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Endicott Teen Charged in Robbery Attempt

An Endicott teen is facing a felony charge for allegedly trying to steal a wallet from another boy.

Village Police say 16 year old John Carter is charged with attempted robbery in connection with a report of a boy trying to forcibly steal a wallet from another 16 year old on September 25 on Washington Avenue

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Two Arrested in Newark Valley for Meth. Manufacture

Tioga County Sheriff’s officials say a five month investigation into suspected drug activity on Elm Street in Newark Valley has resulted in the arrest of two people.

Officials say 27 year old Gina Garcia of Endicott and 62 year old James Ridgway of Newark Valley are charged with unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Groups Claim Cuomo’s Office Edited Federal Fracking Study

Capital New York is publicizing a recent federal study into the effects of hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas in the Southern Tier that has anti-fracking factions up in arms.

A review of the study has Citizen Action claiming the Cuomo administration manipulated and edited the findings to remove some references to health and environmental risks associated with methane gas and the transmission of gas through the region via pipeline.

The

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