The oldest of seven, I was born on February 14th, a Valentine baby. I’ve lived literally all over the country, but am happy to have finally settled down and I call Binghamton home. Out of all the women in the world, my husband picked me and that's something I'm thankful for every day. Together, Jay and I have the most gregarious little boy named John. My former self was obsessed with photography and books. Now, my life is consumed with ridiculous amounts of laundry and building blanket forts. I’ve become a master at reading bedtime stories in character voices, kissing boo-boos, and cuddling a toddler to sleep. And I wouldn’t change it for anything- my life is now complete.
Downtown Binghamton July Fest Returns for 57th Year
2019 marks the 57th year that the July Fest Celebration in downtown Binghamton has been offering summer fun for people from all over the east coast.
Local Students Raise Thousands of Dollars for Twin Tiers Veterans
Since February, students at Maine Memorial have been collecting gently worn shoes to benefit the Twin Tiers Honor Flight and the results are astounding!
Binghamton Halloween Parade Looks to Bring Community Together
Townsquare Media Binghamton is proud to announce that we'll be once again hosting the Binghamton Halloween Parade. Register to participate here.
Broome County Sunset Run to Benefit Local Veterans
With the Sunset Runway 5K, you'll be able to run on a certified 5K course while taking in a glorious sunset and supporting local veterans at the same time.
Seven CNY Students Compete in National Spelling Bee
This year, seven students from Central New York have found themselves at the nation's most iconic spelling competition.
What’s Open and What’s Closed on Memorial Day?
Memorial Day is Monday, May 27th and if you're not sure what will be and what won't be open, this handy guide should help!
Memorial Day Activities in the Southern Tier
No matter what you’ve got planned, we hope you’ll find time to show your support for former and current military and for those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Meet CNY Native Kayla McKeon, Washington’s First Lobbyist With Down Syndrome
Central New York native Kayla McKeon is breaking barriers on Capitol Hill as Washington’s very first registered lobbyist with Down Syndrome.
St. Anthony’s Italian Feast Days Return to Endicott
It wouldn't be summer in the Southern Tier without St. Anthony’s Italian Feast Days which will soon return to Endicott.
Usher in Summer With the Annual General Clinton Canoe Regatta
There's no better way to kick off the unofficial start to summer than with the annual General Clinton Canoe Regatta!