More than 25 employees within the Union-Endicott School District will lose their jobs under the district's proposed budget for next year. This comes after employees and the district could not reach an agreement on a wage freeze. Cuts to the teaching staff focus on extra... Read More.
Fifth grade students from the Union-Endicott School District will visit the Broome County Legislative Chambers April 7th to see how County government functions. Students will participate in a mock Legislative Session along with Legislature Chairman Jerry Marinich, Town of Union Legislators David Jensen, Matt Pasquale,... Read More.
The Owego Free Academy Girls Softball Team begins their season at home today against Susquehanna Valley. The Indians will play the Sabers at 4:30 at the OFA Sports Plex. The Boys baseball team will also be hosting the Sabers from Susquehanna Valley at 4:30... Read More.
The Vestal Central School District has utilized all six of the emergency closing days scheduled into its 2010-11 school calendar at this time. As a result, Friday, May 27th, will be a day of pupil attendance for all students. In addition, students in grades K -... Read More.
Union-Endicott senior Izie Dickinson will be signing a National Letter of Intent to run cross country at St. Bonaventure next year. The official signing will occur this Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in the Library at the High School.
Union-Endicott sixth grade students at Ann McGuinness Intermediate School are working with Binghamton University engineering students this week to build ultra-simple electric generators in their technology classes. The generators are made from a hollow-ended wooden box with a nail through the center. Magnets are attached to... Read More.
The Union-Endicott Board of Education has scheduled a special budget workshop for Thursday, April 7th at 7 p.m. in the U-E High School Auditorium. Community members are invited to attend to see the latest budget numbers, including the impact of the small restoration of state... Read More.
A local high school is among the first to be granted permission to perform a legendary Broadway musical. Norwich High School is only the 2nd school in the state, and the 68th in the world to perform the full Broadway Production of "The Phantom of... Read More.
This past Saturday Decker Ayers of Owego represented Owego-Apalachin Schools by competing in the RIT- NTID National Science Fair for deaf and hard of hearing students. Decker Ayers is a 6th grader at Owego-Apalachin Middle School. He entered in the middle school individual competition. He was the... Read More.