Monthly Archives: March 2016

  • Comics Against Cancer to get laughs, funds for Gilda's

    Comics Against Cancer to get laughs, funds for Gilda's National comedians gather in Rochester for a show that raises money for Gilda’s Club            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Comics Against Cancer to get laughs, funds for Gilda's

  • Opening statements wrap up in fourth Cal Harris murder trial

    Opening statements wrap up in fourth Cal Harris murder trial Schoharie, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Opening statements wrapped up in Schoharie Supreme Court Thursday in the fourth Cal Harris murder trial. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News Opening statements wrap up in fourth Cal Harris murder trial

  • Brighton's Scott Lazeroff makes Olympic diving trials

    Brighton's Scott Lazeroff makes Olympic diving trials The Auburn University freshman will compete in June for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Brighton's Scott Lazeroff makes Olympic diving trials

  • What will happen to the Broome Developmental Center?

    What will happen to the Broome Developmental Center? (WBNG Binghamton) After nearly 40 years of service, the doors to the Broome Developmental Center’s living facilities are now closed. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News What will happen to the Broome Developmental Center?

  • Deep South Taco celebrates upcoming Hertel Ave. location with free tacos

    Deep South Taco celebrates upcoming Hertel Ave. location with free tacos BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A popular local restaurant may only have been selling tacos for four months, but the business is thriving, so they’re giving back to the community. Deep South Taco owner Richard Hamilton say the business will…

  • Coventry family left with little after fire destroys home

    Coventry family left with little after fire destroys home Coventry, NY (WBNG Binghamton) A Coventry home was destroyed in a fire Tuesday morning, leaving the family with next to nothing. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News Coventry family left with little after fire destroys home

  • Why being a first lady is complicated, according to the chiefs of staff for the last three

    Why being a first lady is complicated, according to the chiefs of staff for the last three pWASHINGTON – Being president is hard. (See the graying heads of commanders-in-chief for proof.)/ppBut an even more complicated gig might just be that of first lady – according to the chiefs of…

  • Repeated hits to head more significant than concussions, new study suggests

    Repeated hits to head more significant than concussions, new study suggests pConnections between concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy have been the subject of debate and discussion from Capitol Hill to the NFL’s Park Avenue offices in New York, but a new study suggests that the mental, emotional and cognitive…

  • Manure truck driver injured in rollover crash near Glenfield

    Manure truck driver injured in rollover crash near Glenfield pGLENFIELD — A manure truck driver was flown to a Utica hospital Tuesday after his tractor trailer rolled over at Route 12 and Blue Street in the town of Martinsburg./ppBrian J. Ripp, 59, Port Leyden, at around noon was driving…

  • Lowville store employee accused of printing lotto tickets without paying

    Lowville store employee accused of printing lotto tickets without paying pLOWVILLE — An employee at Tops Friendly Markets has been accused of taking $1,980 worth of lotto tickets during the month of March./ppVillage police charged Lesley Hare, 38, Lowville, with fourth-degree grand larceny, answerable in Village Court./ppPolice said they…