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Maine-Endwell School District’s Electricity Now Generated by Solar Facility
The Maine-Endwell School District has plugged its new solar array into the grid and the system is generating electricity.
Sullivan County Man Killed When Gender-Reveal Bomb Explodes
A father-to-be died and his brother was hurt when an explosive device being built for a child gender-reveal party blew up in the town of Liberty.
Interstate 88 Closed After Collision Involving DOT Plow and Truck
A section of Interstate 88 near Sidney was shut down following a crash involving a snow plow and another truck.
Tree Clearing to Start for Broome County Wind Farm Project
The company that's planning to develop a 124-megawatt wind farm in eastern Broome County says crews will start cutting down trees to prepare for construction work.
Cuomo Won’t Go to Inauguration Because of Possible Albany Threats
Governor Andrew Cuomo has canceled plans to travel to Washington for the inauguration of Joe Biden due to potential demonstrations that may occur around the state Capitol.
Former Norwich Police Chief Sworn In as State Assemblyman
Joseph Angelino has been sworn in to represent the 122nd District in the New York State Assembly.
Edward Stack Stepping Down as Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO
Binghamton-native Edward Stack has announced he'll soon be leaving his position as chief executive officer of Dick's Sporting Goods.
Drive-Thru Holiday Light Show Planned at Otsiningo Park
A "Festival of Lights" display will be held for the holiday season at Otsiningo Park in the Town of Dickinson.
UPDATE: Binghamton Amber Alert Canceled, Girls Located
Police have issued an Amber Alert after two eight-year-old girls reportedly were abducted on Binghamton's West Side.
Cuomo Warns Students They May Have to “Party with Your Parents”
Governor Andrew Cuomo says more New York colleges will be forced to go to remote instruction if students don't follow COVID-19 rules.