A burglary in Susquehanna County reminds residents to lock their doors, even in rural locations. Pennsylvania police are investigating a burglary that happened between March 30 and the 31st, at a home on state Route 92, in Oakland Township, in Susquehanna County
The new owners of Greek Peak say they not only plan to keep the estimated 1000 workers at the resort, but they have their eyes set on possible expansion. Marc Temerman and John Meier, of Elmira, have assured U
Families of the victims of the American Civic Association shootings four years ago say the tragedy remains fresh in their minds. Survivors, family members, and some members and of the community gathered at the A-C-A building on Front Street yesterday to commemorate the loss and celebrate the lives of the victims.
Harrisburg, PA--There were 1,310 people killed in crashes on Pennsylvania roads last year, the third-lowest number on record and 24 more than in 2011. Areas of highway safety, toughened by laws Governor Tom Corbett signed, also saw reductions in fatalities and crashes
The Town of Union Town Board has scheduled a public hearing tomorrow, April 3, to provide the public with an opportunity to make suggestions regarding the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding that the town expects to receive over the next fiscal year from the U
Luis Masso-Diaz, 30, pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday for his involvement with the distribution of cocaine and heroin in the Binghamton area--other substances like oxycontin, percocet, and morphine were also allegedly bought and sold. The d
It's estimated over 100 people turned out last night for a candlelight memorial vigil at Binghamton's Recreation Park to celebrate the lives of 39 year-old Christina Rumpel-Powell and 24 year-old Mario Masciarelli of Binghamton, who were murdered at Rumpel-Powell's home on Lisi Lane last Friday. Funeral
On March 22nd, 2013 Delaware County sheriff's deputies arrested William J. Schenkel, 42, of Downsville for 3 counts of Aggravated Harrassment, all Class A Misdemeanors. The charges stem from an incident between Schenkel and two victims that began in the town of Franklin and ended in the village of Walton
The topic of discussion is solar energy at a weekend forum in Binghamton. The Green Sanctuary Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation is hosting the forum "Solar Energy Fast Forward" on Sunday. The eve
The proposed sale of Greenman Senior Center, to OFB (Opportunities for Broome), is getting mixed reviews after a public hearing in Binghamton. The sale would mean the loss of a neighborhood assembly place, and the $75k bid would be a huge cut to the $400k appraised value
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