Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce Holds Engaging Elects Summer Soiree
Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce Holds Engaging Elects Summer Soiree

Over in Johnson City on Tuesday the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce held their second ever Engaging Elects Summer Soiree.

Governor Hochul Hosts Round Table Discussions to Address Cellphone Use in Schools

Governor Hochul Hosts Round Table Discussions to Address Cellphone Use in Schools

At todays round-table hosted at Windsor high school by governor Kathy Hochul, local representatives and area educators talked about challenges faced when it comes to teaching and trying to engage students in todays era of technology.

County Locals Give Their Reactions to Biden Dropping Out

County Locals Give Their Reactions to Biden Dropping Out

Sunday, July 21 marked unprecedented territory for the United States, as President Biden dropped out of the election with only four months until polls open. Despite being historical news, the announcement didn't come as a shock to some. "The first week af

Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra Prepares for 2nd Annual Bing Bing Swing

Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra Prepares for 2nd Annual Bing Bing Swing

Meanwhile the binghamton philharmonic orchestra is set to host it's 2nd annual bing bing saaawiinnggg fundraiser. The fundraiser takes place on august 10th at the binghamton club, bringing guests a live swing jazz band, dinner, an open bar, and a desert r

UHS President Gives Update on Projects at Binghamton Rotary

UHS President Gives Update on Projects at Binghamton Rotary

Uhs president john carrigg joins the binghamton rotary club today to talk about the progress of the uhs projects over the past year. Some of the most notable being the uhs wilson tower that opened last month, the 24 hour pharmacy, and the new child care c

Vigil and Funerals Scheduled For Victims Of Chemung Car Crash

Vigil and Funerals Scheduled For Victims Of Chemung Car Crash

A candlelight vigil will be held on Thursday, July 25 to remember the lives of Colin and Tiffany Ferrell. It will be held at the Union-Endicott Baseball Field at 7:30 P.M. with a rain date scheduled for Friday.

Tickborne illnesses on the rise in Tioga County

Tickborne illnesses on the rise in Tioga County

The Tioga County Public Health Department is sending out a warning over the dangers of Ticks after a rise in tickborne illnesses. This time last year officials recorded just 47 cases of Lyme Disease and 16 cases of Anaplasmosis in the county. But as the f

Air Paramedics visit with high schoolers at SUNY Broome

Air Paramedics visit with high schoolers at SUNY Broome

Over at SUNY Broome, high schoolers got a look at what it's like to be a flight paramedic. Today's visit was made possible by the Life Flight Network, who operate in-air paramedic teams across the country. Students got to watch the helicopter land, before

Sidney Man Sentenced After Possessing Fentanyl in Sidney in February 2024

Sidney Man Sentenced After Possessing Fentanyl in Sidney in February 2024

A Sidney man knows his fate after he previously pleaded guilty to a drug charge in May.

Sidney Man Pleads Guilty to Breaking Into Sidney Storage Unit

Sidney Man Pleads Guilty to Breaking Into Sidney Storage Unit

The Delaware County District Attorney says a man accused of stealing items from a storage unit back in March has pleaded guilty to the charge of Attempted Burglary in the 3rd degree.

Mount Upton Man Charged With Attempted Murder, Assault After Hitting Person With Vehicle

Mount Upton Man Charged With Attempted Murder, Assault After Hitting Person With Vehicle

A Mount Upton man is charged after state police say he deliberately struck another person with a vehicle and fled the scene.

Binghamton Man Charged After Firing Gun Into Residence

Binghamton Man Charged After Firing Gun Into Residence

Johnson City Police say a Binghamton man is in custody after firing a gun inside a Johnson City residence late last week.

Broome County Awarded 2023 Climate Smart Communities Grant

Broome County Awarded 2023 Climate Smart Communities Grant

Broome County was awarded a portion of $7.3 million for its climate smart communities project.

Endless Summer Fest Showcases Local Artists While Supporting Mental Health Assoc. of the Southern Tier

Endless Summer Fest Showcases Local Artists While Supporting Mental Health Assoc. of the Southern Tier

A music festival highlighting local talent and raising awareness to mental health is set to kick off for the first time this weekend. The endless summer fest is hosted by local artists edge and babi lou. It will take place on washington street from five t

$5 Million in Funding to Support Binghamton Homeowner House Repairs

$5 Million in Funding to Support Binghamton Homeowner House Repairs

Binghamton mayor jared kraham announces a new state pilot program that provides funding to help moderate to low income families with home repairs. Fox 40's ziggy hill tells who's eligible for these funds and how you can apply for them. The targeted home i

CCE Cutler Botanical Garden Gets an Upgrade

CCE Cutler Botanical Garden Gets an Upgrade

Cornell cooperative extension announces new upgrades to the cutler botanic gardens have been completed. The new upgrades include a rock wall barrier around a portion of the garden, a newly deigned waterfall, a hydrangea garden, and a wildflower meadow. So

Gas Price Checker: July 22, 2024

Gas Price Checker: July 22, 2024

Here is the average price of gas for the Binghamton area for Monday, July, 22 2024, according to AAA.

Gofundme's Created For Victims Of Two Car Crash In Chemung

Gofundme's Created For Victims Of Two Car Crash In Chemung

Gofundme's have been created for the three victims involved in the two car crash in the Town of Chemung on Friday July 19. 

Following a Historical Sunday Afternoon, Broome County Reacts to Biden Dropping Out of Election

Following a Historical Sunday Afternoon, Broome County Reacts to Biden Dropping Out of Election

As the Democratic National Convention is only three weeks away from occurring in Chicago, high profile democratic lawmakers now supporting current Vice President Kamala Harris. "It's a whole new campaign. And that puts a fresh face in four months," Broome

100 Years Ago: July 22, 2024

100 Years Ago: July 22, 2024

100 years ago today, last week it was reported that John D. Rockefeller traveled through Binghamton on his annual trip to visit his boyhood home near Moravia.

Broome-Tioga BOCES Prepares For Rapid Hiring Event

Broome-Tioga BOCES Prepares For Rapid Hiring Event

On Wednesday July 24 Broome-Tioga Boces will be looking to fill some new positions for the upcoming school year with their Rapid Hiring Event.

YWCA of Binghamton Awarded $40,000

YWCA of Binghamton Awarded $40,000

$40,000 has been awarded to the YWCA of Binghamton and Broome County's ENCOREplus Program.

Guns, Drugs Found in Binghamton Apartment

Guns, Drugs Found in Binghamton Apartment

One person is arrested and charged after guns and drugs were found in a Binghamton apartment during the execution of a search warrant by the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force last week.

UE alum and mother killed in crash

UE alum and mother killed in crash

State Police are investigating a crash on I-86 that killed three people, including a Union-Endicott alum and his mother. Around 5 p.m. on Friday, state police responded to a head on crash on I-86 eastbound in the town of Chemung. According to police, a 20

CCE goes Shakespeare for "Much Ado in the Garden"

CCE goes Shakespeare for "Much Ado in the Garden"

The CCE welcomed locals into it's Cutler Botanic Gardens for the fifth annual "Much Ado in the Garden". Guests were welcomed into a Medevial Fantasy as they walked through the gardens, enjoying Shakespeare-themed games, abridged performances of "The Tempe

Dogs and Humans alike take part in 2nd annual Pawfest

Dogs and Humans alike take part in 2nd annual Pawfest

Those in Endicott today were taking the dog days of summer quite literally at Pawfest. Participants kicked off the day with a 5k in the morning, alongside a 1k walk later on for the dogs, before enjoying the festival proper. Alongside the vendors and food

Car show brings locals to American Legion Post 80

Car show brings locals to American Legion Post 80

On Main Street in Binghamton earlier today, the American Legion Post 80 entertained locals with a car show. A small collection of vintage muscle cars alongside more modern sports cars made up the display today, along with a group of motorcycles. As visito

Binghamton Aeros host qualifier for national Aeromodellers championship

Binghamton Aeros host qualifier for national Aeromodellers championship

A local radio-controlled airplane club is playing host to a qualifier for a national competition this weekend. The Binghamton Aeros are holding a northeast qualifier for the National Association Of Scale Aeromodellers' National Championship, with pilots c

48 teams help fundraise for Special Olympics at CSEA Cornhole Tournament

48 teams help fundraise for Special Olympics at CSEA Cornhole Tournament

For the second year in a row, Civil Service Employees Association Region 5 raised money for Special Olympics at Touch Of Texas on Upper Front Street. The CSEA raised the funds with a cornhole tournament as a new record of 48 teams took part, paying betwee

Blend-A-Rama Basketball Tournament Coming to Oneonta's Main Street

Blend-A-Rama Basketball Tournament Coming to Oneonta's Main Street

A local three-on-three basketball tournament is gearing up to tip off next weekend. Blend-a-rama is preparing for its third year and will shut down Main Street in Oneonta next weekend. Founder and organizer of the event, Cam Hayes, came up with the idea a

Southern Tier feels the effects of global Microsoft outage

Southern Tier feels the effects of global Microsoft outage

The global Microsoft outage overnight brought the world to a halt. The Southern Tier felt the impact with multiple agencies announcing their closures because of the problem— offices shuttering for the day in Broome County, including the sheriff's. 9

Tips on How to Stay Safe While Riding Your Motorcycle this Summer

Tips on How to Stay Safe While Riding Your Motorcycle this Summer

As we are currently in the middle of motorcycle season, it's important to be reminded of safety tips whether you're a beginner or a 20-year professional. To ensure safety, one should get a bike that fits their size and stature and meets your skill level.

Vestal Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Hosts 5th Annual Carnival

Vestal Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Hosts 5th Annual Carnival

Vestal Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center opened it's doors to the community at their fifth annual carnival on Friday, July 19. Vestal Park families and community members enjoyed numerous food trucks, games, and horse rides for the children. The carni

Greenlight Network Partners with Ross Park Zoo to Provide Free Internet to Visitors

Greenlight Network Partners with Ross Park Zoo to Provide Free Internet to Visitors

The Ross Park Zoo partners with Greenlight networks to provide free internet access to guests. The zoo now has all of its internal systems running on Greenlight networks and will soon be providing a public network for visitors. The change comes as service

Great Women of Royalty Inc. to Host Women's Luncheon and Grand Opening

Great Women of Royalty Inc. to Host Women's Luncheon and Grand Opening

A new organization is welcoming all women to come out to a luncheon event celebrating its grand opening. Great Women of Royalty Inc. is a non-profit organization looking to empower women and provide supportive services in the community. They will do this

100 Years Ago: July 19, 2024

100 Years Ago: July 19, 2024

100 years ago today, the circus is coming to town. A big 30-act circus will be at Stow Park all next week.

Two Charged After Drugs Seized in Binghamton

Two Charged After Drugs Seized in Binghamton

The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force says two people are arrested and charged after drugs were found in a Binghamton apartment earlier this week.

Wanted Fugitive Captured in Union

Wanted Fugitive Captured in Union

The Broome County Sheriff's Office says one of the top five most wanted fugitives in the county was arrested Friday morning in the Town of Union.

One Dead, Another Injured After Crash on Route 17

One Dead, Another Injured After Crash on Route 17

One person is dead after a two vehicle crash on SR 17.

Band And Brews Event Still Taking Place Tonight At Arena

Band And Brews Event Still Taking Place Tonight At Arena

While several of Broome County's departments were impacted by the massive outage, events at county-own locations are still on.

Several Broome Departments Impacted By Outage

Several Broome Departments Impacted By Outage

Broome County offices, Broome Sheriff's Office and SUNY Broome are closed due to the global IT outage.