This Week In Wine Country- October 1st

This week in wine country segment for October 1st >>

Wineglass Marathon Road Closures

About 7,000 runners will hit the pavement Sunday for the Wineglass full and half marathons. >>

Walk to End Alzheimer's in Elmira Saturday

The Alzheimer's Association is hosting a Walk to End Alzheimer's on Saturday October 1st. >>

Chemung Co. Sheriffs Investigate Car Break-Ins

The Chemung County Sheriff's Office is continuing to investigate several vehicle break-ins around Chemung County. >>

NYSP Investigate Kinsella Park Vandalism

State Police in Painted Post are investigating vandalism in Kinsella Park. >>

8 Arrested in Corning Drug Bust

Corning Police arrested 8 people after an investigation into alleged dug activity on Sunset Drive. >>

Sen. Gillibrand Introduces Bill To Celebrate 19th Amendment

One U.S. Senator wants to celebrate the upcoming centennial of the passing of the 19th amendment >>

Finn Academy Receives First Year Report

Finn Academy has received good grades from New York State after its first year. >>

Remains of MIA Korean War Vet from Hornell Identified

18 year old Army Corporal went MIA in Korea in 1950 >>

UPDATE: Missing Ithaca College Student Located

The Tompkins County Sheriff's Office has confirmed Kristin Jannotti has been located. >>

Aruba Running Team Competing in the Twin Tiers

A qualifier for the Boston Marathon, this years Wineglass will draw in runners from 48 different states--including 15 runners from Aruba. >>

Bradley Farms Phantom PhrightNights With Ryan Belz

WENY's Ryan Belz checked out Phantom PhrightNights at Bradley Farms. Did he survive? There's only one way to find out... >>

C-PP Welcomes Guests From Sister City in Italy!

Friday evening the Corning-Painted Post School District welcomed some international visitors to the Twin Tiers! >>

Students create mural to brighten up Corning’s northside

Student's at the High School Learning Center in Corning create a mural with artist Virgil Ortiz through the Rockwell Alley Art Project. >>

Poverty Expert Presents Plan to Eliminate Poverty In Elmira

Dr. Martin Burt travels the world, presenting his "Poverty Stoplight" plan to help communities eliminate poverty, and he's bringing his plan to Elmira. >>

Vecino Group Presents Plan For Jones Court

The Vecino group's 20 million dollar plan for the Jones Court facility is to turn it into a 91 unit low-income housing community. >>

Lake Steet Bridge Could Open In Coming Years

The Lake Street Bridge in downtown Elmira has been closed to traffic and pedestrians for several years. >>

Guthrie Hospital Named Primary Stroke Center

Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital announced Thursday morning that it has been named a Primary Stroke Center by both the Joint Commission and American Heart Association. >>

Leaders look to fight opioid addiction in the Southern Tier

Thursday afternoon local health care professionals, law enforcement and elected leaders gathered tackle the question "how do we take on the opioid epidemic"? >>

Victim, Suspects in Wednesday Night Stabbing Knew Each Other

Ithaca Police say the victim and suspects involved in a stabbing incident on Stewart Avenue in Ithaca Wednesday night knew each other. >>

3 Arrested After Four Month Meth Making Investigation

New York State Police arrested 3 men after a four month investigation into the making of methamphetamine. >>

LECOM Students Get Experience in Elmira College Med Simulation Lab

EC Simulation Lab provides state of the art technology to create realistic medical situations >>

Elmira Community Looks to Stop Hunger Through Pottery

Members of the Elmira community came out to put their pottery skills to the test Thursday night in hopes of raising money for charity >>

Tioga Co. Holds Candlelight Vigil for Suicide Prevention Awareness

Thursday night dozens gathered in Owego to remember loved ones lost as part of Suicide Prevention Awareness month. >>

US Attorney to Announce Developments in the Dismantling of Elmira Drug Ring

Authorities reportedly raided several houses in the city Wednesday morning, including one on West Thurston Street, right across from Fassett Elementary School. >>


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