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Water Suddenly Vanishes From Endwell Watersheds

Endwell residents have been wondering why two watersheds off Taft Avenue now are empty.

A resident of North McKinley Avenue in the town of Union said there was a big rush of clear water in Brixius Creek last Saturday

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Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Endwell Drone Protester Sentenced To Jail

A Broome County man has been sentenced to three months in a Syracuse-area jail in connection with a drone protest at Hancock Air National Guard Base.

79-year-old Jack Gilroy of Endwell was sentenced in Dewitt town court

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Crews Remove Old Endwell Bridge

Construction workers have taken down the deteriorated Hooper Road bridge in the town of Union.

Crews removed the four-decade-old bridge that carried traffic over East Main Street in Endwell

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endwell Detour In Place As Bridge Work Starts

A bridge rehabilitation project has gotten underway in the town of Union.

Thousands of motorists who usually use the Hooper Road bridge over East Main Street will be utilizing alternate routes for the next few weeks

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Hooper Road Bridge To Be Closed In September

Broome County officials are giving drivers who use an Endwell bridge advance notice of a detour they'll encounter in a couple of weeks.

The Hooper Road bridge over East Main Street will be out of service for about three weeks

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Driver Arrested After Endwell Crash

A Glen Aubrey man faces several charges following a vehicle crash in the town of Union.

Authorities say 63-year-old Paul Carpenter of Route 26 was driving a 1994 GMC Suburban that is believed to have gone through a stop sign at the intersection of Hayes Avenue and Country Club Road in Endwell

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Police: Sleeping Endwell Man Charged With DWI

State police made a DWI arrest after someone reported a man was sleeping behind the wheel of a car in Endwell.

Authorities say 41-year-old David Duncan of Endwell was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated

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Vehicle Fire Slows Route 17 Traffic In Endwell

Eastbound traffic on Route 17 in the town of Union backed up for a time this morning after flames engulfed a plumbing company van.

Authorities say the fire was reported at 9:40. The burning vehicle was stopped on the right shoulder of the highway near the Westover exit

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Endwell Man Faces Weapon, DWI Charges

A man allegedly involved in a town of Union dispute has been accused of driving while intoxicated and weapon possession.

Authorities say 44-year-old Brian Forsyth of Endwell was arrested following a reported incident at a McKinley Avenue residence

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Endwell Traffic Slowed By Paving Project

Thousands of drivers are facing daily delays because of a milling and repaving project in the town of Union.

The work on Hooper Road in Endwell started Monday. It's expected to continue for about two more weeks

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