Three Arrested For Elmira Cab Robbery

Three people were arrested after allegedly attacking and robbing a Totem Taxi driver early Monday morning in Elmira. >>

Corning Man Pleads Guilty To Animal Abuse Charges

28 year-old, Erik Miller was convicted for repeatedly kicking a King Charles Cavalier Pug in Elmira Heights. >>

Town of Dix Wind Turbine Regulations

A public hearing was held in the Town of Dix Monday evening where town officials and community members discussed putting a local law in place for wind turbine regulations. >>

Gandhi’s Grandson Shares His Story At CCC

Dr. Arun Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, spoke at Corning Community College's Discovery Day. >>

Cohocton Man Charged With Rape

James Mulcahy, 39, of Cohocton, was arrested after an investigation into several incidents that occurred in the Town of Hornellsville in October and November of 2014. >>

Low-Cost Pet Vaccinations in Chemung County

A local animal organization is hosting vaccination clinics in Chemung County during the month of May. >>

Baker to Run for 2nd Term as Steuben D.A.

Brooks Baker announced today he will be running for a second term as Steuben County District Attorney. >>

Local Organization Starts Relief Fund To Rebuild Nepali Villages

Educate the Children, an organization based out of Ithaca, has been rebuilding villages in Nepal for more than 20 years. >>

Compassionate Care Act

Medical Marijuana in New York State is one step closer to becoming reality. On Monday, applications are being accepting to manufacture and distribute marijuana under the Compassionate Care Act. >>

Locals Call on Steuben County to Investigate FLSPCA

Representatives from Tanner's Paws asked the Steuben County Legislature to investigate the Finger Lakes SPCA Animal Cruelty Investigator. >>

March of Dimes March for Babies

Step by step, people marched through the streets of Corning this weekend for the March of Dimes March for Babies. Residents from all over the Southern Tier gathered to take a 3 mile stroll for stronger and healthier babies. >>

Healthy Kids Day: Corning Community YMCA

This Saturday, the Corning Community YMCA is having fun activities for the kids. >>

Wineglass Marathon Helps Boston Marathon Runner

For many runners, the Wineglass Marathon is a goal. To not just finish the race, but to qualify to run again in Boston. However, for Laura Ball, running the Wineglass Marathon after the Boston Marathon in 2013 had a whole new meaning. >>

A Cup of Kindness

Morning coffee goers got a surprise at the register when they learned their bill was already taken care of. >>

No Blind Eye Part 2: ECSD Speaks About Anti-Bullying Programs

Elmira City School District Speaks About Anti-Bullying Programs >>

Cornell University Celebrates 150 Years

Cornell University is gearing up to celebrate a big anniversary with a Festival of Ideas and Imagination. >>

Elmira City School District Approves Proposed Budget

The Elmira City School District approved a proposed budget for the 2015-16 school year. The public will vote on May 19th. >>

Federal Budget Cuts Could Impact Southern Tier

Community leaders gathered Thursday to discuss the impact of proposed Congressional budget cuts on residents of the Southern Tier. >>

Elmira Man Guilty of Attempted Murder

The Elmira man accused of shooting another man last summer is guilty of attempted murder. >>

Schuyler County DA ’Disappointed’ by Crestwood Protesters

Nineteen people were arrested outside the gates of Crestwood causing deal made with District Attorney to be jeopardized. >>

Soaring with Quilts

The National Soaring Museum of Elmira is hosting a special event this upcoming weekend, showcasing not gliders, but quilts. >>

New Restaurant Zacks Grill

Wheeler's Family Restaurant in Pine City is now Zack's Grill, but do not worry, the new owners still plan to keep it family friendly. >>

No Blind Eye: Mother Speaks About Son Being Bullied

Mary Horton, a mother of a former student in the Elmira City School District Speaks about her son's experiences. >>

How to Get Involved Locally With Earth Day

There are plenty of ways for you to join in on the Earth Day festivities in the Southern Tier! >>

Tompkins County Adopts Law Governing Oil And Gas Waste

Tompkins County now prohibits the sale, application, and disposal of waste from oil & natural gas exploration, extraction, & storage activities. >>


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