Black Friday Shopping is Here!
Black Friday Shopping is Here!

Black Friday is here the day after Thanksgiving and people are ready to cash in on those deals. The Oakdale Commons welcomed hundreds of shoppers today with anticipation.

Endicott Fire Department Holds Annual Fill the Boot Event.

Endicott Fire Department Holds Annual Fill the Boot Event.

The Endicott Fire Department spent their Black Friday fundraising for cancer research. For over fifteen years, local 1280 has spent black Friday doing a fill the boot event. Today at the intersection of North Street and North McKinley Ave, firefighters we

Update on CVCSD Harassment Allegations

Update on CVCSD Harassment Allegations

Law Firm Vaughan Baio and Partners Release its final reports on their impartial investigation at CVSCD.

Binghamton High School Prepares for Community Thanksgiving

Binghamton High School Prepares for Community Thanksgiving

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and one area school is opening its doors to those in need. A hundred volunteers came together today to get ready for the Binghamton High School Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Tomorrow marks the first time the dinner will be in per

Binghamton Man Found Guilty of First Degree Manslaughter

Binghamton Man Found Guilty of First Degree Manslaughter

A Broome County jury found 26-year-old Kout M. Akol guilty of first degree Manslaughter, Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the third degree, two counts of Tampering with Physical Evidence, and three counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. 

Chenango Street to Open to Traffic

Chenango Street to Open to Traffic

NYSDOT officials say Chenango Street at the Interstate 81 underpass is now open to traffic.

100 Years Ago: November 23, 2022

100 Years Ago: November 23, 2022

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

Binghamton Man Pleads Guilty to Rape

Binghamton Man Pleads Guilty to Rape

A 20-year-old Binghamton man was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to Rape in the 2nd degree.

South Otselic Residents Arrested After Police Chase

South Otselic Residents Arrested After Police Chase

Two people from South Otselic are facing charges after a vehicle pursuit that began in Norwich and ended in Oxford.

"Just Breathe." Set to Become One of the First Marijuana Dispensaries in Binghamton's History

"Just Breathe." Set to Become One of the First Marijuana Dispensaries in Binghamton's History

Just Breathe. a hemp and THC shop on Court street, is set to become one of Binghamton's first marijuana dispensary in the city's history.

Binghamton Rotary Invites Detective Sgt. Brian Kittle to Speak on Active Shooter Preparedness

Binghamton Rotary Invites Detective Sgt. Brian Kittle to Speak on Active Shooter Preparedness

The Binghamton Rotary holds its meetings along with lunch and a special guest speaker on Tuesdays.

West Middle School Holds Special Thanksgiving Feast Ahead of Thanksgiving

West Middle School Holds Special Thanksgiving Feast Ahead of Thanksgiving

West Middle students and faculty were in high spirits today as they came together for an early Thanksgiving feast.

Vestal Elks Lodge Gives Gifts to Students at Clayton Avenue Elementary

Vestal Elks Lodge Gives Gifts to Students at Clayton Avenue Elementary

Students at Clayton Avenue Elementary School received their very own dictionaries.

Local Business Gears up for Holiday Season

Local Business Gears up for Holiday Season

Thanksgiving is just two days away.

For many local businesses, it's a time of new deals and new customers. Tom's Coffee Cards and Gifts is no exception.

Binghamton University Names New Athletic Director

Binghamton University Names New Athletic Director

The Binghamton University athletics department will be welcoming a new Director of Athletics in the new year. Eugene Marshall Jr. was announced as the next Director of Athletics for Binghamton University effective January 5 2023. Marshall currently serves

Owego Police Blotter: Nov. 14 to Nov. 20

Owego Police Blotter: Nov. 14 to Nov. 20

During the week of Monday, November 14 to Sunday, November 20, the Owego Police Department had 75 service calls, 3 arrests, 0 motor vehicle accidents, and issued 1 traffic ticket.

Turkey Cooking Safety Tips Ahead of Thanksgiving from the Broome County Health Department

Turkey Cooking Safety Tips Ahead of Thanksgiving from the Broome County Health Department

The Broome County Health Department wants to remind families celebrating Thanksgiving this week, that improper preparation or storage of their turkey could result in potential food poisoning. Here's how to avoid that:

CHOW Announces Winner for Government Plaza Thanksgiving Food Challenge

CHOW Announces Winner for Government Plaza Thanksgiving Food Challenge

For the fourth year in a row, local government offices competed to see who could raise the most donations for CHOW's Thanksgiving Food Challenge.

Retail Cannabis Dispensary Licenses Given to Two Binghamton Operators by New York State

Retail Cannabis Dispensary Licenses Given to Two Binghamton Operators by New York State

On Monday morning the New York State Office of Cannabis Management approved two Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary (CAURD) licenses for operators in the City of Binghamton, as a part of 36 total licenses given out across the state.

Randall House to Undergo Restoration Project

Randall House to Undergo Restoration Project

A historic building will now cement its place as a Binghamton landmark.

Local Nonprofits Combat Food Insecurity During Thanksgiving

Local Nonprofits Combat Food Insecurity During Thanksgiving

In 2020, an estimated 9.6 percent of New York residents were food insecure. But in Broome County, that number was 13.8 percent. 

Delaware County Sheriff's Office Blotter

Delaware County Sheriff's Office Blotter

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

100 Years Ago: November 21, 2022

100 Years Ago: November 21, 2022

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

Owego Man Pleads Guilty to Binghamton Burglary

Owego Man Pleads Guilty to Binghamton Burglary

An Owego man will spend time in jail after he pleaded guilty to a burglary charge stemming from an incident in August.

One Dead After UTV Crash in Delaware County

One Dead After UTV Crash in Delaware County

One person is dead after a UTV crash in the Town of Tompkins on Sunday.

Fire Subdued at Battery Cell Factory in Endicott

Fire Subdued at Battery Cell Factory in Endicott

Firefighters responded at 9:42 a.m. Monday to a report of a fire at Endicott's iM3NY lithium ion-battery factory.

Maine Endwell Holds Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair

Maine Endwell Holds Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair

Planning for senior prom can be stressful -- and, for many students, expensive.

Local Animator Premieres New Series

Local Animator Premieres New Series

It was a special night in Endicott for a Susquehanna Valley graduate and his Conklin-based production company, Treasure Rock Productions. At the Cinema Saver Theater, Treasure Rock owner Bill Rogers held a premiere for his new animated mini-series "Mighty

UE High School Hosts Annual Harvest Festival

UE High School Hosts Annual Harvest Festival

After a successful Harvest Festival last year, Union Endicott (UE) High School is continuing a new tradition.

Safe Turkey Prepping Tips for Thanksgiving

Safe Turkey Prepping Tips for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is now a week away and many people may wonder what to do first when prepping their turkeys.

The Discovery Center Partners With Binghamton USMC for Toys for Tots

The Discovery Center Partners With Binghamton USMC for Toys for Tots

The Discovery Center is participating in the annual Toys for Tots initiative to give back to kids around the holidays.

BU Hosts Let Us Dream Conference

BU Hosts Let Us Dream Conference

Binghamton University's College of Community and Public Affairs put on the Let Us Dream Conference today. The event took place virtually and the theme was Uniting in Divisive Times. It featured panels in education, health and social fields. "I expect to s

What to Know About Christmas Tree Prices This Year

What to Know About Christmas Tree Prices This Year

As we count down the days to Thanksgiving, you may be getting ready to deck the halls. And if that includes a real Christmas tree, this are going to be more expensive this year. According to the National Christmas Tree Association, 25 to 30 million real t

Police Investigating After Fight Breaks Out at Vestal Restaurant

Police Investigating After Fight Breaks Out at Vestal Restaurant

Police are investigating after a fight occurred at the Kampai Japanese Steakhouse Thursday night.

100 Years Ago: November 18, 2022

100 Years Ago: November 18, 2022

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

October Inflation Numbers are a Hopeful Sign

October Inflation Numbers are a Hopeful Sign

The latest inflation numbers indicate a hopeful trend for the economy. Greg Lesko has the details on this week’s Lesko Financial Segment.

P.A.S.T. Holds Annual Members Party

P.A.S.T. Holds Annual Members Party

On Thursday, November 17, "P.A.S.T." or The Preservation Association of the Southern Tier held their annual member's party.