The Union-Endicott Central School District will be paying $35,000 to the family of a student who was molested by another student on school grounds, according to court documents.
Kingston Man Convicted of Falsely Reporting Bomb Threat
On March 20th, Kristopher J. Surdis, 50, of Kingston appeared in Delaware County Court to plead guilty to one count of Falsely Reporting an Incident in the 1st Degree, which is a Class D Felony. Surdis allegedly called the Downsville Country Store and rep
Johnson City Woman's Meal Prep Business Brings Local, Healthy Meals to Triple Cities Residents
A Johnson City woman who retired during the pandemic is now the newest owner of "Flaming Bag Food" LLC, based out of Binghamton. this past November, cooking up prepared meals to go, as well as offering catering related services.
Residents Concerned About Five Mile Point Speedway Rezoning
Five Mile Point Speedway opened in 1951 and is one of the most historic racetracks in America. The track closed down last year and it could be rezoned, but Kirkwood residents are concerned. "No one in this town is against job development," said Angela Koo