I join Morning Show Host Doug Mosher beginning at 5:30am 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. Me and my husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep us quite busy.
Pa. Sued by Cities Wanting to Ban Plastic Bags
Four municipalities in Pennsylvania are suing the state over what they say was an abuse of legislative power to block local bans or taxes on plastic bags.
Reports Say NY Altered Nursing Home Death Numbers
News reports say New York Governor's administration doctored the report on the number of nursing home residents who died in the early days of the pandemic.
No New COVID Deaths Reported in Southern Tier Counties on March 4
There were no new deaths attributed to the pandemic in Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware or Tioga Counties in their March 4 reports.
COVID-19 Vaccines Available at SUNY Broome
Broome County says it is holding COVID-19 vaccination clinics March 5, Monday, March 8 and Tuesday, March 9 at the SUNY Broome Community College Ice Center.
Foodie Friday Broccoli/Cheddar-Stuffed Chicken Breast
We give you this recipe for broccoli-cheese stuffed chicken as a single serving so you can easily make what you need for your own household.
Unlicensed Driver Found with Drugs in Rental Vehicle in Otselic
Chenango County Sheriff’s officials say they found two men in possession with a large amount of narcotics during a traffic stop in the Town of Otselic.
Half Pound of Meth Found in Susquehanna County Traffic Stop
Pennsylvania State Police say they found about a half pound of methamphetamine in a traffic stop
Broome Businesses Get Help in E-Commerce During Eggs & Issues
The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce is holding an “Eggs and Issues” event March 5 to help local businesses sell online more successfully.
MHAST Director Provides Pandemic Mental Health Update on So. Tier Close Up
MHAST director Keith Leahey says a lot has changed as the pandemic started but COVID mental health issues and its implications still loom large.
New York Lifts Restrictions on Playhouses
New York clears the way for some public performances that have been banned for nearly a year because of the coronavirus pandemic to take the stage again.