Three Johnson City residents have been arrested for allegedly bringing heroin and cocaine from New York City to our area.
Pennsylvania State Police are ramping up DUI checkpoints and patrols this week.
With just days to spare, Governor Cuomo announced yesterday that an agreement has been reached for the New York State budget.
The City of Binghamton is taking its first steps to convert over 7,000 street lights to LED technology.
A portion of Front Street in Binghamton will be closed today through Friday.
An organization that provides therapy to kids in our area is joining one of the nation's largest human service non-profits.
The Junior League of Binghamton recently gave kids at George F. Johnson Elementary an afternoon of food, fun and exercise.
Area farmers are working to make locally grown fresh foods readily available to residents in our community.
Binghamton Restaurant Week has been good to Café West 46.
A program known for introducing Greater Binghamton to Chinese Opera is giving our area a taste of Chinese visual arts as well.
Sure Temp Company Incorporated is the Greater Binghamton Chamber Business of the Week.
Nigel Saunders will spend 25 years to life in prison for the murder of Jordan Dordell.
A Binghamton man is facing murder charges in connection with the death of a child.
A local Mixed Martial Arts center will be empowering women in our area this weekend.
This is the weekend to get information and perhaps find a contractor for a home improvement project you've been thinking of.
The Spring 2015 version of Binghamton Restaurant Week continues to bring out crowds.
Band and chorus members at Susquehanna Valley High School are getting an opportunity of a lifetime.
Local runners will have a chance to race and enjoy the fall scenery at the same time.
The Binghamton Mets are still riding a high from their Eastern League Championship last Fall.
A second person has been arrested in connection with a car pedestrian accident in Binghamton that cost a woman a part of her leg on Parade Day.
Endicott Police are looking for a village man who hasn't been heard from since November.
New U.S. Census Bureau projections show that Broome County had the largest population drop in the state over the past five years.
Area school officials are learning how to manage and combat new threats to keeping students safe.
Students at SUNY Broome had the chance to explore opportunities in the criminal justice field Thursday.
Catholic Charities Food Pantries are looking for help stocking up on food for Spring Break and the anticipated demand for food.
Binghamton University is showcasing how students and residents can maintain a healthy lifestyle in our community.
One veteran Restaurant Week participant, Whole In The Wall on the city's Southside, knows how to prepare for the predicted influx of foodies.
A classic biblical film from a master director of the silent era is coming to the Broome County Forum this weekend complete with live theater organ accompaniment.
In what has become an annual tradition, Binghamton 5th graders culminated a unit studying the work of Rod Serling with a special assembly at the high school.
New evidence has been introduced this week by the defense team in the third murder trial of Cal Harris.
The Broome County Sheriff's Law Enforcement Academy is preparing prospective officers for the line of duty.
The Susquehanna Valley State Champion Girls Basketball team was treated to lunch, compliments of Broome County Executive Debbie Preston.
Harpursville's robotics team won the grand prize in the 5th annual Southern Tier Robotics Competition held Wednesday morning at Greene High School.
Members of the local Greek-American community celebrated Greek Independence Day Wednesday.
The largest Binghamton Restaurant Week ever is underway with 30 eateries offering special prix fixe deals for lunch and dinner.
The Lourdes Famous Basket Raffle is underway once again.
After determining the need for a recount, Whitney Point has named Ryan Reynolds as the Village's new Mayor.
Members of faith, the community and Labor groups are hoping to shed light on the inequalities of New York State.
Broome County is planning on being prepared in case disaster strikes our area.
A business networking group celebrated its 2nd anniversary Tuesday with its largest crowd ever.
Tri-Cities Opera is announcing some exciting new changes.
A Binghamton homeowner said he's a perfect example of how an energy efficiency program can lead to big savings on your utility bill.
Binghamton University played host to a network of Upstate colleges Tuesday to help promote careers in the STEM field.
Some furry, familiar friends are in town at the Broome County Forum.
Binghamton Police Chief Joe Zikuski has been put on paid administrative leave following an accusation that he sexually harassed a female officer in the department.
After 150 years of service to our area, the Saint Patrick School in Owego will be closing its doors.
The DEC has revealed its plan to clean up the contaminated former Triple Cities Metal Finishing plant in Hillcrest.
The New York State Gaming Commission is now officially taking bids for a Southern Tier casino for the second time.
Tioga Downs Casino is looking to add dozens of new employees during its upcoming job fair.
7 area residents have been arrested after using Medicaid to pay for forged prescriptions.