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Sherburne Man Throws Meth From Vehicle

A Town of Sherburne man is in the Chenango County Jail after fleeing from police and throwing Meth from his vehicle.

Chenango County Sherriff’s officials say that they attempted to stop 26-year-old John Quinn on July 13th, when he fled from officers

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Conklin Fair Continues A Decades-Long Tradition

More than seventy vendors, attractions and exhibits will be featured at this year's Conklin Fair. The 44th annual fair will run through July 18, concluding with a fireworks display.

Fair committee president Bill Kraswosky said the festivities got under way with a parade

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Newark Valley Woman Charged with Welfare Fraud

Tioga County Sheriff’s officials say a Newark Valley woman is facing felony charges following an investigation into possible welfare fraud.

35 year old Amanda Pizzardi is charged with two felony counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument, felony welfare fraud and felony offering a false instrument for filing

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Samurai Sword Confiscated in Johnson City

Johnson City Police responding to a report of a suspicious person sitting in the foyer of a Grand Avenue Building say they found 38 year old Brian Elijah in illegal possession of a weapon.

Police say Elijah had a samurai sword known as a katana as well as a machete and a set of Chuka Sticks

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Binghamton Connection to Darkode Hackers

A dozen people are accused of selling other people’s personal information gleaned from Facebook accounts and there is a Southern Tier connection.

The scheme is getting national and international attention and a 39 year old Binghamton man is being cited as a key player

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Endicott Woman Accused of Impaired Driving

State police have made an arrest after a vehicle left the scene of a crash in the town of Union.

Authorities say 73-year-old Barbara Zimbardo of Endicott was charged with operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs

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Susquehanna County Road Construction Update

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, “PennDOT”, says progress has been moving forward quickly on road projects in Susquehanna County.  PennDOT Susquehanna County Manger, Bob Thorne was on hand for a roadside news conference and said work is nearing completion on a 15 mile stretch of State Route 706

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Tioga County Approves Sparklers

New Year’s Eve and the Fourth of July may be a little louder in Tioga County.

The legislature has unanimously approved a local law to allow the use of sparklers and small fireworks.

33 counties in New York State now have limited fireworks approval following a relaxing of a state law

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Little Southern Tier Storm Damage

Little or no damage is being reported in the Greater Binghamton area following strong thunderstorms July 14.

Chenango County Emergency Services Dispatchers reported some trees down but no serious problems while Broome and Tioga Counties had no reports of issues

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Two Hurt in Downtown Binghamton Crash

One block of a busy downtown street was closed following a multi-vehicle crashJuly 14.

The collision occurred on State Street - just south of Court Street - about 3:45 p.m.

City police say two people were injured in the crash involving a car, pickup truck and a van

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