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The Art of Likeability

Arel Moodie, the found of The Art Of Likeability" talks about how to be successful in the workplace by becoming more likeable. >>

Local Foundation Helping Sex Trafficking Victims

The Potter's Hands Foundation will provide twelve victims of human sex trafficking a safe place to heal and get help. >>

20 Minors Ticketed After Underaged Drinking Party

Several area high school students where ticketed after being caught at under-aged drinking parties. >>

Big Flats Man Guilty On Child Pornography Charges

Michael Yedinak found guilty for sharing child pornography over the internet. >>

Possible Tipped Wage Increase, Small Businesses Unhappy

The New York State Wage Board recommended an increase in tipped wages, but small businesses aren't happy about it. >>

Human Trafficking Conference in Painted Post

New York authorities to discuss human trafficking at a Church in Painted Post. >>

Former Tioga Realtor Sentenced in Manslaughter Case

63-year-old Douglas Every of Tioga was sentenced Friday morning after he was found guilty of first degree manslaughter in November, 2014. >>

CPP Superintendent Against Cuomo Education Reform

Corning-Painted Post School Superintendent Mike Ginalski is not pleased by Governor Cuomo's comments. >>

Fighting Homelessness in Chemung County

Catholic Charities is conducting surveys to find out how many people are homeless in the area, in hopes of getting funds to help them. >>

Horseheads/Elmira Heights School District Consolidation Study Underway

The Horseheads & Elmira Heights School Districts are running a feasibility study to see if consolidating would work or not. >>

’Let Elmira Live’ Center Gets Closer To Opening

The Let Elmira Live foundation held a dinner and fundraiser to thank supporters as they get closer to opening the community center. >>

Groton High School Students Sentenced in Hazing Case

Groton High School students were sentenced for a hazing incident in September. >>

Unemployment Rate Drops in Elmira Area

The Elmira area unemployment rate dropped from 7% in December 2013 to 5.7% in December 2014. >>

Registration for 6th Annual GlassFest 8K is Now Open

Registration for 6th Annual GlassFest 8K is Now Open >>

NYS Lifts Bans on LNG Storage Sites

New York State has lifted the ban on Liquefied Natural Gas storage facilities after a ban of 40 years. >>

Landlord Says Danby Standoff House Is A Complete Loss

The landlord who owns the house involved in a 3-day standoff in Danby says it's a complete loss & insurance won't cover it. >>

Local Shelter Hosts ’Adoption Awareness Day’

A local animal shelter is raising money for special needs pets and hosting an adoption special. >>

Historic Elmira Home Gets Money For Restoration

$300,000 to restore and stabilize what’s known as the Ritz-Carriage house on Water Street. >>

Hornell Hospital Reorganizes - Hundreds of Employees Laid Off

St. James Mercy Hospital is transitioning to a new system, causing 581 workers to be laid off. 400 of which are expected to be re-hired by the new providers. >>

Corning Inc 4th Quarter Report

"2014 was one of the strongest years in Corning's history," Wendell Weeks, President and CEO of Corning Inc. >>

Facebook Tips Lead to Attempted Burglary Arrest

Waverly police say Facebook tips helped solve a recent attempted burglary case. >>

T-CAT Bus Driver on Administrative Leave After Fatal Accident

The T-CAT bus driver involved in the fatal accident yesterday has been put on administrative leave. >>

More Bike and Pedestrian Trials in Chemung County

By 2035, Elmira Chemung Transportation Council hopes to see more bicycle and pedestrian trails. >>

Cornell Student Hit and Killed by Car

Cornell student dies after being struck by a car. >>

Market Street Renovation Grant Program

New York Main Street Grant Program Administered by Corning's Gaffer District. >>

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