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Drivers Urged To Use Care Around School Buses

As thousands of children start classes for the new school year, police and school officials are reminding motorists to exercise caution.

Schools across the Southern Tier are opening Wednesday and Thursday

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Endicott School Evacuated After Electrical Fire

A small electrical fire at Jennie F. Snapp Middle School in Endicott was quickly extinguished Friday morning.

The blaze near a classroom inside the school at 101 Loder Avenue was reported at 7:52 a

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Cold Snap Causes Twin Tiers Water Problems

The frigid temperatures have resulted in frozen water pipes in the Binghamton area.

One school was closed on Monday because of a burst water pipe. Union-Endicott School District officials say the incident happened at the Thomas J

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Union-Endicott Sets Capital Project Vote

Residents of the Union-Endicott School District will vote on a $7 million capital project plan in December.

District officials say dozens of projects would be authorized if the referendum is approved

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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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The New York Times
The New York Times

Jon Jones Profiled In The New York Times

The New York Times sports section featured an in-depth profile of Ultimate Fighting Championship light-heavyweight titleholder Jon Jones.

The SportsSunday piece by Tony Gervino described the Union-End

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Union-Endicott To Hold Budget Workshop

Union-Endicott school district officials are developing a spending plan that would not cut programs or slash the workforce.

The budget proposal will be discussed in a workshop that's planned for tonight

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Union-Endicott Superintendent: “Grateful” for Proposed Aid Hike

School district officials across New York State are assessing the amount of aid they might expect to receive under Governor Cuomo's budget plan.

Dr. Suzanne McLeod, Union-Endicott School District superintendent, is expressing cautious optimism based on her initial review of the governor's proposal

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Union-Endicott Schedules Budget Sessions

The first of a series of planned budget workshops will be held next week by the Union-Endicott Board of Education.

A public forum on future spending plans has been scheduled for Wednesday, January 23 at 7:00 p

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Water Main Break Closes West Corners Schools

Two elementary schools in West Corners dismissed hundreds of students early Thursday because of a major water line break.

Students at the Ann McGuinness and Linnaeus West schools were dismissed at 10:45 a

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