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Meth suspect pleads guilty to all charges in Port Crane drug bust
A Port Crane meth dealer, who was to stand trial Monday, instead pleaded guilty to all the charges against him. Now, he faces up to 14 years in prison.
Suspected drug dealers taken into custody
ATHENS TOWNSHIP — Two suspected drug dealers are behind bars after police found approximately 80 grams of crystal methamphetamine, over $3,900 in cash and multiple handguns in a vehicle on Saturday.The Athens Township Police Department reported that Jason Lee Tripp, 38, and Candace Marie Tripp, 25,
Binghamton man, 22, arrested for sexually abusing a girl under the age of 11
Top StoriesDick's Sporting Goods Open ends with thrilling final puttTruth Pharm members travel to Connecticut to protest Purdue PharmaBinghamton man sentenced to 13 years for assaulting woman with rock, golf clubBinghamton man, 22, arrested for sexually abusing a girl under the age of 11
NYS had two sewage discharges into Susquehanna | Times Leader
The Susquehanna River flows quietly past the Luzerne County Courthouse on Monday. Times Leader research shows that there were two discharges of untreated wastewater by the City of Binghamton, N.Y., into the waterway upstream last week. -By Roger DuPuis | Times Leader
Broome County Task force finds heroin, counterfeit money, drug paraphernalia
Heroin, digital scales, drug packaging materials and counterfeit money were seized in a search warrant executed at an attic apartment on 42 Williams St in the City of Binghamton Wednesday.
Ithaca's Cinematic Past: Ithaca spots that were seen, not heard, in film
The exterior of the Wharton Studios in Stewart Park. The building still stands today.(Courtesy Diana Riesman/Wharton Studio Museum)Ithaca holds a strong, albeit unexpected, place in the nascent days of America’s cinematic history, one that can be seen in either formal or informal treks around the gr
Final round of Dick's Sporting Goods Open comes down to 18th hole
Well, yesterday, the 18th hole was once again the center of attention in the final round of this year's Dick's Open.
Police: Vehicle caught on fire after roll-over crash, man was heavily ticketed
Police said Donald Ball, the man who was ticketed, was taken by ambulance to Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, Pennsylvania, for body pain.
Van Etten: Village accepts county funding for dissolution process
VAN ETTEN -- Village of Van Etten trustees Monday unanimously approved the acceptance of a $44,085 temporary funding check issued by Chemung County that will go toward the municipality's dissolution process.Village Clerk Shirley Klose noted that she had received two bids for the municipal audit slat
Heroin, methamphetamine seized by task force at Johnson City apartment
Officials say Anthony E. Koedatich was charged with the felonies of third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (heroin), third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), and the misdemeanors of second degree criminally using drug paraphernalia and two cou
Syracuse man crashes his new 1963 Alfa Romeo on way home from Cortland car show
LAFAYETTE, N.Y. -- A Syracuse man was on his way home from a car show in Cortland -- driving a 1963 Alfa Romeo he had just purchased -- Sunday when he crashed on Interstate 81 North in LaFayette, state police said.
Why riding motorcycles in the Southern Tier is something truly special
Watts, who rides a Kawasaki Vulcan S650, said she recently started riding on her own after years of riding with her husband.
Enfield Fire Dept accepting relief donations for Lodi area
The Enfield Volunteer Fire Department is taking donations of flood relief supplies on Sunday afternoon, and will be delivering them to the Lodi Volunteer Fire Department.Items that are “most needed” and will be accepted at the Enfield drop-off are:First Aid kits and/or first aid suppliesNon-perishab
Horseheads Police Department releases video of suspect in string of thefts from residents
The Horseheads Police Department is asking for help to identify the suspect in a string of thefts from residents in the Village of Horseheads. If anyone can identify this person, contact the Horseheads Police Department at 735-8600.Provided / Horseheads Police Department(Photo: Picasa, )The Horsehea
Terdoslavich's single leads Binghamton to 5-2 win over Reading
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) -- Joey Terdoslavich hit a two-run single in the eighth inning, leading the Binghamton Rumble Ponies to a 5-2 win over the Reading Fightin Phils on Sunday. With the victory, the Rumble Ponies swept the three-game series.
Weather: Heavy rain Tuesday night stokes concerns
ITHACA, N.Y. -- For those asking for a reprieve from the rain, heat and humidity that's defined the past month or so, you're in luck today - areas of high pressure will generally prevail Monday and for the second half of the week, leading to more comfortable conditions and dry conditions. However, t
Bradford County: Owego man pleads no contest in vehicle arson
TOWANDA -- An Owego man who was facing several charges in connection with four incidents that occurred in Orwell and Asylum townships last year has recently pleaded "no contest" in Bradford County Court of Common Pleas to two charges.Michael J. Johns, 33, pleaded "nolo contendere" to charges of reck
Letter: Treatment of Animal Adventure Park was appalling
Mr. Shaw recently inquired as to whether proper accounting methods were being used by the park. In other words, he wanted assurances that the park was properly reporting all of its income for tax purposes. This line of questioning is offensive, disrespectful and none of his business. Does he work fo
Ithaca man who robbed 3 local convenience stores sentenced to 8 years prison
In July, Curt Rosenfeld, 32, of Ithaca, pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree robbery.
Johnson City Man Arrested After Heroin, Meth Found
A man was arrested after heroin, meth, and illegal prescription medications were recovered in a Johnson City apartment by the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force Friday.