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Crumbling Deposit School To Be Demolished

An abandoned elementary school in eastern Broome County that's posed serious safety concerns is about to be torn down.

A section of the roof of the century-old brick building on Second Street in Deposit collapsed last June, prompting a "state of emergency" declaration

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Wegmans Recalls Some Organic Ground Beef

Wegmans has announced a recall of some packages of organic ground beef.

The Rochester-based company says the meat may be contaminated with small strips of translucent, flexible plastic.

The items being recalled are small packs and family packs of "Wegmans 93% Lean Organic" ground beef

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David McNew/Getty Images

Police Seize 22 Pounds of Marijuana in Endicott

An Endicott man faces several drug-related charges after police found large quantities of marijuana and cocaine in raids at two locations in the village.

Authorities say 38-year-old George Clark Jr

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Susquehanna County Man Accused of Killing Mother

A 26-year-old Susquehanna County man has been arrested in connection with the death of his mother.

Authorities say Benjamin Ball of New Milford was charged with criminal homicide.

According to state police, troopers based in Gibson learned of the incident around 1 p

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Two Men Charged in Owego Robbery Incidents

Arrests have been made in connection with a pair of robbery investigations in the village of Owego.

Authorities say 29-year-old Jeffrey Whitmore of the town of Owego has been charged with robbery, burglary and kidnapping in one incident

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Otsego County Deaths Linked to Tainted Heroin

Authorities in the Oneonta area have issued a warning about suspected tainted heroin.

According to "The Daily Star" of Oneonta, police believe two recent deaths may have been the result of heroin that is stronger than usual

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Rest Stop Vending Machines Feature NY Products

Agricultural goods produced and processed in New York state are being featured in some rest stop vending machines.

State officials say the "Taste New York" vending machines have been placed in Broome County and north of Albany

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Otsego County Man Charged After Pursuit

A 23-year-old man has been accused of driving more than 100 miles per hour while fleeing from state police in the town of Oneonta.

Authorities say Jordon Davis of Laurens was charged with fleeing an officer and reckless driving

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Southern Tier Casino Battle to Resume

New York State's Gaming Facility Location Board has decided to accept more bids for a possible casino license in the Southern Tier.

The board in a New York City meeting voted to request applications for a fourth casino license

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Meth Bust in Marathon

The Cortland County Sheriff's Department conducted a traffic stop yesterday at about 1:20 PM on Route 11 in the Village of Marathon after being dispatched to the area to investigate possible drug use or drug activity in a motor vehicle

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