Good News around the Southern Tier, Week of Jan. 25

Good News Story

There were a lot of good things happening around the Southern Tier this past week. Below is a recap of some of the “Good News” stories NewsChannel 34 covered.

“Cash for the Stache” helps lung transplant costs

The local community is rallying around a colorful character from Binghamton’s Southside who just went through a lung transplant. Full story here.

CHOW Wellness Center receives grant to fight poverty

CHOW’s South Side Community Wellness Center got a $25,000 grant from SEFCU. Full story here.

Former Broome DA Mollen wins prestigious award

The former district attorney of Broome County has received a prestigious award from his former colleagues. Full story here.

Locals celebrate 100th birthday

Some residents living at Good Shepherd Fairview Home in Binghamton are celebrating a monumental milestone. Full story here.

Local drug addiction center adds beds

New York State has granted permission to a local drug detox unit to add two additional beds. Full story here.

Grandparents go back to school at Zion Lutheran

Zion Lutheran School in Owego hosted Grandparents Day. Full story here.

2016 Southern Tier Heart Walk details

Teams and sponsors are gearing up for the 2016 Southern Tier Heart Walk. Full story here.

Binghamton Fire Department wins blood drive competition

Binghamton Police and Fire were saving lives while off duty Monday. Full story here.

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