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Two Tioga County Residents Accused of Abandoning Horses
Two horses which reportedly were being neglected in Tioga County have been turned over to a foster family.
Tenney Concedes to Brindisi in NY’s 22nd Congressional District
Republican Rep. Claudia Tenney has issued a formal concession statement acknowledging she was defeated by Democrat Anthony Brindisi.
Binghamton University Selects Next Police Chief
A new chief will oversee Binghamton University's police department starting next month.
Brindisi Concerned About Consequences of Not Backing Pelosi
Anthony Brindisi hopes he won't face retribution for not supporting Nancy Pelosi to be the next speaker of the House.
NYS Trooper Dies After Crash in Front of Police Barracks
New York State Police officials say a trooper who was injured in a collision as he was reporting to work has died.
Your Thanksgiving Newspaper: How It Went from 20¢ to $5
The massive ad-filled newspaper has become a Thanksgiving Day tradition. But the overstuffed holiday publication is a relatively new concept.
JC Police Rescue Woman Held by Man Against Her Will
An Endicott man faces felony charges after he allegedly would not allow a woman to leave a Johnson City home.
Abdelazim Criticizes Binghamton Mayor’s Stadium Deal
The candidate who challenged Binghamton Mayor Richard David in last year's election is criticizing the handling of the baseball stadium improvement project.
Fire Damages Johnson City Apartment House
For the second time in eight months, a blaze has struck a large apartment house on a block in Johnson City.
Roque Sentenced to Prison in Binghamton University Killing
Michael Roque is heading for state prison after being sentenced for the April stabbing death of fellow Binghamton University student Joao Souza.