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Girls Accused Of Setting Fire At Endicott Park

Two teenage girls have been arrested in connection with a fire that damaged playground equipment at an Endicott park.

Authorities say the suspects are 13 and 15 years old. They've each been charged with fifth-degree arson, a misdemeanor

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Endicott House Fire Linked To Candle

Investigators have determined a residential fire in Endicott was ignited by a candle.

Village fire chief Joseph Griswold says the blaze at 304 Adams Avenue may have been caused when a pet knocked over the candle in the living room

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Union-Endicott To Honor Prominent Alumni

The Union-Endicott School District plans to recognize seven alumni at a November dinner.

School district officials say they'll be honored for making a difference in the lives of others.

The dinner is scheduled for November 12 at the Sons of Italy in Endicott

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Gas Leak Prompts Endicott Evacuation

A few Endicott residents were evacuated after a NYSEG high-pressure natural gas line was ruptured Thursday afternoon.

Endicott Fire Department Lieutenant Daniel Williams says the incident, which happened at East Main Street and Arthur Avenue, was reported at noon

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Man Charged In Endicott Apartment Building Robbery

An Endicott man has been arrested in connection with a reported robbery inside a Washington Avenue apartment building.

Authorities say 18-year-old Karim Lebron of East Main Street was taken into custody shortly after the incident

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Police: Endicott Man Sold Neighbor’s DVDs

An Endicott man is suspected of stealing DVDs from a neighbor and then selling them at a store in Vestal.

Authorities say 23-year-old John Durgala of Roosevelt Avenue has been charged with second-degree burglary, a felony

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Endicott Woman Accused Of Hurting Her Young Son

A 22-year-old mother has been arrested after Endicott police discovered her son had been seriously injured.

Authorities say Marcella Dooley of Madison Avenue was arrested Wednesday.

Detectives say village police were called last Saturday to investigate the case of a 17-month-old boy who had a broken femur

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Black Bear Wanders Around Endicott

Some Endicott residents were surprised by a black bear that spent some time near some homes and businesses.

Village police officers managed to steer the bear away from residential neighborhoods after it was first noticed on Adams Avenue late Sunday night

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Michigan Man Charged In Endicott Robbery

An off-duty state trooper helped Endicott police track down a suspect in a convenience store robbery.

Authorities say Anthony Gutek of Michigan has been charged with first-degree robbery, a felony

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Endicott Airport Receives Funds For Runway Project

Endicott's Tri-Cities Airport will receive more than $137,000 in federal funding to pay for design work on a runway rehabilitation project.

The money will be coming from the United States Department of Transportation

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