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Tioga Sheriff’s Officials Charge Two With Meth. Manufacture

An Owego man is accused of making methamphetamine.

Tioga County Sheriff’s officials located a vehicle at the Trout Ponds dawn to dusk park in Newark Valley shortly before 1:30 a.m. June 11 and say the driver, 28 year old Cody Root while passenger, 31 year old Thomas Zuzuski were both charged with felony unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine

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The Iconic Dotti Lou Meats in Bradford County is Destroyed by Fire

A landmark Bradford County, Pennsylvania butcher shop is gone.

The Dotti Lou Meat Shop in Stevensville went up in flames at around 4:30 a.m. June 12.

Many residents of the Southern Tier of New York would make a point of traveling to the shop to purchase ribs, sausages and other products

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Binghamton Caregiver Accused of Using Stolen Credit Card

A woman working at an independent boarding home for the disabled is accused of charging thousands of dollars on a stolen credit card.

Broome County Sheriff’s officials say 26 year old Tiffany Farinha of Binghamton is charged with felony grand larceny, accused of charging over $9,000 on the stolen card

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Bill to Delay Broome Mental Health Clinic Closure Fails

An effort to delay the announced closure of the Broome County Mental Health Clinic this year has failed.

The County Legislature Health and Human Services Committee’s three Republican members voted against a resolution ordering the clinic to remain open until at least June of 2016 while the two Democrats voted in favor of moving the bill forward

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Category: Articles, Health, Politics
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Broome Sheriff Warns Beware of Paving Scams

Broome County Sheriff’s officials are cautioning residents to be wary of people offering to do cheap paving projects.

31 year old Theodore Cooper of Nichols is charged with felony grand larceny after he allegedly took $6,200 from a Town of Union resident for a blacktop paving project that was never finished

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

N.E. Pennsylvania Benefits From Natural Gas Play

A Pennsylvania Congressman says Bradford and Tioga County municipalities are reaping the rewards of natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale Formation.

Republican Representative Matt Barker of Wellsboro released a statement recently saying the counties and municipalities are in line to collect about $22

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