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James Giacalone sentenced to 12 years in prison for striking NY trooper with car
Giacalone, 37, who pleaded to a felony count of attempted aggravated assaultagainst a police officer, was sentenced Wednesday in Broome County Court to 12 years in state prison.
15th Annual Recycled Ornament Contest Underway in Oxford
November is officially “Oxford Recycles Month”, and the fifteenth annual Recycled Holiday Ornament Contest kicked off at the Oxford Academy Primary School. Notices went home in Friday Folders on November 9. This event was designed to coincide with the state’s “NY Recycles” and the national “America
Two schools report threat; none hurt
As a result, Otselic Valley went into a lockout after the report, notified Unadilla Valley Central School and state troopers.
Fire Hits Garage, Barn and House in a Few Days
November 10, fire damaged a garage on County Road 3 in Smithville while hours later another blaze destroyed a barn, killing all of the Miller family’s herd of goats inside.
Sheriff takes Unadilla teen under his wing
Jonathan Jackson, 15, of Unadilla, was sworn in by Sheriff Craig DuMond as other officers and Jackson's mother, Linda, looked on.
WINTER STORM WATCH: Tompkins, Chemung may receive seven to eight inches of snow
The other New York counties under the winter storm watch include Cortland, Steuben, Tioga, Seneca and Schuyler counties, and Bradford County in Pennsylvania.
Winter Weather Anticipated for Twin Tiers
For now, points to the east, including Binghamton, are not under a threat of heavy snow. That, of course, could quickly change and residents are encouraged to stay tuned for the latest forecasts.
37th annual YMCA Turkey Trot takes to the streets of Norwich
Prior to the start time of the 5k, or 3.1 miles, there is a free half-mile run/walk for kids ages 11 and under. The kids neighborhood fun run begins at 12 noon and participants are asked to arrive at 11:45.
Woman arrested for trespassing, escaping handcuffs at Walmart day after shoplifting arrest
A woman who had recently been arrested for shoplifting at a Walmart was arrested at a Cortland County Walmart after trespassing and then fleeing officers. According to the Cortland County Sheriff's Office, authorities responded to Walmart in the Town of Cortlandville around 4:50 p.m. on Sunday for
Winter weather advisory in effect for Cortland County
Snow covers the parking lot of the Cortland Diner on Main Street, Cortland, N.Y., Jan. 16, 2018 (Cortland Voice file photo)
Windsor Superintendent Jason Andrews named New York State Superintendent of the Year
“I am humbled and honored to be named Superintendent of the Year. This award is a reflection of the hard work of the students, staff and community partners of the Windsor Central School District,” Andrews said in a statement. “We are committed to Windsor being a world-class community school that is
Thousands of NYSEG Customers Lose Power After Snowfall
The utility Tuesday morning reported 150 customers in Broome county lost electric service. Outages were reported in Vestal, West Endicott, Harpursville and Port Crane.
NYSEG repairing power outages around Southern Tier after snow overnight
New York State Electric and Gas reported1,704 customers without power by mid-morning, with no estimated time of restoration.
Whitney Point Field Hockey Concludes Historic Season With Celebration
Whitney Point, N.Y. - Whitney Point's field hockey team finished their 2018 season with an 18-2 record, as well as being crowned Class C State Champions. The eagles grabbed their fifth consecutive state title this past weekend, making them the first team in any sport throughout Section IV to do so.
Afton falls to Lakeland in state semi
Section IV champion Afton fell to Section I representative Lakeland, 2-0, on Saturday in the semifinal round of the Class B state championship at Williamsville North High School in Buffalo.
Suspension upheld for Johnson City teenager who took teacher's picture on the sly
Students at Johnson City High School had received dress code violations for wearing off-the-shoulder shirts, even though, Adriana said, it wasn't explicitly banned in the dress code.
Winter Storm Warning issued for parts of CNY
• Oswego, Wayne and northern Cayuga counties from 7 p.m. Tuesday evening until 6 p.m. Wednesday.A winter storm WARNING means severe winter weather conditions are expected or occurring. Heavy snow, blowing snow, and dangerously cold wind chills are forecast. Travel will become dangerous. If you must
Senior found collapsed in dorm, dies at hospital
Albert Cruz, a senior majoring in English, was rushed to the hospital, where he died shortly after being admitted. According to a Dateline addition released at 11:28 a.m. on Monday, Binghamton’s New York State University Police Department is waiting to receive reports from a medical examiner, but do
Cortland police report weekend arrests - Cortland Voice
Name: Emil Bowman, 28, of CortlandCharges: Endangering the welfare of a childDate Arrested: Nov. 10, 2018Details: On the afternoon of Nov. 6, Bowman shoved a 14-year-old male at a residence on Rickard Street. He was sent to jail on $2,000 cash bail or $4,000 bond.
Absentee Votes To Be Counted In Broome County Wednesday
BROOME COUNTY, N.Y. -More than 5,000 absentee and affidavit ballots will be counted by the Broome County Board of Elections starting on Wednesday morning. Those ballots could determine the outcome of the close race for the 22nd congressional district seat.After Election Night, Anthony Brindisi is up