I join Morning Show Host Bob Joseph beginning at 6am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. I'm a graduate of Elmira College and I worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. My husband, Randy and I are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep us quite busy.
Comment Now on Pa. Susquehanna River Bridges Replacement
PennDOT resumes planning and doing environmental reviews for the replacement of the Interstate 81 bridges over the Susquehanna River in Susquehanna County.
Accused Child Sexual Assault Suspect Finally Gets Sent to Jail
A Johnson City man, whose release following allegations of sexual encounters with a minor in 2021 sparked outrage, will be spending three years in prison.
Johnson City Roadway Renamed in Memory of Fallen Police Officer
A portion of a heavily traveled road in Johnson City is being named after a fallen Village Police Officer.
Scam Calls from 607 Area Code Seek “Donations” to Police
There have been several recent reports of telephone calls coming from the 607 area code where a scammer is trying to get people to “donate” to police charity.
Broome County Court Pleas for Motorcycle Theft and Gun Possession
Guilty pleas for a Windsor man and Norwich resident will translate into prison time for both.
Four Accused of Stealing UTV and Trailer in Kirkwood
Four people are being charged in connection with the theft of a Utility Terrain Vehicle on Old State Road in the Town of Kirkwood,
Public Comment Taken on Next New York State Minimum Wage Increase
Public comment is open now that the New York State Department of labor is taking the next steps in raising the state’s minimum wage for non-farm workers.
Tioga Downs’ Charitable Foundation is Giving Away $1 Million
Tioga Downs Casino Resort is putting out a call to community organizations that could use a little help.
Elderly Dementia Patient Found Dead in Delaware County
New York State Police report a search for an elderly dementia patient has ended with the discovery of the woman’s body.
Overtime Pay For New York Farm Workers Steps Forward
New York's labor commissioner approved a recommendation to phase in a 40-hour threshold for farmworker overtime over the next decade.