DA Korchak Encourages Community to Help Keep Notorious Killer Behind Bars
After nearly four decades, the man convicted of killing twelve-year-old Cheri Lindsey, is back up for parole this year. Today Broome County District Attorney Michael Korchak is asking the community to write letters to the parole board to deny his request.
Racker to Build New Hub in Owego With Federal Funds
Eight million dollars is coming to the Southern Tier from the federal government. $750,000 of it is going to Racker to build a new service hub in Owego. The federal funding from senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Chuck Schumer will invest in essential infras
Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame Temporarily Opens Up at Arena
The Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame has moved out of Oakdale and into its temporary location in the arena so what better time to meet with its founder Tony Quagliata to learn more about the unique museum here in the southern tier? When you're down
BU President Announces Scholarships During State of University Address
President Harvey Stenger gave his State of the University address today. “It’s a good day for Binghamton and I’m extraordinarily happy.” Due to an anonymous family, 25 incoming undergraduate students will receive scholarships per c
Vestal Student Artists Get Regional Scholastic Art Awards Recognition
Four Vestal students, three from the high school and one from the middle school, were recognized in the 80th Scholastic Art Awards. Seniors Sophie Chiu and Kara Dhakal received Gold Key Awards. Chiu won the award in the drawing category for "Concealed," a
Win a Trip to Super Bowl LVII by Donating Blood Through the Red Cross this Month
January is National Blood Donation Month, and with one week to go, the Red Cross is urging Americans to donate life-saving blood and platelets to help those who are in need of it, with a special incentive for those who do choose to donate.
Binghamton City Council Democrats Call for 3rd Party Investigation into January 1st "Kneeling" Arrest
On Monday, Democratic City Council Members, Joe Burns, Aviva Friedman, and Angela Riley, proposed to enter into an agreement with a third party to investigate police use-of-force, in regard to the controversial arrest on New Years Day.