Police Believe Fire in Vacant Endicott Building Was Intentional

Authorities say a fire in a vacant building in the upstate town of Endicott may have been intentionally set to target firefighters. >>

English Memorial Golf Tournament

It has been more than 2 years since a fatal car accident took the lives of Karen and Ryan English of Elmira. >>

Update: Family Realigns Creek Bed Using Personal Funds To Access House

A family in Spencer spent thousands of dollars to realign the creek which runs under a bridge they use to get to their home. They are still seeking answers as to what agency is responsible for maintaining creeks and streams after flooding. >>

Deena’s Story: Fighting For Her Life

One Upstate New York woman is fighting for her life after continuing to be denied treatment for her eating disorder. >>

Man Connected To June Ithaca Shooting Arrested In Brooklyn

A man connected to a shooting at Ithaca's West Village Apartment Complex in June was arrested in Brooklyn Thursday. >>

DeMets Candy Company To Expand In Big Flats

A high demand for Chocolate Turtles is leading to an expansion of a local factory. Which means more jobs could be coming to the Southern Tier. >>

2015 Southern Tier September Fest

"Celebrating Children, Cherishing Families, and Creating Community," that is the theme at this year's Southern Tier September Fest. >>

Horseheads Brewery enforces ’must be 21 yrs’ policy

Horseheads Brewing is enforcing a strict 'must be 21 to enter' policy at the brewery. >>

Wanted Man Arrested in Attempted Burglary

A man wanted by authorities was arrested on Thursday after an attempted burglary in the City of Elmira. >>

Penn Yan Woman Dies From Hayride Accident

52-year-old Anna Marie Martin of Penn Yan died Wednesday at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, where she had been airlifted after Sunday's accident. >>

Elmira College Welcomes Incoming Soaring Eagles

Hundreds of soaring eagles flocked to Elmira Thursday morning, as Elmira College welcomed new and returning students to campus. >>

Horseheads PBA Announces Support For New Directions Team

The Horseheads Police Benevolent Association is standing behind Louise McIntosh, Brad Lytle, and Pat Gross. >>

Food Bank kicks off Hunger Action Month

September is Hunger Action Month and the Food Bank of the Southern Tier is celebrating giving back to the community. >>

"Let Elmira Live" Gears Up To Open New Facility

The organization "Let Elmira Live" is set to open their food pantry and clothing outlet by the end of the month, with much more to come. >>

Candlelight Vigil For Elkland Police Officer

The Northern Tier town of Elkland mourned the loss of one of their own Thursday night. The community gather at Jerome Park to remember Sergeant Jack Snyder. >>

Horseheads & Elmira Heights Schedule Merger Meetings

The two school districts will each hold 3 public meetings to discuss the possible school merger. >>

Police Fire and Hazmat Emergency Training In Corning

First responders from Steuben county held large-scale training exercises today. >>

NYSP Identify, Arrest Suspect in Farm Stand Robbery

37 year-old Jeanne Sumey has been arrested for allegedly stealing bags of food from Stoney Acre's Farm and Flea Market in Bath, N.Y. >>

A Dolphin Tale Told in Elmira

Winter the dolphin is swimming once again. She is the first dolphin to swim with a prosthetic tail, after hers was amputated in 2005. The prosthetist, who developed the tail, told his tale to local amputees in Elmira Wednesday. >>

Gillett Man Indicted for Attempted Murder

A Gillett Pennsylvania man who allegedly stabbed another man several times in Elmira in July has been indicted by a Chemung County grand jury. >>

Corning Community College could expand downtown

Corning Community College is among 33 projects competing for a potential $30 million dollars in funding from the State. >>

Ithaca Police Search For ’Person of Interest’ In Alleged Shots Fired Incident

Ithaca Police are looking for a person of interest as they investigate possible shots fired in an apartment complex in the city. Police are looking for Christian Little-Paz. >>

N. Tier Woman Sentenced For Stealing and Selling Gun That Wounded Cop

A Northern Tier woman responsible for stealing and selling a gun that seriously injured an ithaca cop in 2012 was sentenced Wednesday today. >>

Hunger Action Month In The Southern Tier

Today marks the first day of September which means the Food Bank of the Southern Tier is kicking-off Hunger Action Month. >>

Back To School Health Tips

From vaccines, to eye tests, to physicals and more; getting a child ready to go back to school is a lot more than just trips to the mall. >>


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