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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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West Endicott Residents Blast National Pipe Plant Noise

 

Some people who live near the new National Pipe and Plastics factory in the town of Union say they can't tolerate the noise and the odors emanating from the plant.

Several West Endicott residents told town board members they're tired of hearing the beeping of

forklift equipment at the facility which manufactures polyvinyl chloride pipes. Som

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West Endicott Man Accused In Hatchet Threat

A dispute in the town of Union resulted in the arrest of a man who was accused of threatening someone with a hatchet.

Authorities say 59-year-old Kenneth Pruyne of June Street was charged with second-degree menacing

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Traditions Casino May Be Operated By Seneca Nation

A group hoping to open a casino in the town of Union has announced an operating agreement with a company established by the Seneca Nation of Indians.

The owners of Traditions at the Glen say they've come to terms on a partnership with Seneca Gaming Corporation

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Crews Completing Demolition Of Endwell Building

Workers with a Vestal-based company have been tearing down an abandoned structure in Endwell.

The demolition of the former building that housed the Don Owen Pontiac dealership at 2309 East Main Street started after an asbestos removal project

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Abandoned Endwell Building Being Demolished

A crumbling building on East Main Street in Endwell is being torn down.

The abandoned structure - which once housed a car dealership - has been deteriorating for several years.

Union town supervisor Rose Sotak says demolition costs could total about $43,000

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Union Vandalism Complaint Results In Drug Arrest

A report of vandalism led to the arrest of a town of Union woman on drug charges.

Authorities say state police stopped a suspect vehicle while looking into a complaint that someone had broken a window at a house

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Endwell Man Charged In Car, Credit Card Theft

Several felony charges have been filed after a vehicle theft in the town of Union.

Authorities say they believe an Endwell man used credit cards found in the vehicle to buy gas and cell phones.

According to the Broome County Sheriff's Office, 33-year-old Case Valashinas of Watson Boulevard was accused of stealing a vehicle from the parking lot of the Sports Dome on Airport Road

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Hearing On Abandoned West Endicott Factory Delayed

A public hearing on a long-abandoned factory complex in West Endicott has been postponed.

The town of Union board had planned to hear comment Wednesday on a proposal to declare an old Endicott-Johnson facility "unsafe and dangerous

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Broome Lawmaker Quits To Become Town Justice

Broome County legislator John Black has announced he's resigning his seat as he prepares to become a Town of Union Justice.

The Endwell Republican has been appointed by the town board to succeed Thomas Dellapenna Jr

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