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  • ATTENTION DIRECTV CUSTOMERS

    Unfortunately, Directv has decided today to break their promise to their subscribers. Directv states in their Directv Promise website the following: DIRECTV wants to make sure you can always access any local stations serving your community and each of the ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX local affiliates. When contract disputes arise over station owners’ unnecessary increases in what you should pay for these free over-the-air stations, DIRECTV will never remove them from your lineup. Pe...

  • Freeze out 5k to End Homelessness

    Friday night the Binghamton Rescue Mission hosted its 6th Freeze Out 5k to End Homelessness in Highland Park. The Freeze Out 5K is to raise money and awareness for homelessness here in the Southern Tier. The 5K  had over 150 participants despite the brisk temperatures.   Everyone who came out received a glow stick, t-shirt, and a metal for their contribution to the event. Jessica Stanis the Director of the Binghamton Rescue Mission, says "Thi...
  • Furry Face of the Week

    Meet this week's Furry Face... or should we say Furry Faces. This week we have lovable four puppies - three pug mixes and a chi-chi mix - who are believed to be seven or eight months old. 

  • Endicott Police Joins Nationwide Campaign Asking Residents To Lock Up By 9 P.M.

    Endicott police are urging residents to set an alarm reminding them to lock up each night at 9 p.m., as part of a campaign being used by police in cities and towns across the country.

  • Vestal Police warn residents of Social Security scam

    The Vestal Police Department is warning residents of a Social Security scam, where the scammer is pretending to be a Vestal Police officer to get your personal and financial information.

  • Senator Fred Akshar back on duty as a part-time cop

    State Senator Fred Akshar is currently serving as a part time police officer in the village of Port Dickinson, and has been for close to a year.

  • Would Proposed "Bottle Bill" Mean Lost Revenue For Waste Disposal Companies?

    A proposed New York State law would add more types of bottles and plastic containers to the list of returnable items. The "Bottle Bill" proposal from Governor Andrew Cuomo would add energy drinks, fruit and vegetable beverages, and coffee containers to a list of items you can return for money back.  The New York State Association of Counties is petitioning the state to reconsider, saying the bill would take a big chunk of revenue away from county and private recycling ...

  • Red Cross Collects Blood Donations In Memory Of Lives Lost To Addiction

    This weekend's Red Cross blood drive serves two missions: saving lives with blood donations and remembering the lives lost to addiction. At the blood drive being held at the Oakdale Mall, there's a "Wall of Memory" with pictures provided by community members who have lost loved ones to substance abuse disorders.  Theresa Blank, Senior Account Manager for the Southern Tier Red Cross, says she was approached by family members about putting something together to give back...

  • "Suspicious Package" Removed From 2 Court Street In Binghamton

    Reports of a suspicious package in a downtown Binghamton building brought multiple agencies to the scene on Friday morning. Binghamton police, fire, and other agencies responded to 2 Court Street, the building that houses Merrill Lynch.  

  • Motor Skills Lead To Academic Success At Binghamton Elementary Schools

    Using physical activity to boost brain activity is what a new program in Binghamton elementary schools is all about. The Motor Labs have been put in three of the district's seven elementary schools, the most recent being MacArthur. 

  • Jim Boeheim Reportedly Hits, Kills Man Walking On Syracuse Highway

    Syracuse Men's basketball head coach Jim Boeheim's night went from pure joy to horror after the Orange's 69-49 win over No. 18 ranked Louisville on Wednesday night. Boeheim "struck and killed a man" while driving on Interstate 690 in Syracuse, N.Y. on Wednesday night, according to Syracuse.com.

  • Hundreds attend CSBC's STEM Night

    Hundreds came out for a science-filled night at Seton Catholic Central School on Thursday, transforming their annual science fair into a science bazaar.

  • UPDATE: BPD Release Identity of Pine St Robbery Suspect

    Police in Binghamton have detained one person after responding to a report of man with a gun entering a home on Pine Street on Wednesday.

  • Lesko Financial: Get SMART to Succeed with Money

    Transcript of Thursday's February 21, 2019 Lesko Financial segment that aired on Fox 40 News at 6. 

  • Broome County passport info now available in 10 more languages

    Broome County Clerk Joseph Mihalko announced Thursday that the Broome County Clerk’s Office now has available passport information in 10 additional languages.

  • Indictment Thrown Out In Sex Abuse Conviction Of Former Dance Teacher

    An appellate court has dismissed the indictment against Samantha Stone Werkheiser, the Waverly dance teacher who as convicted in 2017 for sexually abusing a child between the ages of 6 and 8 years old.

  • Binghamton Nonprofits Call On State Government For Funding

    Nonprofit Leaders and elected officials met at the Southern Tier Independence Center(STIC) on Thursday to call on State government to invest in infrastructure, technology upgrades and accessibility modifications. 

  • SUNY Broome Opens Career Closet

    SUNY Broome officially opened its, Career Closet, today. The Career Closet is an area on SUNY Broomes campus where students can come in and take professional clothing for free. The closet is for students who have met with a career coach and have an upcoming job or interview. The purpose is to give students a head start with a professional wardrobe, which is difficult for many students to afford right out of college. Inside the closet, you will find, suits, ties, dresses, shoes, and ...

  • Family & Children's Society Merges With Cortland County Organization

    Family and Children's Society and Family Counseling Services of Cortland County celebrated their new merger on Thursday by unveiling their new name and logo. 

  • Crashes Shut Down Lane On 201 Southbound

    Police shut down one lane following a seven-car pileup on 201S Thursday.

  • The Rumble Factor: Rumble Ponies hosting auditions for regional talent show

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies, Double-A Affiliate of the New York Mets are pleased to announce The Rumble Factor. This regional talent show will provide individuals the opportunity to become members of the on field staff for the 2019 season.

  • Windsor School Safety Upgrades Include 360 Degree Images Of All Buildings

    A new safety system at Windsor Schools will allow emergency responders to get a lay of the land before entering a building. The school district is having all their buildings mapped by NaviGate Prepared, a school safety tech company. 

  • Religious and Secular Leaders Call For New York State Budget Reform

    A "New Hope" Budget and Fair Election forum was held at the Catholic Charities of Broome County on Wednesday afternoon to address the underfunding of human services and education across New York State.

  • Heather M. Kasmarcik

    Woman Pleads Guilty To Criminal Sex Act,

    A 34-year-old woman who engaged in sexual conduct with a girl under 14 years of age pleaded guilty to a felony count of criminal sexual act on Wednesday.
  • African Dance-Drumming Ensemble Visit a Binghamton Elementary School

    Nukporfe is a Binghamton University African dance-drumming ensemble that presents a collection of recreational dances from various ethnic groups in Ghana a country along the coast of West Africa. On Wednesday they visited Horace Mann Elementary School, using culturally specific instruments, costumes, songs, and dance steps from the Ewe and Ga ethnic groups. At the end of the show students and faculty were invited to come up and dance with the group and immerse themselves into t...

  • Broome County Librarian Spends Morning Speaking with Johnson City Students

    On Wednesday, Broome County Public Youth Services Librarian Kelsey Matoushek visited 6th and 7th graders at Johnson City Middle School to talk to students about how they can become more familiar with what public libraries have to offer. 

  • Father/son fight each other then assault trooper

    New York State Police at Oneonta were dispatched to break up a physical fight between two men on Interstate 88 when the two turned on the trooper and began attacking him.  

  • Feb. 19, 2019, a Broome County Grand Jury finds Ramel Noel guilty of Robbery.

    Endicott Man Found Guilty In 2017 Robberies

    A Broome County jury finds Ramel Noel of Endicott guilty of robbery.

  • Meth Bust: Two Charged in Cortland County

    Officers located a loaded handgun, approximately 15 grams of marijuana, over four pounds of methamphetamine and an undisclosed amount of US Currency. 

  • Wanted: Sheriff's Dept Seeks Public Help

    The Broome County Sheriff’s Office is currently looking for the  subject on an outstanding warrant and asking the residents of Broome County for assistance.

  • Harpursville Central School District Capital Project Passes

    Harpursville Central School District announced Tuesday night that the community approved its proposed capital project and transportation vehicles.

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  • Freeze out 5k to End Homelessness

    Freeze out 5k to End Homelessness

    Friday night the Binghamton Rescue Mission hosted its 6th Freeze Out 5k to End Homelessness in Highland Park. The Freeze Out 5K is to raise money and awareness for homelessness here in the Southern Tier. The 5K  had over 150 participants despite the brisk temperatures.   Everyone who came out received a glow stick, t-shirt, and a metal for their contribution to the event. Jessica Stanis the Director of the Binghamton Rescue Mission, says "Thi...
    Friday night the Binghamton Rescue Mission hosted its 6th Freeze Out 5k to End Homelessness in Highland Park. The Freeze Out 5K is to raise money and awareness for homelessness here in the Southern Tier. The 5K  had over 150 participants despite the brisk temperatures.   Everyone who came out received a glow stick, t-shirt, and a metal for their contribution to the event. Jessica Stanis the Director of the Binghamton Rescue Mission, says "Thi...
  • Furry Face of the Week

    Furry Face of the Week

    Meet this week's Furry Face... or should we say Furry Faces. This week we have lovable four puppies - three pug mixes and a chi-chi mix - who are believed to be seven or eight months old. 

    Meet this week's Furry Face... or should we say Furry Faces. This week we have lovable four puppies - three pug mixes and a chi-chi mix - who are believed to be seven or eight months old. 

  • Endicott Police Joins Nationwide Campaign Asking Residents To Lock Up By 9 P.M.

    Endicott Police Joins Nationwide Campaign Asking Residents To Lock Up By 9 P.M.

    Endicott police are urging residents to set an alarm reminding them to lock up each night at 9 p.m., as part of a campaign being used by police in cities and towns across the country.

    Endicott police are urging residents to set an alarm reminding them to lock up each night at 9 p.m., as part of a campaign being used by police in cities and towns across the country.

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