In the Southern Tier and Central New York, volunteer Broome County reporters from Binghamton predict peak foliage with 75% transition and bright red, yellow, orange and green leaves.Spotters in Chenango County predict foliage will also be peak in Norwich, with 90% color change and red, orange... Read More.
(CONKLIN, NY) - The Conklin Fair opens Thursday, July 14 and runs through Saturday, featuring all of the activities that delight those who attend the fair every year. As always, there will be plenty of free parking and no entrance fee. A shuttle service will... Read More.
(Wellsboro, PA) – Fulfilling a commitment made last summer after the annual Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally (STPR) was downgraded from a national to a regional event one due to permitting and other issues, state and local officials met with event organizers last week to... Read More.
State officials announced today the 2021 New York State Fair, an end-of-summer celebration at the New York State Fairgrounds from August 20 to September 6 in Syracuse, will increase capacity to 100 percent and reopen many popular buildings with additional vendors, given the significant... Read More.
Sayre Public Library will re-establish full service hours to the public beginning Monday, May 3. Patrons will be able to access the library for computer use and browsing books on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10:00 am -5:00 pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00 am -7:30 pm,... Read More.
From the Newark Valley School District: Newark Valley Central School District was notified Friday of confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Newark Valley High School and Middle School. Due to privacy laws, information regarding these individuals’ identities cannot be released. We ask that you please... Read More.
From Owego-Apalachin School District Superintendent Corey Green: I wanted to take a moment to highlight some of the great work happening in our district and to keep the community updated on some important items as we move further into the school year. This past... Read More.
We plan to have all businesses back to operating by June 26th. Never has it been more important than right now for the Southern Tier to “stay the course.” All non-essential businesses were shut-down as of March 20th; by April 26th... Read More.