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  • CDC: Salmonella Found In Raw Turkey Ahead of Holiday

    The Centers For Disease and Control is investigating an outbreak of salmonella linked to raw turkey products. 

  • Tips For Having A Safe And Healthy Thanksgiving

    Salmonella outbreaks from frozen turkey products have been reported across the United States, with some here in New York. The CDC estimates that one in six Americans will get food poisoning this year,  which is why health officials are urging you to follow cooking safety practices to keep from getting any food borne illnesses. 

  • BHS Thanksgiving Dinner Information

    This Thursday, Nov. 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. 200 Binghamton  students, faculty and staff will volunteer to spend part of their holiday serving dinner to an estimated 1,500 people.

  • Indictment: Binghamton Couple Charged With 18 Counts Of Sex Abuse

    A Broome County Grand Jury Friday handed up an 18-count indictment of Derrick D. Cervini and Heather M. Kasmarcik, for Predatory Sexual Assault Against a Child, Class A-II Felonies, along with several other counts related to attacks on children.

  • Turkey Giveaway For Veterans

    Tully Rinckey PLLC’s annual Turkeys for Veterans program on Monday, November 19 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. Officials from Tully Rinckey PLLC and Price Chopper/Market 32 will hand out approximately 1,400 pounds of turkey to active duty service members and veterans living in the Southern Tier at the law firm’s Binghamton office, 4100 Vestal Road.

  • Cutler Flea Market Draws Hundreds

    The Southern Tier came together on Sunday to buy and sell timeless treasures.

  • Local Bartender In the Middle of the Fight of His Life

    Dave Jones has been a bartender at Kristofor's for over 35 years as well as being employed at Traditions at the Glen for over 10.

  • UHS Brings Holds Suicide Survivor Event

    Saturday, November17 is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day.It's a day for people who have been affected by suicide to gather together to get comfort and misunderstanding others who have suffered the same devastation. For many loss survivors, attending a Survivor Day event is a chance to discover that they are not alone when it comes to losing someone they knew and loved due to suicide. Event go'ers had the names of their loved one read aloud, and a candle lit as a resp...

  • Boscov's Holiday Parade Draws Big Crowd

    The annual Boscov's Holiday parade had hundred's of people lining Main Street on Saturday.

  • Taste NY Hosts Fall Festival

    Taste NY the eat local, drink local program held a fall festival for the Broome community on Saturday.

  • College St Closed as Crews Work on Fire

    College Street is closed off after crews respond to reports of an apartment fire Friday night.

  • Lyme Disease Up 36 Percent In Broome County

    The New York State Department of Health reported that Lyme disease is up 36-percent in Broome County.

  • Meet Our Furry Faces: Hutch

    Meet this week's Furry Face! This week we have Hutch. He's a sweet two-year old orange Tiger cat. He's a sleepy head who loves cuddles and long naps. 

  • National Weather Service Says Thursdays Snowfall Breaks Local Record

    The National Weather Service said on Friday that the snowfall from winter storm Avery brought the most snow to ever fall on November 15th. 

  • Brindisi Wins Broome County Absentee Ballot Count

    Anthony Brindisi continues to widen his lead over Claudia Tenney in the race for New York 22nd Congressional District. 

  • Troopers Find Resident Dead Inside Home After Fire In Barton

    Tioga County Fire Investigation and State Police are investigating a fatal house fire on Ridge Road in the town of Barton after a 71-year old resident was found dead inside. 

  • Southern Tier Residents Break Out Their Shovels and Snowplows

    Winter storm Avery hit the Southern Tier Thursday leaving roughly 10 inches of snow behind. 

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  • CDC: Salmonella Found In Raw Turkey Ahead of Holiday

    CDC: Salmonella Found In Raw Turkey Ahead of Holiday

    The Centers For Disease and Control is investigating an outbreak of salmonella linked to raw turkey products. 

    The Centers For Disease and Control is investigating an outbreak of salmonella linked to raw turkey products. 

  • Tips For Having A Safe And Healthy Thanksgiving

    Tips For Having A Safe And Healthy Thanksgiving

    Salmonella outbreaks from frozen turkey products have been reported across the United States, with some here in New York. The CDC estimates that one in six Americans will get food poisoning this year,  which is why health officials are urging you to follow cooking safety practices to keep from getting any food borne illnesses. 

    Salmonella outbreaks from frozen turkey products have been reported across the United States, with some here in New York. The CDC estimates that one in six Americans will get food poisoning this year,  which is why health officials are urging you to follow cooking safety practices to keep from getting any food borne illnesses. 

  • BHS Thanksgiving Dinner Information

    BHS Thanksgiving Dinner Information

    This Thursday, Nov. 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. 200 Binghamton  students, faculty and staff will volunteer to spend part of their holiday serving dinner to an estimated 1,500 people.

    This Thursday, Nov. 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. 200 Binghamton  students, faculty and staff will volunteer to spend part of their holiday serving dinner to an estimated 1,500 people.

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