Monthly Archives: May 2016

  • World No Smoke Day raises awareness to curb tobacco marketing for teens

    World No Smoke Day raises awareness to curb tobacco marketing for teens New York state is cracking down on promotions and placement of tobacco products, which health officials say are a leading cause of smoking for adolescents. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News World No Smoke Day raises awareness to…

  • New Binghamton website attracts tourists

    New Binghamton website attracts tourists A brand new website redesign gives the Greater Binghamton area a fresh new look. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News New Binghamton website attracts tourists

  • Stoneyard Brewing opening east-side site

    Stoneyard Brewing opening east-side site Plans are for a German-style beer hall on Empire Boulevard in Penfield.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Stoneyard Brewing opening east-side site

  • UPDATE: New information in Mother's Day fatal accident

    UPDATE: New information in Mother's Day fatal accident Deputies say a man was driving on the wrong side of the road when he caused a fatal accident on Mother’s Day. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News UPDATE: New information in Mother's Day fatal accident

  • Most abusers of elderly know their victims

    Most abusers of elderly know their victims BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — The vast majority of people who abuse older New Yorkers know their victim. And many of them are caretakers. Those were among the staggering statistics released Tuesday by advocates for the elderly, as they kicked off a campaign…

  • Officials: Safety at zoos everybody's job

    Officials: Safety at zoos everybody's job Seneca Park Zoo and county leaders respect tough call made to kill gorilla in Cincinnati.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Officials: Safety at zoos everybody's job

  • Bonnies get new video board, replace aging scoreboard in Reilly Center

    Bonnies get new video board, replace aging scoreboard in Reilly Center ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. (WIVB) — Repeated success by the St. Bonaventure Bonnies basketball teams may have led to energetic philanthropy, earning the teams — and clamoring fans — a new video board. Officials say the new video board comes…

  • State lifts ban on live fowl at fairs

    State lifts ban on live fowl at fairs ALBANY — A yearlong ban on live fowl competitions at state and county fairs in New York was lifted Tuesday by state agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball, as the threat of bird flu has decreased. The state Department of Agriculture and…

  • Lisbon man charged with stalking.

    Lisbon man charged with stalking. pHAMMOND — St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies on Monday charged Arthur J. Parmeter Jr., 47, of 189 Dezell Road, Lisbon, with stalking./ppDeputies charge that Mr. Parameter followed a woman in her vehicle for several miles and across several roads and different townships as they…

  • Development near old Rochester subway may advance

    Development near old Rochester subway may advance Mayor Lovely Warren said the apartment/commercial complex will likely break ground this summer.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Development near old Rochester subway may advance