behind... Read More.
New York State Police and local law enforcement agencies in the Southern Tier are participating in a special enforcement effort to crackdown on impaired driving now underway until January 1, 2020. Police are taking to the roads in an effort to stop impaired driving,... Read More.
Recently, the Tioga County Rural Ministry receive2d a unique donation meant to benefit its programs across the board. Offered up was a charming assortment of vintage glassware and other antique items appropriate as gifts or welcome additions to existing collections. Included are prime examples... Read More.
Visit the Historic Village of Owego tonight for something new --- MOONLIGHT SHOPPING from 5pm-12am. Over a dozen locations will be open late, with discounts and specials, refreshments, entertainment and more. JOIN... Read More.
Binghamton Police Department is investigating a larceny from a vehicle that occurred last month on the West Side of Binghamton. The male in these surveillance photos is a person of interest. The Binghamton Police Detective... Read More.
An evergreen wreath on the graves of all Fallen Heroes, at the entrance to every cemetery and at the headstones of as many veterans as possible is the objective of the 12th annual Wreath across America program in Tioga, Bradford and Northern Susquehanna Counties... Read More.
Senator Fred Akshar and Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo announced new bi-partisan legislation to help families dealing with Lyme disease receive more definitive diagnosis from their health care providers. “The Demos Ford Act,” is named for a 10-year-old community member dealing with long-term Lyme disease... Read More.
Shortly after midnight on December 7, Broome County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a domestic dispute on Welton Street in the Town of Colesville. Subsequent investigation revealed that Matthew Baxter, 30, Harpursville, had broken a chair over his mother’s back while under the influence of... Read More.
Opioid overdose deaths among New York State residents, outside New York City, declined 15.9 percent in 2018 compared to 2017, the first decrease in 10 years, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday. While close to 2,000 people... Read More.