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Police: Driver in Endwell Crash Was Impaired

A Johnson City woman has been accused of driving while her ability was impaired by drugs after a one-vehicle crash in Endwell.

Authorities say 18-year-old Tiffany Stark was arrested Sunday following the crash on Watson Boulevard

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Recreational Skating at Highland Park in Endwell

Town of Union residents who enjoy ice skating have been utilizing a temporary facility at Highland Park in Endwell.

A softball field at the park was flooded a few weeks ago to provide the skating area

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Endwell Ice Rink Construction Delayed

A skating rink planned for a town of Union park won't be opening this winter as previously announced.

Town officials had indicated the facility at Highland Park in Endwell might be ready for skaters by Christmas

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Andy Dean/ThinkStock

Driver Charged With DWI In Endicott Crash

An Endicott man has been accused of drunken driving following a vehicle crash in the town of Union.

State police say 25-year-old Kyle Moran was charged with driving while intoxicated.

Investigators say Moran was arrested Friday after a crash on Hayes Avenue

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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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Town Of Union Library Funding Hike On Ballot

Residents in the town of Union next week will vote on a plan to increase the local library tax.

The George F. Johnson Memorial Library in Endicott and Your Home Public Library in Johnson City receive most of their funding through a special assessment

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Air Force To Pay For Westover Demolition Project

A contract for the demolition of a flood-wrecked Air Force plant in the town of Union could be awarded in the next two weeks.

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer says work on tearing down the facility at 600 Main Street in Westover could start shortly after the contract has been awarded

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West Endicott Residents May Sue National Pipe

Dozens of town of Union residents are threatening to go to court in their ongoing battle with a company that makes polyvinyl chloride pipe products.

National Pipe and Plastics moved its Broome County production facility from Vestal to West Endicott last spring

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Two Men Charged In Endicott Larceny Cases

Endicott police say two men suspected of stealing items from vehicles were taken into custody with assistance from Broome County sheriff's deputies.

Investigators say 18-year-old Jeremiah Hazen of the town of Union and 18-year-old Matthew Gordon of Endicott were charged with petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Arrests In Town Of Union Scrap Metal Theft

Two town of Union residents have been accused of stealing scrap metal from railroad property.

Authorities say 28-year-old Derek Greco of Endicott and 25-year-old Shelissa Cole of Endwell are suspected of taking metal that had been near rail tracks in the area of Bornt Hill and Airport roads

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