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Rain Can't Put a Damper on Boscov's Holiday Parade

Despite unfavorable weather conditions, the 28th annual Boscov's Holiday Parade still went on as planned. The event began near Arthur Street and Main Street and continued towards Downtown Binghamton until around the Broome County Courthouse. While attendance numbers were down, some people couldn't m

FOX 40 NEWS WICZ TV - 2017-11-19 05:26:00

Police investigate shooting that injured 2 men

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) - Police in upstate New York are searching for two suspects in connection with a double shooting. WHAM-TV reports the shooting happened around 5 p.m. Sunday in Rochester. Police say a 40-year-old man and a 35-year-old man were both shot. Investigators believe the suspects fled o

WBNG-TV - 2017-11-20 13:13:00

Rain can't slow down Boscov's annual parade

Santa Claus came to downtown Binghamton Saturday for the 28th annual Boscov's annual Downtown Holiday Parade, braving the same cold rain spectators did to kick off the holidays. Thomas La Barbera / correspondent video Santa Claus came to downtown Binghamton Saturday for the 28th annual Boscov's ann

PRESSCONNECTS - 2017-11-19 02:16:50

Southern Tier musician chosen to perform at Sydney Opera House

JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) -- Alexandra DiGennaro has always liked music. Her dad is a trumpet player, but the 12 year old found a different instrument was more her style. "I just grew up with music and I wanted to play like my dad," DiGennaro said. "I wanted to play trumpet but my dad gave me a French hor

WBNG-TV - 2017-11-20 02:03:00

NY woman says she was harassed by NY state employee

NEW YORK (AP) - A New York woman says in a federal lawsuit that she was sexually harassed by a state employee, and the governor knew and did nothing to stop it, allegations the governor's office denies. Lisa Marie Cater says that former Empire State Development Corp. regional president William "Sam"

WBNG-TV - 2017-11-19 19:48:00

Best Buddies chapter partners with local organization

Pin the tail on the turkey, Thanksgiving crafts and bingo were just some of the activities Binghamton University's Best Buddies chapter participated in on Sunday afternoon in the Events Center. Around 40 people gathered in the Tau Bearcat Club Room for the chapter's third event since its chartering

BINGHAMPTON UNIVERSITY PIPE DREAM - 2017-11-20 05:54:37

Don't settle for pumpkin pie

This recipe requires few ingredients and little baking experience, so it's perfect for beginners this holiday season. Once you start eating it, you won't be able to put it down. - 40 salted saltine crackers or enough to line your cookie sheet - 1 cup of salted butter - 1 cup of brown sugar - 2 cups

BINGHAMPTON UNIVERSITY PIPE DREAM - 2017-11-20 05:49:59

DC Comics continues film franchise of its extended universe

"Justice League," the latest installment in the DC Comics cinematic universe, premiered on Friday. The eponymous "Justice League" consists of familiar characters from previous films, plus new additions like Aquaman (played by Jason Momoa). Every so often, the release of a certain movie either elevat

BINGHAMPTON UNIVERSITY PIPE DREAM - 2017-11-20 05:46:21

Addiction recovery expert speaks to community

Al J. Mooney, a medical doctor and internationally-recognized expert in the field of addiction and recovery, stopped by Barbourville on November 14 to share his expertise and answer questions at the UNITE Coalition's monthly meeting. "There's some urgency and passion in which I bring my message and

MOUNTAINADVOCATE.COM - 2017-11-19 08:23:39

Downtown Corbin hosts Christmas open house

Santa Claus visited downtown Corbin on Sunday afternoon allowing children to tell Santa what they would like for Christmas. He also took photos with the children. Santa came for the Christmas open house that had downtown businesses open on Sunday for some special deals in the various shops that were

CORBIN TIMES-TRIBUNE - 2017-11-20 03:04:00

18 indicted for various charges in Laurel County

LAUREL COUNTY - A Corbin man arrested in September after allegedly shooting a handgun at several individuals was indicted Friday by a Laurel County grand jury. Rolland C. Atkins, 21, was named in a seven-count indictment for charges that allegedly occurred Sept. 19. On that date, deputies were dispa

CORBIN TIMES-TRIBUNE

Lynn Camp student taken to hospital following school fight

A Lynn Camp High School student was taken to an area hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in a fight Friday morning. Frank Shelton, Director of Communications and System Governance at Knox County Schools, stated that the incident occurred before noon at the school on Ky. 830. "Officials at L

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One year and counting...Homeless shelter celebrating with Open House

Just over one year after London's homeless shelter reopened under new oversight, its impact on the community has been tremendous. To celebrate their success and show the public how the facility is operated, the Good Samaritan House is hosting an Open House on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Located

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Daughter caring for mother with Alzheimer's disease

WILLIAMSBURG - Wanda Jeffries, 84 of Williamsburg was officially diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease three months ago but her daughter and caregiver, Laurel Jeffries West, said she's been dealing with memory loss for years. "I noticed something was really wrong about four years ago when I moved in to

CORBIN TIMES-TRIBUNE

LMU bringing Knoxville Orchestra to Harrogate

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) will kick off the holiday season on Thursday, November 30, with two performances by the Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra (KSCO) and the annual tree lighting on the University Quadrangle. The KSCO will perform in the Sam and Sue Mars Performing Arts Center at the

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-11-18 22:20:00

A side dish that goes with anything

If given a choice between a bushel of turnips or a bushel of potatoes, I would take the turnips every time. Of course that assumes that I lived alone because Loretta would kick me out if she found out I had pulled a trick like that. My wife used to claim that the only way she liked turnips was raw.

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Shelter in Place Issued After Dog Attack, 'Aggressive Pit Bull' on the Loose in Amesbury, Massachusetts

Police say a violent and extremely aggressive dog attacked a person in Amesbury, Massachusetts on Sunday morning. The attack happened in the area of Whitehall Road. The dog is described as a brown pit bull. The Amesbury Police Department is asking residents in the area of Whitehall Lake Drive Condos

NECN - 2017-11-19 18:40:43

'Violent, extremely aggressive' pit bull attacks police in Amesbury, Mass.

A pit bull attack prompted police to issue an urgent warning in Amesbury. Police said a "violent and extremely aggressive" brown pit bull attacked a sergeant Sunday morning in the area of Whitehall Road. The sergeant and another officer were responding to a medical call when the dog came out of the

WMUR.COM - 2017-11-20 00:23:00

'Violent' Pit Bull Loose In Amesbury After Attacking Person

AMESBURY (CBS) - Police are warning Amesbury residents about a loose pit bull that is described as "violent and extremely aggressive." Amesbury Police said a brown pit bull attacked a person on Sunday morning in the area of Whitehall Road. Residents are asked not to bring their dogs outside until th

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-19 11:20:49

Going the distance with Amesbury Chamber

AMESBURY - Persistence was the theme and message at the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce annual meeting Thursday night. Longtime Boston Marathon race director Dave McGillivray was the keynote speaker and Vasa Waterfront Kitchen & Bar was the setting for the annual meeting, which saw Shaheen Brothers dir

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