Bilal A. Flynn, of Endicott, was sentenced Wednesday to nine years in prison and three years parole for a February 2020 drug conviction. A Broome County Jury found Flynn guilty of 10 drug counts at his February trial. He was arrested June 7, 2019, by the... Read More.
On March 30 at approximately 5:08 p.m., New York State Police at Endwell arrested Alexia M. Pike, age 32 of Endicott, for the misdemeanor of Forgery in the third degree. An investigation began on March 25, when troopers were contacted by a member of the Broome... Read More.
State of Emergency has been declared by Mayor Linda Jackson in the geographical area within the Village of Endicott effective at 4 p.m. on March 18. The State of Emergency has been declared due to emergency conditions produced by the threat of a... Read More.
Village of Endicott is hoping for its moment in the spotlight and a much-needed helping hand from HGTV by applying to be considered for a new TV show on the cable network. “Home Town Takeover” is a forthcoming series from HGTV... Read More.
Endicott Police Department is continuing the investigation into an incident in which a motorist failed to comply with a police officer by fleeing in a motor vehicle. The incident occurred on Saturday at approximately 4:30 p.m., when the motorist fled from the police officers... Read More.
Shawn M. Kostick pleaded guilty Tuesday to manslaughter for the 2014 death of his father, Harry J. Kostick, in the Village of Endicott. For nearly five years, no arrest was made in the case, until a Broome County Grand Jury handed up an indictment... Read More.
In recognition of Mayor John Bertoni’s 12 years of service to the Village of Endicott, the Board of Trustees hosted an open house reception in early December. Local dignitaries, Endicott residents, village staff and partners from local media outlets attended to celebrate the service... Read More.
WHAT: Members of the Endicott Fire department Local 1280 together with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, will fan out across the Endicott area with boots in hand, asking pedestrians, motorists, customers and other passersby to make a donation to MDA for the fire fighters' annual... Read More.
Endicott Police announce the arrest of Chad M. Quick, age 40, of Endicott for first-degree Harassment as a Hate Crime. Quick was arrested after an investigation revealed he yelled racial epithets combined with physical threats at a crossing guard, while the guard was on... Read More.
New funding has been awarded in New York State to improve the capabilities of bomb squads to locate and prevent emergencies caused by improvised explosive devices. The Village of Endicott is one of a dozen communities to be selected in the grant program. $100,000... Read More.