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Campville Potato Harvest to Assist Local Food Programs
Dozens of volunteers are planning to gather in Tioga County to harvest potatoes for use by food pantries in the region.
35 Years Ago: President Ronald Reagan Visits Endicott
It's been three-and-a-half decades since tens of thousands of people gathered to hear President Ronald Reagan speak at Union-Endicott High School.
Special Bench in Memory of Harper Stantz at Recreation Park
A bright yellow bench will be installed at Binghamton's Recreation Park to honor Harper Stantz, who died shortly after playing tennis there.
Broome County Plans to Lease Boys and Girls Club Building
A plan has been developed to protect the facility that had been home to the Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome.
Man Seriously Hurt After Being Struck By Van in Binghamton
A man who reportedly was riding a bicycle was hit by a minivan in downtown Binghamton.
Loaded Gun, Stolen Property Seized at Hinmans Corners Home
A half-dozen people face charges following an investigation into a series of thefts in Chenango Bridge and Hillcrest over the past month.
$15.5 Million Maine-Endwell Capital Project Plan Passes
Voters in the Maine-Endwell School District have approved a plan to spend nearly $15.5 million on capital projects.
New Restaurant to Open at Former JC Ground Round Site
A year after the sudden closing of the Ground Round restaurant in Johnson City, work is underway for another eatery to occupy the space.
“Shelter in Place” Order Issued at Union-Endicott High School
Several police units were sent to Union-Endicott High School after a disturbance was reported.
Maine-Endwell Teacher is New York’s Teacher of the Year
A teacher at Maine-Endwell Senior High School has been selected Teacher of the Year by the New York State Board of Regents.