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Corning Rotary accepting scholarship applications
The Rotary Club of Corning is offering scholarships to greater Corning-area high school seniors graduating in June 2019 who are entering continuing education programs of two or more years by fall 2019.
Women's health in local spotlight
BELMONT — With help from state Senator Catharine Young, the Allegany County Health Department is able to provide extra programming for women through the Women’s Health Initiative.
Hunt Engineers, Architects elevates Bond to president
HORSEHEADS — A Southern Tier engineering and architecture firm that operates an office in DeWitt has announced a change in its top leadership group. Horseheads–based Hunt Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors & Landscape Architect, DPC (Hunt) on Feb. 12 said it has named Chris Bond its new president
Valentine’s Day Couples: Sports brought Dansville couple together
Sports has been a constant theme running through the relationship of Kimberly Levee and Tyler Koch of Dansville. Their story began during a softball game Aug. 12, 2017, at Babcock Park in Dansville and has continued through pick-up basketball games, volleyball, and even shuffleboard and snowboarding
Hornell grad rate tops NYS average
HORNELL — The Hornell City School District’s most recent graduation rate is 83 percent, according to New York State Education Department data. The 83 percent represents the graduation rate for the September 2014 ninth-grade cohort that met all requirements by June 2018. The state average for the 201
2019 Section IV Boys Basketball Sectional Schedule
New York - Here are the Section IV Boys Basketball 2019 sectionals schedule! Listed below is the first round of sectionals for each team. Elmira (13-5) vs Binghamton (10-7) Maine-Endwell (13-6) vs Johnson City (12-7)
Corning Museum of Glass to be featured in upcoming Netflix series
Corning, N.Y. (WHAM) - A popular tourist destination in New York's Southern Tier will be making its Netflix debut later this year. The Corning Museum of Glass will be featured in a new series called Blown Away, which is scheduled to debut on February 20 on Makeful, a cable channel in Canada. It is s
LCAA CHAMPS: Dansville caps off historic season with final win on home floor
DANSVILLE — The Dansville Mustangs held off a late push from Hornell Wednesday evening to cap off an undefeated season and grab an LCAA Championship on its home floor by a 74-69 final in Dansville.
'Develop Tioga' approves new logo
WELLSBORO — Develop Tioga, formerly known as TCDC, approved its new logo at the Feb. 8 board meeting. The logo was designed by a graphic designer with the Potter-Tioga Visitor’s Bureau.
Southern Tioga to hire collection agency for delinquent meal debt
BLOSSBURG – The Southern Tioga School District board of directors voted to allow business manager Kathy Ciaciulli to go after delinquent meal service funds during its meeting Monday, Feb. 11.
Church fire's spark undetermined
WELLSVILLE — A Florida family hoping for a new start in Allegany County is reeling from the “unimaginable” loss of its new home. Wolf and Ali Von Mertz officially purchased the former Stannards United Methodist Church on Jan. 29, according to realtor.com. Less than two weeks later, the structure eru
State police seize 100 bags of crack cocaine during 390 traffic stop
State Police out of Wayland and Geneseo arrested two motorists on Interstate 390 Monday after a traffic stop and subsequent vehicle search turned up about 100 bags of crack cocaine, according to police.
Commissioners recognize Knoxville man for earning PEMA certification
Tioga County commissioners recognized Carl Cox of Knoxville, for earning his local advanced emergency management coordinator certification from the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Administration for Knoxville during their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 13.
Officials want unit to stay open
PENN YAN - Local and state representatives are urging Finger Lakes Health to save the inpatient Behavioral Health Unit at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital. U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, state Senator Tom O’Mara, R-Big Flats, and state Assemblyman Phil Palmesano, R-Corning, are each asking Finge
EkoStinger Plant Opens In Big Flats
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that EkoStinger, the $1 million grand prize winner of the 2018 76West Clean Energy Competition, opened its new manufacturing plant in the Southern Tier, creating new jobs that support the local community. The new plant will manufacture devices for tractor tra
NoPo girls take down Austin, 54-11
ULYSSES — The Northern Potter varsity girl’s basketball team had a win on their home court against Austin on Feb. 6. Almost right away, Abbi Anderson (2) scored NoPo’s first basket of the night. About thirty seconds later, Austin’s Kylie Welsh (2) put Austin on the scoreboard. Northern Potter contin
Bills' coaches and Levi Wallace volunteered at Buffalo City Mission
14 members of the Bills' coaching staff along with CB Levi Wallace volunteered at Buffalo City Mission. Subscription may be required to read full article.
Students, community members perform at Falcon Follies
COUDERSPORT — Saturday evening was filled with musical acts and talents for the third annual Falcon Follies community talent show. Fourteen acts performed, entertaining an almost full auditorium. Kicking off the night were four members of the Coudersport winter guard, Victoria Bock, Zoie Sallade, On
Academic All-Stars complete week 1
What a great way to start the 2019 Academic All-Stars season Monday as area schools saw a night of close matches and even a tie. In the large school division, Corning Black narrowly defeated Corning Gold, 36-33, and Bath edged out Hornell by a score of 39-35.
Livingston County Sheriff’s Office List of Weekly Arrests
Each week the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office puts out a list of people who have been arrested and the reasons for the arrest. Here is the list of last week’s arrests. Fitzroy A. Gordon, 49, Rochester, NY, was charged February 1, with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle 3rd Degree