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Attn: Endicott Residents Expect Occasional Discolored Water
ENDICOTT, N.Y. - The Village of Endicott is notifying residents to expect occasional discolored water from November 29th through December 19th. Workers are rehabilitating the main well in the Endicott Water System.
What a year for Endicott priest: New vocation, new wife, new challenges
Nathaniel Choma has had a “whirlwind” year, beginning with marriage in April. The Endicott Orthodox priest had first discussed marrying Nicole the summer before he entered the seminary.
Accident on Highway 17 East to Near 70 North
JOHNSON CITY, N.Y. - Multiple agencies responded to a crash on Monday around 2:40 in the afternoon. The accident on highway 17 East Near 70 North involved a car and tractor-trailer and caused heavy delays.
High school boys basketball recap, 12/7/18
Now to some high school hoops. The Maine-Endwell boy's team welcoming in Corning. Second half action, Spartans up. Ball's worked to the corner for Mike Mancini, and he knocks down the tre ball.
Motivational Speaker at Union-Endicott High School
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Students at Union-Endicott High School were given a lesson on how to prepare for the next phase of their lives. Seniors at UE had the opportunity to sit in on a presentation from motivational speaker Arel Moodie last week.
Community attends benefit for JCPD Officer’s son awaiting heart transplant
ENDICOTT (WBNG) — The community gathered at the Endicott Elks Lodge on Saturday for a benefit in honor of Jackson Vandermark, son of Johnson City Police Officer Jay Vandermark.
Cooking begins for annual Bandera Family Christmas dinner
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — At the American Legion Post 80 in Binghamton, table top cookers are working overtime to roast dozens of turkeys. Organizers of the annual Bandera Family Christmas meal say 150 turkeys will be prepared by Wednesday.
Firefighter's Respond to Fire at Val's Diner
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - A fire broke out at Val's Diner in Downtown Binghamton Sunday around 5 P.M. Officials say that there were no injuries and no one inside at the time of the fire.
Trooper finds Canadian lynx in truck headed for Binghamton
A New York State Police trooper who stopped to help a driver with a flat tire on Saturday discovered an illegal, furry passenger in the back of the pickup — a Canadian lynx. When the trooper stopped to help the motorist on Interstate 86 in Ashland, Chemung County, and saw a dog cage in the back of t
Two Alarm Fire Leaves Port Crane Family Homeless
Officials are investigating the cause of a two-alarm fire that destroyed a home in Port Crane and kept firefighters on the scene for hours overnight December 9. The blaze on Porter Hollow Road was reported about 8 p.m. Firefighters from around a dozen companies responded and the last units left four
Binghamton University Honors New Hall of Fame Inductees
Binghamton University inducted three individuals and one team into the Athletics Hall of Fame in ceremonies at a recognition dinner on Saturday at the Events Center. Wrestler Josh Ruff, baseball player Corey Taylor and golfer Jeff Wolniewicz all were inducted along with the 1992-93 golf team.
Question to deer hunters: Could you -- should you shoot a coyote?
It happened on opening day of the regular firearms season for deer hunting in the Southern Zone on a friend's property, just north of Endicott, N.Y. in Broome County. It was about 8 a.m. when I heard a blood-curdling whine about 200-300 yards away. I heard it a couple more times, than there was sile
Largest turnout for Endwell Christmas in the Park
ENDWELL (WBNG) — Sunday was the biggest Christmas in the Park organizers have ever seen. Thousands showed up for the annual holiday event instead of the hundreds normally seen.
Bustling Vestal Parkway grows beyond 'Miracle Mile' nickname
In a quiet corner of the Vestal Library, a long, detailed map stretches more than 30 feet, merged with aerial images to create an enormous picture of the the Vestal Parkway. Numbered labels point out notable restaurants and businesses, and tell a visual history of the parkway like nothing else.
Town of Maine Family hosts ‘Winter Festival’ to raise money for mission trip
TOWN OF MAINE (WBNG) — A Town of Maine family held a Winter Festival Saturday and Sunday on its farm to help raise money for those less fortunate. The Manwaring family of 14 is moving to Guatemala to live as missionaries and build orphanages for children.
Two car crash on Vestal Parkway causes property damage
VESTAL (WBNG) — Vestal police responded to a two car crash on the Vestal Parkway around 6:16 p.m. on Saturday. It happened in the area of 3737 Vestal Pkwy East. The cause of the crash was not released.
Woolfolk runs for 62 yards, Army knocks off Navy
PHILADELPHIA (WBNG) — Former Maine-Endwell running back Darnell Woolfolk ran for 62 yards in his final Army Navy game. Army knocked off Navy, 17-10. Final score: Army – 17, Navy – 10.
$20 million coming to the Southern Tier through the Greater Binghamton Fund
ENDICOTT (WBNG) — Officials announced $20 million of funding is coming to the Southern Tier through the Greater Binghamton Fund. This funding will be spread across the village of Endicott, downtown Binghamton, and the village of Johnson City.
Binghamton HS Grads Gather To Remember Noah Farrelly
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Those who knew 18-year old Binghamton High School grad Noah Farrelly say he was one of the funniest people they know. Noah's close friends and fellow BHS grads headed home from college this weekend to give each other support while remembering their friend and all the memories they
Multiple agencies responding town of Fenton house fire
TOWN OF FENTON (WBNG) — Multiple agencies are responding to a second alarm house fire in the town of Fenton. The Broome County Sheriff’s Office says fire departments responded to the house fire on Porter Hallow Road around 8:30 Sunday night.