New York Looking Towards Cashless Tolling

The days of human-staffed toll booths may be coming to a close--at least in New York that is. >>

State’s Brewing Industry Growing

That's according to the Governor's office, who says The Empire State is home to home to 105 farm-based craft beverage stores. >>

This Week In Wine Country- Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

Highlighting some of the events coming up on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail >>

Tompkins County Non-Profit Raises Thousands Through Donut Fundraiser

Challenge Workforce Solutions in Tompkins County held its 2nd annual Krispy Kreme donut fundraiser. >>

Clarity Connects Returns for Its Third Year

Clarity in Elmira will be hosting its third annual motivational speaking event - Clarity Connects. >>

Century-Old Owego Fountain to be Restored

A longstanding statue right in the heart of the village will soon be receiving a much-needed facelift. >>

Elmira College Announces New President

Elmira College has announced its next president. >>

Elmira Jackals to Host Domestic Violence Awareness Night

The Elmira Jackals will be hosting a Domestic Violence Awareness night in March. >>

Report Analyzes Regional Trends in Education

Across New York state enrollment in schools is falling as spending increases. >>

Regional Farmers Gather in Corning for Locally Grown Food Fest

Farmers from around the Finger Lakes Region offer samples and products, and consumers get a chance to interact with the people who grow the food they eat. >>

Senator Gillibrand To Promote Bill Protecting Seniors From Scams

Senator Gillibrand will visit Elmira Thursday to introduce the Senior Financial Empowerment Act. >>

Meeting Thursday To Discuss Southern Tier Passenger Rail

The project has been named "Southern Tier on Track". >>

Proceeds From Elmira College Play WIll Benefit Community Organization

Students at Elmira College will be performing a play written by one of their professors. >>

Tioga Downs Opens Expanded Gaming Floor

This brings Tioga Downs to a total of 944 gaming machines. >>

BREAKING: Thomas Clayton Guilty on All Charges

A jury has found Thomas Clayton guilty of murder. >>

Wegmans Donates 17,724 Pounds Of Food To Food Bank

Wegmans continued their tradition of donating thousands of pounds of food to the local food bank. >>

Local Leaders Gather to Discuss "ThinkDIFFERENTLY" Campaign

Local leaders from across the state gathered today to talk about bettering the lives of those living with special needs. >>

Sen. Gillibrand aims to fight elderly scams

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is fighting to make sure seniors aren't scammed.The bill would improve the way senior financial abuse is reported and it would create a national hotline to give seniors more information and help them report fraud. >>

Multiple Families Displaced after Building Collapse in Towanda

Several families in Towanda have been evacuated from their apartments after a portion of their building unexpectedly collapsed. >>

10th Annual Great Market Street Antique Sale This Weekend

The event is expanding to two days - both Saturday and Sunday February 25th and 26th. >>

Ithaca College Announces New President

Ithaca College announced its new president Wednesday morning. >>

No Verdict After 1st Day of Deliberations

Jury deliberations have begun in Thomas Clayton's murder trial. >>

Kraft workers given 90-day notice

Workers at the Kraft Heinz plant in Campbell have been given their 90 day notice. This notice comes more than a year after the company announced they were closing down seven facilities in North America, including the one in Steuben County. >>

Newest Rendition of Cinderella Comes to the Clemens Center

This week, Cinderella is gracing the stage of the Clemens Center for a 3-performance run. And while we all know the tale involving the glass slipper and fairy godmother, this rendition may not be so familiar. >>

Sale of Federal Building Approved

The Elmira City Council unanimously approved the sale of the Federal Building Tuesday night. >>


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