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Former Nursing Home Nurse Admits Patient Endangerment

A former employee of the Good Shepherd Village at Endwell is expected to be sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to endangering the welfare of an incompetent or physically disabled person.

34 year old Tanya Johnson of Greene was employed as a licensed practical nurse when a patient she was bathing in October fell and suffered abrasions to his back

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

UE Students’ Emotional Wellbeing to be Evaluated

The Union Endicott School Superintendent is advising parents of K-8 grade students that their children will be taking home a survey regarding the emotional well-being of students.

In her advisory posted in the UE weekly news letter, Suzanne McLeod offered an explanation from the Broome County Clinic Plus Coordinator

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Category: Articles, Health, Local News
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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

The Former Greene Police Chief Pleads Guilty to Officials Misconduct

The former Police Chief in the Village of Greene is to be sentenced in November after pleading guilty yesterday to two counts of official misconduct and one count of criminal contempt.

43 year old Stephen Dutcher had been arrested in April after Village officials reported missing items and items like tires, a vacuum cleaner and other items being purchased with Village money that allegedly turned up in Dutcher’s possession

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Contractors Admit to Polluting the Susquehanna River

Contractors, who worked on repairs to the Binghamton Governmental Center parking garage and the Wilson Hospital parking garage in Johnson City, are accused of using high-volume blasts of water to demolish concrete then dumping the toxic sludge directly into the Susquehanna River in 2008 and 2009

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Mountain Top Grove Outburst Lands an Endicott Man in Jail

An Endicott man, who said he was going to kill a Sheriff’s Deputy, is charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Broome County Sheriff’s officials say 44 year old Jack Goham reportedly yelled obscenities at Mountain Top Grove on Hance Road in the Town of Binghamton and pointed his finger at authorities acting as if it were a gun

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

A Standoff in Cortland County Ends Peacefully

A Cortland County man is facing several charges following a standoff with Sheriff’s Deputies that started with a report of a domestic incident at around 10:30 p.m. September 11.

Deputies responded to a residence on State Route 392 in Virgil and were told 48 year old Brian Robinson had barricaded himself in his home, had several loaded guns and threatened police over the phone to use the weapons against them

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