Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Michigan State coach Izzo joins Final Four first timers

    Michigan State coach Izzo joins Final Four first timers Tom Izzo drew up the perfect play at the perfect moment, sending Michigan State past mighty Duke for a spot in the Final Four. The trip is always emotional, but Izzo has done it before. This will be his eighth…

  • Van Cott Jewelers in Oakdale Mall closed for good after 44 years

    Van Cott Jewelers in Oakdale Mall closed for good after 44 years JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Van Cott Jewelers inside the Oakdale mall closed its doors Sunday after 44 years in business. The family-run business did not renew their lease after owners say they tried to re-negotiate. Sad to…

  • Michigan State upsets top overall seed Duke to reach Final Four of NCAA Tournament, joins Auburn, Texas Tech, Virginia

    Michigan State upsets top overall seed Duke to reach Final Four of NCAA Tournament, joins Auburn, Texas Tech, Virginia WASHINGTON (AP) — Michigan State upsets top overall seed Duke to reach Final Four of NCAA Tournament, joins Auburn, Texas Tech, Virginia. The post Michigan State upsets top overall seed…

  • More than 100 vendors take part in annual Home and Garden Show

    More than 100 vendors take part in annual Home and Garden Show VESTAL (WBNG) — The annual Home and Garden show took place over the weekend at Binghamton University. This year’s show brought in more than 100 vendors throughout the Southern Tier, providing locals with access to the latest…

  • Albany police union: cyber attack impacting their systems

    Albany police union: cyber attack impacting their systems ALBANY – Police officers do not have access to internet-dependent systems, leaving them in the dark about manpower on patrols and possibly slowing down call response times a day after a ransomware cyber attack on the city, according to a Facebook…

  • Boys and Girls Club Mentors host dodgeball tournament to help local children

    Boys and Girls Club Mentors host dodgeball tournament to help local children VESTAL (WBNG) — The Binghamton University Boys and Girls Club Mentors hosted its 7th annual dodgeball tournament to raise money for children in the community. The money from the tournament will go toward hosting a carnival for…

  • Mild Wally's is closing

    Mild Wally's is closing After 28 years, seven full cycles of college undergrads and more than 5 million chicken wings, Mild Wally’s in Albany will close following business on Saturday, April 20. Source: Times Unition Mild Wally's is closing

  • UConn celebrates another NCAA Women's Final Four

    UConn celebrates another NCAA Women's Final Four Albany Party like it’s 1991 … and 1995 … and 1996 … and virtually every year of the current millennium. The University of Connecticut advanced to the NCAA women’s basketball Final Four for the 20th time, including the last 12 consecutively, and…

  • Schumer wants Boeing off FAA committee amid investigations

    Schumer wants Boeing off FAA committee amid investigations U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer wants Boeing to be removed from a Federal Aviation Administration rulemaking committee as investigations deepen into both the company and regulator’s role in two deadline airline crashes. Senate Democratic Leader Schumer said that Boeing should be suspended…