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Two arrested in Chenango County for burglary
The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office say Palmatier was charged with Burglary in the Third Degree, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree, and was arraigned in the Town of Afton Court and sent to the Chenango County Correctional Facility on $5,000 cash bail.
Johnson City boy gets new room from A Room to Heal
A Room to Heal surprised Perkins with the nautical room that includes a saltwater fish tank, which became home to clown fish, hermits crabs, and an anemone.
Cops Make A Terrifying Discovery Near Secretive Islamic Compound In Upstate NY
Islamberg New York is a well known terrorist training camp and yet it is still up and running. The terror camp headquarters for MOA has been raided a few times, and it seems that state police and the FBI do nothing more than confiscate weapons and charge whomever they think is connected to the weapo
Police: Man showed handgun during dispute, two detained
Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick says the recent influx of violent crime is not normal for this area, but said none of the crimes have been connected. There have been two stabbings and two homicides in the Ithaca area since August.Matt Weinstein / staff video(Photo: GETTY IMAGES)Two men have been detained
Man Hit, Killed in Forest City
The coroner says Donald Ogozaly, 72, of Forest City, was hit by a vehicle along the 300 block of South Main Street in Forest City around 8 p.m.
U.S. Attorney: Binghamton woman stole Social Security benefits from dead husband
According to United States Attorney Grant C. Jaquith and John F. Grasso, Special Agent In Charge of the Social Security Administration (SSA) Office of the Inspector General, Patricia L. Williams was convicted of theft of government property and fraud Friday.
Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra performs ‘Great Cities’ at Anderson Center
A handful of the world’s metropolitan wonders were honored this past Saturday, Oct. 20 when the Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra performed its first major concert of the year, “Great Music for Great Cities,” and one of the last concerts this season under longtime director and music departmen
Meth and a handgun: Montrose fugitive arrested in Johnson City traffic stop
Johnson City police stopped a vehicle on Main Street, then learned the driver was wanted by Pennsylvania authorities on a drug charge, and allegedly had a loaded gun with him.
WATCH: Police Taser and Shoot Dog For Protecting Its Home, Dispose of Body Before Notifying The Owner
In an interview with The Free Thought Project, Estavia Cron tells us that she was at work when her brother and a group of friends broke into her home without permission. When Estavia’s brother entered, her dog ‘Gotti’, attacked the intruders biting one of them on the ankle. Estavia also said that he
Mom’s House celebrated 30 years in Johnson City
“We to date have had 296 parents go through our program and actually graduate in our program, we’ve helped hundreds of other parents along their educational journey and for me its really wanting to be here to continue support those who are coming to our program and being an additional support and se
Owner reacts after dog killed by Binghamton Police
“I want people to understand that he wasn’t just a dog. He was like my partner, my best friend,” Cron said on Friday.
In less than a week, Tioga County hands felony drug charges to 11 people
In less than a week, 11 people in Tioga County were faced with felony drug charges as part of a multi-month, multi-agency investigation.
University Symphony Orchestra Concert: Great Cities, Great Music!
Take a musical voyage to New York, Paris, London, and Rome as the Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra, under conductor Timothy Perry, presents Bernstein’s Three Dance Episodes from On the Town, George Gershwin’s An American in Paris, Elgar’s In London Town Overture and Respighi’s Pines of Rome.
New York man tricks Sedalia kids into sending nude photos
Brandon David Cuddihe, 31, of Binghamton, New York, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of attempting to produce child pornography, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Timothy A. Garrison, of the Western District of Missouri.
Man accused of inappropriately videotaping woman in Cortlandville store
CORTLANDVILLE, NY (WSYR-TV) - A man accused of inappropriately videotaping a woman inside the Dollar Tree on Route 13 in Cortlandville was arrested Friday. Dakota M. Malison, 25 was charged with unlawful surveillance in the second degree, after the Cortland County Sheriff's Office says a caller witn
These Are the Luckiest Lotto Stores in New York, Report Says
If you're looking to win big on a lotto ticket, it always helps to take some of the guesswork out of the equation. A recent review by The Journal News of the last six years of lottery winnings of more than $5,000 showed that some retail locations produce more winners than others. According to The J
Tioga Downs Casino makes donation to Southern Tier Veterans Support Group
Gural donated the entire gate from the show, tickets were $15, plus matched each ticket sold with another $15.
Tioga armed robbery suspect arrested in Elmira
ELMIRA, N.Y. (WBNG) — The Tioga County Sheriff’s Office and Elmira City Police have arrested man in connection to an armed robbery in Elmira.The two police departments found Isaiah J. Ramirez in an apartment on West Fourth Street in Elmira on Thursday, according to a post on the Tioga County Sheriff
Binghamton police looking for person of interest in Boscov’s theft
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Police are looking for a man who they say stole items from Boscov’s in downtown Binghamton.According to apostand video on the Binghamton Police Department Facebook page, they are looking for a man wearing a red Nike hat, a black jacket with the word “RAW” on the sleeve and a cart
Vestal Man Flees Police, Winds Up at Binghamton Bus Station
A driver who eluded Vestal police officers by running into the woods was finally tracked down at the bus station in downtown Binghamton.Authorities say 18-year-old Nathan Wilcox of Vestal was taken into custody Wednesday. He was charged with reckless endangerment and unlawful fleeing a police office