City of Binghamton Encourages Residents to Report Potholes Around the City
City of Binghamton Encourages Residents to Report Potholes Around the City

As the weather gets warmer, the city of Binghamton is back to work filling potholes on city roads. Binghamton mayor Jared Kraham is encouraging residents to report potholes using the free City of Binghamton app. There have been close to 800 requests since

Bainbridge Man Gets Prison Time for Choking Teenager

Bainbridge Man Gets Prison Time for Choking Teenager

A Bainbridge man is sentenced after admitting he intentionally choked a teenager in Sidney in January 2023.

Delhi Man Charged With Harassment

Delhi Man Charged With Harassment

A Delhi man is charged after the Delaware County Sheriff's Office says he hit another person and threatened them.

Sidney Woman Admits to Possessing, Attempting to Sell Fentanyl in Sidney

Sidney Woman Admits to Possessing, Attempting to Sell Fentanyl in Sidney

A Sidney woman has pleaded guilty to a drug charge involving fentanyl.

Volunteers Needed for Annual Spring Move Out Initiative

Volunteers Needed for Annual Spring Move Out Initiative

The Binghamton Move Out Project is asking for volunteers to assist with the Spring Move Out initiative in May.

Delaware County D.A. Provides Update to February 2023 Drug Charges Case

Delaware County D.A. Provides Update to February 2023 Drug Charges Case

A Binghamton woman has been re-sentenced after admitting to a probation violation stemming from a welfare check of a vehicle in Hancock in February 2023.

Kids Fishing Derby Set for May 4th at Chenango Valley State Park

Kids Fishing Derby Set for May 4th at Chenango Valley State Park

Kids can have the opportunity to reel in some fun at the 21st annual Kids Fishing Derby at Chenango Valley State Park in May.

Mercy House Prepares for it's Fourth Annual Chicken Barbecue

Mercy House Prepares for it's Fourth Annual Chicken Barbecue

The Mercy House of the Southern Tier is firing up its grills and getting ready for its fourth annual Chicken Barbecue. Teaming up with law enforcement female biker group the Guardian Belles, the barbecue serves hundreds of locals with raffles, good times,

Veterans For Peace Protest against 155mm Shell Manufacturing

Veterans For Peace Protest against 155mm Shell Manufacturing

Organization Veterans for Peace protested outside of BAE Systems in Endicott on Monday, April 15 to stand against the 155-millimeter shell. Being the final stop of a three-leg protest, Veterans for Peace claims bae systems help make the system for the 155

Local Carpenters and Construction Workers Hold Rally Against Tax Fraud

Local Carpenters and Construction Workers Hold Rally Against Tax Fraud

On Hawley Street, local members of the North Atlantic State Regional Council of Carpenters(NASRCC) held an event to inform the public about the prominence of tax fraud within construction work. The tax fraud issues include forms of wage theft, employers c

19th Annual Celebrating Women's Athletics Luncheon

19th Annual Celebrating Women's Athletics Luncheon

The celebrating women's athletics luncheon started in 2006, bringing attention to women's athletics and inviting notable athletes from various sports to speak about their experiences. This year, two-time Olympic gold medalist and five-time all-star w-n-b-

100 Years Ago: April 15, 2024

100 Years Ago: April 15, 2024

100 years ago today, the first religious meeting of Binghamton's Ukrainian community was held last night when about 50 Ukrainian residents met at the Clinton Street Methodist Episcopal Church.

Health Department Warns of Potential Increase of Human-Bat Exposures as Weather Warms

Health Department Warns of Potential Increase of Human-Bat Exposures as Weather Warms

As the weather starts to turn warmer, the Broome County Health Department says the chances of encounters between humans and bats increase, and those encounters can increase your chances of contracting rabies.

Delaware County Jail Inmate Indicted on Assault Charge

Delaware County Jail Inmate Indicted on Assault Charge

An inmate at the Delaware County Jail has been indicted on an assault charge stemming from an incident in February.

Over 40 Guns Seized in Johnson City Apartment

Over 40 Guns Seized in Johnson City Apartment

A Johnson City man is charged after over 40 guns were seized during an investigation that began as a call for a domestic incident.

Maryland, NY Man Pleads Guilty to DWI in Delaware County

Maryland, NY Man Pleads Guilty to DWI in Delaware County

The Delaware County District Attorney says a Maryland, New York man has been sentenced in a drunk driving case in the fall of 2022.

Students and community members rally for a safe Jewish campus life at Cornell

Students and community members rally for a safe Jewish campus life at Cornell

Students and community members from across our region came together Sunday afternoon at Cornell University to rally for the end of hate speech towards Jewish students. The rally comes after the sentencing of a former Cornell student for death threats agai

Over 120 runners participate in the 18th annual John McKenna Memorial 5K

Over 120 runners participate in the 18th annual John McKenna Memorial 5K

For the 18th annual year, community members raced in honor of a fallen Binghamton University alum. Nearly 120 runners ran through Binghamton's westside earlier today for the 2024 John McKenna Memorial 5K, organized by BU's Rowing Club. The event was creat

Community Cornerstones: the Literacy Volunteers of Broome-Tioga Counties

Community Cornerstones: the Literacy Volunteers of Broome-Tioga Counties

Behind this door is the path to adult literacy. "A lot of times when people think about literacy, they think about children. But we serve adults exclusively," said Rebecca Sheriff, Outreach & Volunteer Coordinator for the Literacy Volunteers of Broome-Tio

NY Lotto second prize ticket sold at Wegmans

NY Lotto second prize ticket sold at Wegmans

If you bought a state lottery ticket for last night's drawing at Wegmans in Johnson City, you're going to want to check your numbers. A second prize ticket worth $184,452 was sold at the store. The winning numbers were 1, 16, 18, 33, 51, 57 and the bonus

Monday Motivation 4-14-24

Monday Motivation 4-14-24

On this edition of Monday Motivation Bill Clark talks about how to get your day started like a champion.

100 Years Ago: April 12, 2014

100 Years Ago: April 12, 2014

100 years ago today, yesterday was the anniversary of the Binghamton Press. When Willis Sharpe Kilmer established the newspaper on April 11, 1904, he dedicated it as a tribute of affection to his father, Jonas M. Kilmer. The state hospitals commission ann

Tri-Cities Opera presents The Barber of Seville next Sunday

Tri-Cities Opera presents The Barber of Seville next Sunday

It's almost show time. "Tri-Cities Opera is preparing for our April 21st performance of The Barber of Seville," said John Rozzoni, general director for the Tri-Cities Opera. "A wonderful, classic, comedic opera." An opera larger than life brought to life

Students and faculty kick off Binghamton University's second annual EcoBlitz

Students and faculty kick off Binghamton University's second annual EcoBlitz

Community members were welcomed to Binghamton University earlier today to help kick off the second annual EcoBlitz. Organized by BU's Center for Integrated Watershed Studies, the EcoBlitz celebrates and studies the biodiversity of the University's campus

Windsor High School Receives New CPR Training Kit for Students

Windsor High School Receives New CPR Training Kit for Students

Windsor Central High School upgrades its student CPR training with the addition of a new all-in-one CPR training kit. Donated from the American Heart Association and Visions Federal Credit Union, the kit can be used to facilitate CPR in schools training f

Sen. Lea Webb hosts small business round table

Sen. Lea Webb hosts small business round table

Senator Lea Webb held a round table discussion for minority women-owned businesses today as part of her mission to support area small businesses. Business owners learned more about the resources available to them like the ones available through the state'

Last-Minute Resources to Help You File Your Taxes On-Time

Last-Minute Resources to Help You File Your Taxes On-Time

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance offers numerous resources to help taxpayers file returns in the easiest way possible by April 15. New York State is introducing the new direct file pilot program, allowing eligible New York residents t

Residents worried after tires slashed at Johnson City apartment complex

Residents worried after tires slashed at Johnson City apartment complex

Residents at the Tri Light Court apartments are worried tonight after they say someone slashed their tires in the middle of the night. One resident says it happened Tuesday night and around 13 cars were affected. The Johnson City police department confirm

Maine Man charged with Sexual Abuse of a minor

Maine Man charged with Sexual Abuse of a minor

A Maine man is facing four felony counts of Sexual Abuse of a Minor. The charges stem from a report on April 11th around 11 a.m. of abuse and inappropriate behavior toward a female child. A report says a family acquaintance conducted several inappropriate

Car crashes into Endicott house, porch collapses

Car crashes into Endicott house, porch collapses

Crews are on the scene of a car into a porch in the Village of Endicott. The call came in just before noon for a car into a house with a collapsed porch near the intersection of Nanticoke Avenue and North Street. A Fox 40 crew on the scene says the car is

Man in critical condition after falling in Susquehanna River

Man in critical condition after falling in Susquehanna River

Binghamton Police say a man is in critical condition after falling into the Susquehanna River near Rock Bottom Dam. Police say around 11 a.m. yesterday, they responded to a report of a man in the river near the south side of the dam. First responders pull

FBI joins investigation in Aliza Spencer's death

FBI joins investigation in Aliza Spencer's death

As we near the two-year anniversary of Aliza Spencer's death, the City of Binghamton Police Department announced the FBI is assisting the investigation. Mayor Jared Kraham says, won’t stop working until there is justice for Aliza and her family,&rdq

Vestal Councilmember Confirms Active Investigation in Town of Vestal

Vestal Councilmember Confirms Active Investigation in Town of Vestal

Vestal Councilmember Stephen Donnelly says the Tompkins County District Attorney's office has been assigned as the special prosecutor

Family Planning Announces Empowering Healthy Choices Program for Young Women

Family Planning Announces Empowering Healthy Choices Program for Young Women

Family Planning of South Central New York announces a new program to expand healthcare access to women in the community. Funded by a partnership between Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield and the city of Binghamton, a new community educator and advocate will

Binghamton University Students Learn from Pulitzer-Prize Winning Journalist

Binghamton University Students Learn from Pulitzer-Prize Winning Journalist

Binghamton University students get the chance to learn from Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Farah Stockman at the final installation of the Master of Science in Human Rights lecture series on Thursday, April 11. Stockman spoke about the findings and les

Exterminator, legendary horse, honored

Exterminator, legendary horse, honored

Exterminator is going to be forever enshrined in the Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame and on the page.

Colesville Man Arrested After Attempting to Rob Gas Station

Colesville Man Arrested After Attempting to Rob Gas Station

The Broome County Sheriff's Office says 39-year-old Brody W. Kenyon was arrested after attempting to rob a gas station. 

Lesko April 11th: Younger Home Buyers Get Creative

Lesko April 11th: Younger Home Buyers Get Creative

Younger would-be homeowners are finding non-traditional ways to finance their purchases.

Lesko Wealth Management Advisor R.J. Barber explains how they’re dealing with high prices and soaring mortgage rates.

Binghamton City School District Hosts Annual Rod Serling Day Celebration

Binghamton City School District Hosts Annual Rod Serling Day Celebration

Binghamton High School recognizes one of its most famous alumni with its annual Rod Serling Day celebration. Rod serling is a Binghamton native, who became best known for writing and producing the 1950's hit show, The Twilight Zone. Fifth-grade students f

Binghamton man arrested for robberies in Binghamton and Endicott

Binghamton man arrested for robberies in Binghamton and Endicott

The Broome County Sheriff's office said 40-year-old Rasheed B. Crawford was arrested last night in connection to two robberies in Binghamton and one in Endicott. Just after 9 p.m. last night, police say Crawford allegedly used a handgun to rob a gas stati

Supreme Court Appellate Division upholds 2015 Vestal murder conviction

Supreme Court Appellate Division upholds 2015 Vestal murder conviction

The Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of Kenneth Weber in the 2015 murder of Saundra Stabler, his grandmother. Weber asserted his statements to Vestal Police admitting to causing Stabler's death were involunt