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Red Cross closes Bradford County shelter
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South Waverly: Speeding stop leads to new charges against man who had pleaded guilty in bar assault -- Cops clocked suspect traveling over 100 mph on Pitney Street
SOUTH WAVERLY -- An Athens man who pleaded guilty last month to a charge stemming from a bar assault in Sayre is facing new charges after police clocked the vehicle he was driving traveling at speeds over 100 miles per hour on Pitney Street.The new charges against 22-year-old Matthew Vincent Smith s
Vestal man accused of secretly recording 29-year-old woman while she undressed
A Vestal man is accused of illegally recording a woman while she was dressing and undressing, at least four times, in September 2016.
Bradford County: Teen charged in Athens school lockdown sentenced to probation
TOWANDA -- A Sayre teenager who was facing charges following an incident that led to three schools in the Athens Area School District being placed on lockdown last year was recently sentenced in Bradford County Court of Common Pleas to 12 months probation.Blaine Edward Carnrike, 18, was also ordered
Scarboro: One injury reported from flooding, required helicopter rescue
Emergency traffic reports Tuesday indicated that a helicopter had taken to the air for a local rescue, although details were a little scattered among the transmissions.During a press conference held Wednesday afternoon to update the public about the emergency efforts following the recent flooding, B
Police: Man exceeded 100 mph in 35 mph zone
SOUTH WAVERLY — An Athens man faces multiple charges after Sayre Borough Police said they caught him driving more than 100 mph in a 35 mph zone during the early morning hours of July 21.According to court documents, police paced 22-year-old Matthew Vincent Smith’s white Honda Civic at 107 mph after
Tunkhannock falls in Little League Softball World Series title game | Times Leader
Ella McNeff lined a single to center, ending Howard’s run of 16 retired in a row. Elaina Kulsicavage followed with a grounder in the hole at shortstop for Tunkhannock’s third hit of the game. She moved to second on the first pitch, but the comeback bid ended with a groundout.
People Band Together in Bradford County During Flooding
“We're loading up stuff at home, and we're going to my grandma's tonight. It could flood easily,” 8-year-old Lilah Delamater said.
TMA provides update to water boil advisory
Customers affected are advised to boil all water for drinking, ice making, brushing teeth, washing dishes and cooking to a rolling boil for one minute and let cool before consuming. The boil advisory will stay in effect until further notice.
Tunkhannock softball loses, finishes second in Little League World Series | Dallas Post
Lefty AndiJo Howard fired a three-hit shutout, retiring 16 straight batters, Wednesday night to lift Central champion Wheelersburg, Ohio to a 3-0 victory over Tunkhannock in the Little League Softball World Series championship game in Portland, Ore.
Binghamton man accused of sexually abusing child in Endicott
Isaiah S. Eason, 22, of Broad Avenue, was charged Tuesday with a felony count of first-degree sexual abuse. Police said he subjected a girl under the age of 11 to sexual contact in June 2016.
Flash Flooding: The latest on State of Emergency, road closures, water levels
TheState of Emergencyorders in Broome, Tioga, Schuyler, Chemung and other affected counties remain, with no unnecessary travel, especially in areas impacted by flash flooding.
Governor Cuomo issues state of emergency for portions of Finger Lakes, Southern Tier and CNY
ALBANY, N.Y. (PRESS RELEASE) - Governor Cuomo has declared a State of Emergency for Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Monroe, Onondaga, Ontario, Schulyer, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Wayne, Yates, and contiguous counties through August 21, according to his office.
Claverack Donates to Animal Care Sanctuary
Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative and CoBank have teamed up to provide $5,000 to the Give Them a Leash on Life capital campaign of Animal Care Sanctuary. A $2,500 donation from Claverack, matched by a $2,500 donation from CoBank, one of the cooperative’s lenders, will go toward construction of a
Road Closures in the Southern Tier
ELMIRA, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - The New York State Department of Transportation today announced that currently there are many road closures in the Southern Tier due to heavy rains and flooding. The following road closures, listed by county, remain in effect until further notice:
Inmate charged in threatening life of judge
WEST BURLINGTON — A Bradford County Correctional Facility inmate is now facing additional charges after he threatened a local judge.According to Pennsylvania State Police in Towanda, Raymond Henry Dotson II, 48, made threats toward Magisterial District Judge Larry Hurley.He is now facing charges of
WEB EXCLUSIVE: In Troy, creeks become raging rivers
It was partly sunny on Tuesday, with the threat of two to four more inches of rain, just one day after the west branch of Sugar Creek and others in the Troy area crested several feet higher than has been seen since Hurricane Agnes and the Flood of ‘72.Tuesday’s continuous heavy rainfall over several
Flash Flooding Washes Away New Albany Library
NEW ALBANY, Pa. — A community library in Bradford County is heavily damaged.Flash flooding washed away the New Albany Community Library building Tuesday morning along Route 220.There is no word if anyone was inside at the time.Newswatch 16 has a crew on the way and will provide more details as it be
Flooding in the Twin Tiers: Damage captured in photos
ELMIRA, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - Much of the Twin Tiers transformed into a river, wreaking havoc across the area. We asked you, our viewers, to send in photos and videos of the flooding from your neighborhood.
Bradford County man charged with threatening to kill judge who jailed him
Pennsylvania State Police at Towanda charged Raymond Henry Dotson II, 48, of Bliss Road in Rome, with retaliation against prosecutor or judicial official/terroristic threats following an investigation at the Bradford County Correctional Facility.