The oldest of seven, I was born on February 14th, a Valentine baby. I’ve lived literally all over the country, but am happy to have finally settled down and I call Binghamton home. Out of all the women in the world, my husband picked me and I’m blessed because Jay still romances me, even though we’ve known each other for over a decade. Together, Jay and I have the most gregarious little boy named John. My former self was obsessed with photography and books. Now, my life is consumed with ridiculous amounts of laundry and building blanket forts. I’ve become a master at reading bedtime stories in character voices, kissing boo-boos, and cuddling a toddler to sleep. And I wouldn’t change it for anything- my life is now complete.
Explore More With New York State Fish and Wildlife App
If you've ever thought it would be nice to have an easy way to get info on hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities in New York, there's an app for that.
Binghamton Is Stepping out to Cure Scleroderma
The Binghamton Stepping Out to Cure Scleroderma will hold a walk to raise money and awareness for research and support for local patients.
Portions of Pennsylvania Turnpike Go Cashless
If you travel the PA Turnpike, you're in for a surprise as portions of the Turnpike, including the Clarks Summit toll area, have gone cashless.
Become a Vendor and Sell Your Things at the Parlor City Oktoberfest
Calling all vendors! If you’ve got something to sell, you'll want to jump on this opportunity to be part of a festival that draws thousands before space sells out!
Windsor Graduate Holds Distinct Honor of Guarding Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington
Since 1952, only 659 Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Guard Identification Badges, the third least awarded badge in the military, have been given out.
Homecoming Celebration to Be Held for Twin Tiers Veterans, Public Encouraged to Attend
You're invited to attend an Honor Flight Homecoming to cheer for Twin Tiers veterans as they return to the Southern Tier after a day in Washington, D.C.
CDC Warns: Don’t Eat the Lettuce, Throw It Away
The CDC is warning to toss any store-bought chopped romaine lettuce, including salads and mixes with romaine and this is why.
If Your Parents Die Owing Money to the IRS, You May Have to Cover the Bill
Hundreds of thousands of people expecting to receive tax refunds will instead be informed that a parent’s debt means the government will be keeping their return.
The Year Without a Summer (Yes, It Really Happened)
Think this year has been cold? What we're experiencing is nothing compared to the year that summer legitimately passed over most of the world.
Why You Should Mail Your Tax Return via Certified or Registered Mail
If you’ve been putting off getting your taxes done, today is tax day and your return needs to be electronically filed or postmarked before midnight tonight.