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Binghamton man killed in Susquehanna County crash was on his way to a first date
(WBNG)-- A family said they're still in shock after learning their son would never return home after leaving to meet a friend in Binghamton. Tyler Lewis, 21, was on his way from Bushkill, Pennsylvania to Binghamton traveling on Interstate 81 in Harford Township when he struck another vehicle and we
Two jailed after Endicott police raid reveals meth lab, heroin
The discovery of a meth lab in an Endicott residence has landed two people in jail, after police conducted a search inside the property. Donald House III, 37, and Tashia Corey, 24, were arrested Wednesday in connection with the alleged methamphetamine lab that authorities found Jan. 13 at 106 N. McK
Woman charged with smuggling drugs into state prison
KINGSTON TWP. - An investigation by the State Department of Corrections allegedly uncovered a scheme by a Stroudsburg woman smuggling synthetic marijuana and prescription drugs into the state prison at Dallas in Jackson Township. Court records allege Irene Vitagliano, 57, would smuggle synthetic mar
State police looking into reported theft at fire company
THOMPSON, SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) - State police are looking into a reported theft at a fire company in Susquehanna County. Members of the Thompson Hose Company say the situation does not involve any member wrongdoing but involves trouble the department has been having with a contractor as pa
Police Investigating Tractor Trailer and Snow Plow Crash in Marathon
The Cortland County Sheriff's Office is investigating a two-vehicle crash that occurred at the intersection of Route 221 and Deans Pond Road in the Town of Marathon on January 17 around 6:00 a.m. Authorities say, Corey Houseman of Booneville, New York, was driving a 2003 Kinetic Engineering Ltd. tra
Largest storm of the season so far dumps up to nine inches of snow on area
The largest snowfall so far this winter dumped up to 9 inches of snow across the region, closed schools and clogged up roads Tuesday evening into Wednesday. Police reported scattered fender benders but no accidents with serious injuries. By Wednesday afternoon, the sun peeked out. That's it for snow
Wayne county residents digging out from snow and leftover ice
PLEASANT MOUNT, WAYNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) - Wednesday's snow was enough to cancel school in many places and speed limit restrictions were also in place on several interstates. With the snow now over, some people are digging out from more than a half-foot of freshly fallen snow. This was one of the mo
Light snow headed our way - WBNG.com: Binghamton-area News, Weather, Sports
(WBNG) -- It's expected that our region will see about four inches of snow over a 36-hour period from late Monday through early Wednesday. Here's the latest forecast from Storm Track 12, Your Weather Authority: A FLOOD WARNING is in effect for the Susquehanna River at Campville until 9:30am Monday.
Businesses to locate in Parsons
Dollar Tree and Domino's Pizza are coming to Parsons, possibly opening as soon as late this year. Economic Development Director Jim Zaleski announced the development Tuesday evening during the Parsons City Commission meeting. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You ne
Quarterly coffee discusses US-169, Plummer Ave.
New city commissioners had a chance to meet with the public Saturday at Chanute's quarterly Coffee with Commissioners downtown. The meetings are sponsored by the Chanute Chamber of Commerce and hosted by Cardinal Drugstore. New commissioners Sam Budreau and Jacob LaRue, Mayor Phil Chaney and Neosho
Hamilton To Increase Sewer And Trash Rates
In an effort to combat their declining sewer and solid waste accounts, the Hamilton City Council voted to increase rates for each service at their regular meeting last Wednesday. According to reports prepared by the city's accountant, the solid waste fund lost $3,322.55 in 2017 thru November. "It'
Operation Soupline funds distributed through ACCL
The annual Soupline funds assistance to an estimated 400 households a year through the Alliance of Churches for Christian Living. Organizers say the money becomes available in March, and sometimes is what gets the program through the year without turning away applicants. "Some years, it's really clo
Cherokee Leaders Honor Martin Luther King Jr.
Cherokee Nation leaders marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day by acknowledging the tribe needs to come to terms with its treatment of former slaves, known as Freedmen. Cherokee Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. says Principal Chief Bill John Baker decided the tribe should honor of the King holiday
Call 911 for special delivery - The Chanute Tribune: News
The Neosho County Sheriff's office dispatch assisted in a special delivery Thursday. Melanie Kent Culp, a veteran dispatcher with 15 years of experience, received a medical call. "There's always some sort of apprehension when doing a medical call to not screw up," she said. The call came from Lev
Boil water issue close to being resolved
A boil water advisory has been lifted for a public wholesale water district in Southeast Kansas, but the advisory remains for communities and districts that buy water from it. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued a boil water advisory for Public Wholesale Water Supply Distri
Amy Hahn & Roger Floyd
Amy Lynn Parker Hahn of Admire and Roger Lee Floyd of Allen announce their engagement. She is the daughter of Tim and Linda Parker of Salina, Charolette Lowder of Allen and the late Bob Lowder. He is the son of Sam and Sandra Buckbee of Allen. The bride-elect is a graduate of Garden City High School
Murder charge filed against Jacksonville woman found with daughter's body in W. Va.
A Jacksonville mother is now charged in her daughter's murder, according to a Florida affidavit for arrest warrant obtained by Action News Jax. Erica Newsome, 37, was arrested in West Virginia in August. Police say she removed the body of her child, 11-year-old Kaye-lea Plummer, from her car after g
Police ID Jacksonville man killed in Sunday food mart shooting
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Police on Tuesday identified a 33-year-old man killed in a double shooting over the weekend at a North Jacksonville convenience store. Gregory Lamar Carodine was among those gathered at Highland Food Mart on Monaco Drive near Dunn Avenue about 2:35 p.m. Sunday when gunfire rang
Jacksonville woman loses 13-year-old Chihuahua in house fire
A Jacksonville woman is warning others after she says a mistake sent her home up in flames, killing her 13-year-old Chihuahua. Barbara Bassett said she was sharing her oxygen with her dog when her cigarette sparked a fire at her home on Necia Drive. "I tried so hard to get him out of that fire," Bas
Man recovering after Northside shooting
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating an overnight shooting on the Northside that sent one man to the hospital According to JSO, around 1:59 a.m. officers were called to the intersection of Faye Road and Eastport Road. Police found the injured man was shot at least