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Garbage to Gas in Owego

Lockheed Martin is looking to cut its carbon footprint and electric bill with a new bioenergy plant in Tioga County.

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Lockheed Martin Tagged for Two Contracts

It looks like Lockheed Martin in Owego is going to be working on two new multi-million dollar helicopter contracts for the U.S. military.

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NYSEG, Lockheed Conduct Tests in Binghamton Area

Some people have been asking questions about a low-flying helicopter that's been observed in the Broome County in recent days.

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Lockheed Martin Plans Job Cuts

Lockheed Martin is offering voluntary layoffs to workers throughout the system, including in Owego, before it puts out pink slips to meet its staff reduction target.

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State Funding Announced For Endicott Tech Site

Millions of dollars will be provided by the state to develop an advanced manufacturing project in Endicott.

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Lockheed Martin to Buy Sikorsky in $9B Deal

Lockheed Martin, Tioga County's biggest employer, has announced it intends to acquire Sikorsky Aircraft for $9 billion in cash.

Lockheed has competed for business with Sikorsky and worked with the Connecticut-based company on many military helicopter programs for years...

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Lockheed-Owego Recognized By Weather Service

Lockheed Martin in Owego is giving a boost to a National Weather Service preparedness program.

The agency has recognized the major Tioga County employer as a StormReady Supporter...

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Lockheed Martin Plans Job Cuts At Owego Site

More layoffs have been announced at Lockheed Martin's Tioga County facility in another cost-cutting move by the company.

Forty people who work in cafeteria and janitorial positions at the Owego complex have been told they'll lose their jobs next month...

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Lockheed Martin Owego Ready For “Marine One” Job

Lockheed Martin officials say employees at the company's Tioga County site are looking forward to working on the presidential helicopter program...

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Owego Lockheed Martin Site To Work On Marine One Program

Lockheed Martin's Tioga County facility is expected to work on the next generation presidential helicopter project.

The Navy has awarded a contract to the team of Sikorsky Aircraft and Lockheed Martin to build a fleet of Marine One helicopters...

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