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Community comes together for Fenton family of four displaced by fire
TOWN OF FENTON (WBNG) — After a fire destroyed a home in the town of Fenton, many organizations are collecting donations to replace what was lost. “This is a tough time of the year. It’s Christmas and they have a lot of friends and family so everybody’s just trying to pitch in and help out,” Wendy H
Mural Completed at Broome County Dog Shelter
It’s been months in the making, but the Broome County Dog Shelter has new artwork on its fence in the Town of Dickinson. The mural project was started at the end of the last school year and involved students from the Chenango Valley and Whitney Point high schools. The work was taken up by volunteers
Police: Man killed 73-year-old man in hunting incident
BARTON, N.Y. (AP) — Authorities in central New York say a man who shot and killed his hunting partner has been charged with manslaughter. The Press & Sun-Bulletin of Binghamton reports 53-year-old Dean Brockoff, of Lockwood, is scheduled to appear Tuesday in the Town of Barton Court on a charge of s
Endicott Man Indicted for Assault Of Two Year Old Child
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Broome County District Attorney Steve Cornwell today announced an indictment. has been handed up against Michael W. Merwin, for felony assault of a two-month-old child.
Two taken to hospital after head-on crash in Candor
CANDOR (WBNG) — Officials say one person had to be transported by helicopter to a hospital and another by ambulance following a serious crash in Candor. The crash happened on Route 96 near Iron Kettle Farm Monday evening, according to Tioga County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Shawn Nalepa.
Broome County Dog Shelter mural
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Some SUNY Broome art students got out their brushes and helped a local animal shelter complete an unfinished art project. A mural painted on a wooden fence outside the Broome County Dog Shelter has been completed.
Donate toys for Broome County Toys for Tots at Jack Sherman Toyota
Jack Sherman Toyota is collecting toys for kids to give to the Broome County Toys for Tots. The business has been doing this year after year since 2011. It first started as a campaign with Toyota and president of Jack Sherman Toyota, Mike Corey, decided to continue it after.
Cortland County man killed in fatal crash
WILLET, N.Y. — A Cortland County man was killed in a crash in the town of Willet Sunday, according to state police. Police in Homer responded to a one-car motor vehicle crash Sunday on Route 221 in Willet after a passerby contacted police to report the accident at around 7:14 a.m.
Broome County Dog Shelter Unveils Finished Mural
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The Broome County Dog Shelter got another addition, but it was not one with four legs. The shelter debuted a mural created through a partnership with SUNY Broome and the county.
Broome County holds Holiday Artisan Market
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Another effort to encourage shoppers to buy local this holiday season resulted in a special event at the Broome County Regional Farmers Market. The Agency had a Buy In Broome booth at last night's Broome County Holiday Artisan Market organized by Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Mural unveiled at Broome County Dog Shelter
TOWN OF DICKINSON (WBNG) — SUNY Broome partnered with Broome County to paint a mural at the Broome County Dog Shelter. The artwork was unveiled on Monday. Earlier this year, students from Chenango Valley and Whitney Point started the project and SUNY Broome art students then spent this whole semeste
Crash blocks traffic on Route 96
CANDOR (WBNG) — An alert from state officials says a crash in Candor has blocked lanes of traffic on Route 96. The alert says lanes are blocked in both directions between Nagel Hill Road and Howard Hill Road.
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.
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
Anthony Brindisi to host ‘Thank You’ parties across the Southern Tier
(WBNG) — Democrat Anthony Brindisi will host various ‘Thank You’ parties across the Southern Tier starting Monday. In a Facebook post, the group, ‘Anthony Brindisi For Congress’, announced the democrat will have parties in Cortland, Binghamton, and Utica the week of December 10 and a party in Norwic
Fire tears through house in Cortland County
CUYLER N.Y. — Crews are investigating a house fire in the town of Cuyler. The Deputy Fire Chief tells CNYCentral the fire started around 5 p.m. Sunday on Pease Hill Road. No one was home at the time.
Muckles U moves to 60 Court Street
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - A screen printing company known for its T-shirts promoting Binghamton pride, has ventured into the world of retail. Muckles U, formerly known as Muckles Ink, has taken the corner storefront of the newly renovated 60 Court Street where Woolworth's used to be.
10th annual Mirabito Holiday Gathering brings festive fun to the community
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Free Christmas festivities were offered Sunday morning in Downtown Binghamton at the 10th annual Mirabito Holiday Gathering. The community event featured free food including doughnuts, pizza, and coffee. Music played while children participated in a hula hooping competition and d
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
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.