BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - People looking for local, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables have more opportunities to check out what's available.
The Broome County Regional Farmers Market launched its expanded hours on Tuesday.
The market will be open on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The list of locally made items for sale includes baked goods, oils, dog treats, and freshly harvested produce.
The summer markets also feature a wide variety of specialty foods every week.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension Executive Director Vicki Giarratano says it's more than just a place to come and shop.
"The energy behind me you hear is wonderful, this is an experience every Saturday, every Tuesday. This is a place where people come together they meet here every week they talk they get their coffee they get their drinks, they really have fun here every Saturday," said Giarratano.
This week's local vendors included Beer Tree, McGirk's, and Pinky's Barbeque.
The Tuesday night farmers market continues through August 28.