Binghamton Pond Festival Completes Second Week
Binghamton Pond Festival Completes Second Week

Today marks the second week of Binghamton Pond Festival, a tradition that started in 2016.

ACA Celebrates Lunar New Year

ACA Celebrates Lunar New Year

Dozens gathered at the American Civic Association to celebrate Lunar New Year.

The NYSDOT is Hard at Work Keeping Roads Safe this Winter

The NYSDOT is Hard at Work Keeping Roads Safe this Winter

The Broome County Division of the New York State Department of Transportation is hard at work during the winter.

SUNY Broome Joins Panera Bread in Scholarship Fundraising event

SUNY Broome Joins Panera Bread in Scholarship Fundraising event

SUNY Broome partners with Panera Bread to raise money for college students.

DA Korchak Encourages Community to Help Keep Notorious Killer Behind Bars

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.

100 Years Ago: January 27, 2023

100 Years Ago: January 27, 2023

100 Years Ago is brought to you by the Kilmer Mansion.

Johnson City Police Association Begins 2023 Autism Awareness Shirt Fundraiser

Johnson City Police Association Begins 2023 Autism Awareness Shirt Fundraiser

The Johnson City Police Association has started the Autism Awareness t-shirt fundraiser for 2023.

Racker to Build New Hub in Owego With Federal Funds

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

Idea Kraft Celebrates 10 Years

Idea Kraft Celebrates 10 Years

Idea Kraft is a local design agency started in January 2013 as a one woman design studio. Today, the company celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Lackawanna Train Station. The agency invited clients, friends and communi

Police Seize Narcotics, Firearm in Search Warrant

Police Seize Narcotics, Firearm in Search Warrant

The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force a firearm, methamphetamine, cocaine, and fentanyl in a search warrant.

The Nation Recognizes Data Privacy Week, Spreading Awareness of Internet Safety

The Nation Recognizes Data Privacy Week, Spreading Awareness of Internet Safety

The aim of data privacy week is to spread awareness about online safety and personal privacy.

Advocates Continue to Call for Reform Following January 1st Arrest Incident

Advocates Continue to Call for Reform Following January 1st Arrest Incident

Gathered outside of city hall, advocates called for the officer involved to be suspended immediately without pay.

Lesko Financial January 26th: U.S. Reaches Debt Limit

Lesko Financial January 26th: U.S. Reaches Debt Limit

The U.S. debt ceiling has been in the news lately.

Greg Lesko explains what it is and why there are concerns on this week’s Lesko Financial Segment.

United Way Offering Free Tax Prep Services

United Way Offering Free Tax Prep Services

The United Way of Broome County is offering free tax preparation services to local residents.

Johnson City Man Pleads Guilty to Murder

Johnson City Man Pleads Guilty to Murder

A Johnson City man pleaded guilty to murder.

Jersey Mike's Opens a New Location in Vestal

Jersey Mike's Opens a New Location in Vestal

The snowy weather didn't stop people from coming out to the grand opening of Jersey Mike's in U Club. Jersey Mike's is open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

BCSO Featured Warrant: Kara Yager

BCSO Featured Warrant: Kara Yager

The office is looking for Kara Yager, wanted on a Violation of Probation for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance.

Vestal Man Arrested: Failure to Register with Sex-Offender Registry

Vestal Man Arrested: Failure to Register with Sex-Offender Registry

The Broome County Sheriff's Office announces the arrest of 36-year-old Matthew P. Hackel of Vestal. 

Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame Temporarily Opens Up at Arena

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

Town Square Media Hosts its Annual Job Fair

Town Square Media Hosts its Annual Job Fair

Residents and businesses gather at 840 Front street for the first of three job fairs this year held by Town Square Media.

100 Years Ago: January 25, 2023

100 Years Ago: January 25, 2023

100 Years Ago is brought to you by the Kilmer Mansion. And that was the new 100 years ago.

Binghamton Man Pleads Guilty to Weapon Charge

Binghamton Man Pleads Guilty to Weapon Charge

The Broome County District Attorney says a Binghamton man pleaded guilty to a weapon charge.

Vestal Students' Artwork Recognized

Vestal Students' Artwork Recognized

A few students in the Vestal Central School District were recognized at the 80th Scholastic Art Awards.

Closings and Early Dismissals for Southern Tier

Closings and Early Dismissals for Southern Tier

Several school districts and organizations are closed Wednesday.

Community Members Call for Removal of SROs from Binghamton City Schools at the Board of Education Meeting

Community Members Call for Removal of SROs from Binghamton City Schools at the Board of Education Meeting

Tensions were high in tonights school board meeting, where several members of the community spoke out against having school resource officers in City of Binghamton schools.

Owego Police Blotter: January 16 to January 15

Owego Police Blotter: January 16 to January 15

According to the Owego Police Department, during the week of Monday January 16, to Sunday January 22, the department had 85 service calls, 6 arrests, assisted in 3 motor vehicle accidents, and issued 4 traffic tickets

Small Community Fund Brings New Equipment to Eastern Broome EMS, Applications Begin for 2023

Small Community Fund Brings New Equipment to Eastern Broome EMS, Applications Begin for 2023

On Tuesday afternoon Eastern Broome EMS became the latest beneficiary of the Broome County Small Community Fund, and applications for the fund in 2023 are now open.

Broome County Sheriff Fred Akshar Speaks at Rotary on Vision for Administration

Broome County Sheriff Fred Akshar Speaks at Rotary on Vision for Administration

Broome County Sheriff Fred Akshar stopped by the Binghamton rotary club on Tuesday afternoon to share his plan for his new administration moving forward.

BU President Announces Scholarships During State of University Address

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

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

New Scholarship Programs Coming to Binghamton University

New Scholarship Programs Coming to Binghamton University

Binghamton University officials announced that new scholarship programs are coming to the university.

Delaware County Sheriff's Office Blotter

Delaware County Sheriff's Office Blotter

The Delaware County Sheriff's Office announces arrests in the county for various infractions.

Binghamton Man Sentenced for Stealing Vehicle, Television

Binghamton Man Sentenced for Stealing Vehicle, Television

A Binghamton man was sentenced in court Tuesday morning after he pleaded guilty to stealing a vehicle in Pennsylvania and driving it to Vestal where he stole a television.

Binghamton Man Facing Drug Charges

Binghamton Man Facing Drug Charges

The Broome County Sheriff's Office says a 23-year-old Binghamton man is facing drug charges.

City Garbage Bags Now Available for Purchase Online for Binghamton Residents

City Garbage Bags Now Available for Purchase Online for Binghamton Residents

A new pilot program is coming to the City of Binghamton and it involves city garbage bags.

Tioga County Sheriff's Office Blotter

Tioga County Sheriff's Office Blotter

The Tioga County Sheriff's Office announces arrests in the county for various incidents.

Construction-Based Trade School Coming to Binghamton's East Side

Construction-Based Trade School Coming to Binghamton's East Side

Opportunities for area residents to get into various construction trades will be coming to the city of Binghamton's East Side in the near future, according to an announcement from Mayor Jared Kraham Monday morning.

Win a Trip to Super Bowl LVII by Donating Blood Through the Red Cross this Month

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.

UPDATE: Lupo's S&S Char Pit Closed For Good

UPDATE: Lupo's S&S Char Pit Closed For Good

The storied home for spiedies in Binghamton, Lupo's S&S Char Pit, closed it's doors on Sunday afternoon for the foreseeable future.

Tax Season Now Underway: Filing for Income Taxes Begins

Tax Season Now Underway: Filing for Income Taxes Begins

According to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, the department and the IRS have begun processing income tax returns for residents.

Binghamton City Council Democrats Call for 3rd Party Investigation into January 1st "Kneeling" Arrest

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.