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Women Face Felony Charges in Cortland Walmart Shoplifting

A Cortland woman and Lafayette woman are charged with felony falsifying business records and other counts following a report of two women shoplifting at the Cortlandville Walmart.

27 year old Ashley Franklin of Layfayette and 26 year old Kaylea Mendez of Cortland allegedly were found in possession of drugs after authorities investigated a report of the suspects stealing items then returning to the store to try to redeem them for cash

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Photo by Kathy Whyte
Photo by Kathy Whyte

SUNY Adds More Online Course Under Enhanced Program

SUNY Broome Community College's computer security and forensics Associate Degree program is among new degree and certificate courses at State University of New York schools being added to a year-old initiative to offer online courses

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Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Cortland Man Dies a Week After Beating

A Cortland man is dead after being severely beaten earlier this month.

Jayquan Hines was found, with blunt trauma to the head, on Pine Street in Cortland at around 11:15 a.m. October 7.

Witnesses reported two black men leaving the scene, possibly headed north on Main Street

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Binghamton Bearcats Hold Basketball Showcase Friday Night

The Binghamton Bearcats Athletic Department is launching the 2014-15 basketball season with the annual Basketball Showcase set for the Events Center this Friday at 7 PM.  The first 1,500 fans who attend the celebration will receive a free T-shirt

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Tioga County Corn Maze Now An Autumn Tradition

Hundreds of people a week have been visiting an eight-acre corn maze attraction in Newark Valley.

The tenth season of Stoughton Farm's fall maze opened two weeks ago.

The owners of Stoughton Farm say the maze this year features a design to show support for area animal shelters

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton First Ward Pool Demolition Starts

Workers have started to tear down the historic pool in Binghamton's First Ward Park.

The pool, which is said to have opened on Memorial Day 1950, had not been used in recent years because city officials determined repair work would be too expensive

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

“Suspicious” Activity Prompts Endicott School Lockdown

A middle school in Endicott was locked down today after some type of "suspicious activity" outside the building.

According to the Union-Endicott School District, Jennie F. Snapp Middle School on Loder Avenue was placed in a "lockout" at 11:15 a

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Police Find Marijuana Growing in Endwell Shed

New York State Police say they found an illegal marijuana growing operation in a shed at a property in Endwell.

October 13, Troopers and the Vestal Police searched a home on Richmond Road and arrested 33 year old Andrew Honnick

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Hundreds of Bags of Heroin Found In Dickinson Motel Room

A Brooklyn man, staying in a motel room on Old Front Street in the Town of Dickinson now has a bed down the road at the Broome County Jail after members of the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force say they found 424 bags of heroin in his room

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Firefighters Association of New York Marks Fire Prevention Month

Broome County Fire Coordinator Brett Chellis speaks on the October 18 edition of the local weekly public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up about National Fire Prevention Awareness Month and what residents should keep in mind to stay safe

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Category: Articles, Health, Local News

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