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Attempted Abduction Reported in Homer

Police in Homer are looking for a suspect in a reported attempted child abduction.  Officials say a 10 year old girl was walking home from school on Elm Street at around 3:45 p.m. September 4 an older model, mid-sized grey sedan pulled along side and a white, chubby, middle-aged man asked the girl to get into the car

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

Town of Union Casino Hearing is Postponed

A public hearing to take comments about plans for a casino/resort at Traditions at the Glen in the Town of Union has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. September 17th.

Town Councilman Thomas Augostini was not at the September 4 meeting due to a family emergency, so the board was unable to make a determination of the project under the environmental review

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Endicott Businesses are Urged to Take Burglary Precautions

In the wake of two restaurant burglaries and an attempted break-in in Endicott over the past few days, Village Police are advising businesses to take precautions to protect property.

Owners are reminded when they close for the night, leave some lights on so officers making checks can see inside, all windows should be clear, all money removed from cash drawers and the drawers left open, doors and windows are locked and that surveillance cameras and alarm systems are operating

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News file photo

Libous: Pretrial Hearing Went Well

New York State Senator Thomas Libous is looking at more time in a courtroom following a pre-trial hearing September 4 in White Plains under allegations that he used his influence as a leader in the state senate to get his son a job with a downstate law firm, resulting in one federal count charging he lied to investigators

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New Binghamton Student/ Police Liaison on Southern Tier Close Up

A new program to coordinate information and protection for students living and studying in Downtown Binghamton is just getting underway.

The new police liaison officer, Dan Flanders and Binghamton University Police Chief, Timothy Faughnan appear on the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, airing both September 6 and 13

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