Hydrant Flushing Could Discolor Water in Binghamton
The Binghamton Water/Sewer Department says water discoloration and low pressure may be noticed at various times during hydrant flushing.
Southern Tier Independence Center Sues Over Fund Cuts
The Southern Tier Independence Center is suing the State Department of Health over a $150 million cut to the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program.
Governor Backs Away From License Plate Replacement Plan
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office says it will not pursue a $25 license plate replacement program that has drawn the ire of residents across the state.
Tickets Expected Following Head-on Crash in Richford
Tioga County Sheriff’s officials say they expect tickets will be written in connection with a head-on crash in Richford sent two people to the hospital.
Scene of Partial Building Collapse in J.C. Deemed Unsafe
Johnson City is securing an apartment house on Allen Street that was the scene of a partial collapse in February.
Pennsylvania Smoke Shops Expect Business From NY Flavor Ban
New York State’s Public Health and Health Planning Council has approved the Governor’s emergency ban on flavored e-cigarettes.
NYPENN Pathways Council Girl Scouts Hold Info. Sessions
The local region of the Girl Scouts is holding dozens of sessions to introduce girls in grades K-12 to the opportunities available through scouting.
SUNY Broome Hosts Event for Would-be Restaurateurs
If you’ve dreamed of opening your own restaurant, SUNY Broome is offering some help
PennDOT Takes Feedback on Construction & Maintenance
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation wants to know what residents think about construction and maintenance services.
UPDATE: Two Injured in Head on Crash on Route 79 in Richford
Tioga County Sheriff's Deputies say two people are being treated for non-life threatening injuries following a crash on Route 79 in the Town of Richford.
Oxford Couple Accused of Abandoning Dog on State Lands
A Chenango County couple is accused of animal cruelty following the discovery of an abandoned and neglected American Bulldog in the Town of North Norwich.
Attorney General Orders Halt to Home Assault Evidence Kit Sales
New York’s Attorney General is directing a couple sexual assault evidence kit companies to cease and desist selling do-it-yourself home kits.
Meeting on Planned Pavement Upgrades in Bainbridge
The New York State Department of Transportation is hosting a public information meeting to talk about pavement upgrades for State Route 206 in Bainbridge.