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More Than 30,000 Native American Artifacts On Display At Owego Antique Store
Over 30,000 Native American artifacts are spread out on long tables inside Owego Schoolhouse Antiques. The majority are stone, weighing a total of about three tons.
Hemp Geeks Grand Opening
On Saturday Hemp Geek held their Grand Opening for their new CBD based product store. The store's location at 1332 Upper Front Street in the Town of Chenango.
$1.1M Project Announced For Vestal Parkway
The New York State Department of Transportation announced a $1.1 million dollar safety enhancement construction project for Route 434 on Friday.
Hundred's Celebrate Easter Sunday Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows Church
Hundred's attended Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Vestal for their Easter Sunday Mass. Easter is one of the Holiest days of the year for people of the Christian faith who celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Parishoners
Garufi Seeks 5th District City Council Seat
Carman Garufi has announced his candidacy for Binghamton City Council’s 5th District seat.
Ace Hardware Stores Across America Are Now Selling "Grout Sensation" And "The Grout Brush" That Cleans Grout And Tile In Seconds, As Easy As 1-2-3, Saving Homeowners Time And Money.
Most Ace Hardware Stores have Grout Sensation and the Grout Brush in stock. If you happen to find a store that doesn’t have them, give them these item numbers to order from their Ace Warehouse. Grout...
The Area's Largest Easter Egg Hunt Honoring Memory of Harper Stantz
The Children's Charity of Greater Binghamton hosted their 7th annual Easter Egg Hunt at Recreation Park on Saturday and held in memory of Harper Stantz.
Trump administration announces all countries importing Iranian oil will be subject to US sanctions
By Devan Cole, CNN The Trump administration announced Monday that all countries that continue to import Iranian oil will be subject to US sanctions.
Spectrum and NYS Reaches Deal To Stay In State
The New York Public Service Commission announced Friday that they have reached a deal with Spectrum/Charter Communications allowing t he cable, internet, and phone provider to stay in the state as long as they meet the requirements.
Sabra Dipping Co. sued over wage and hour violations
Lawsuit: Management discriminated against an employee over her disability, religion