Bradford County Man Dead After Crashing Into Creek

Police found 20 year-old Michael Byrd dead in his Chevrolet Blazer in Wysox Township on Monday. >>

CMOG Earns Silver LEED Certificate for Sustainability

The Corning Museum of Glass received a high recognition on Thursday for efforts in creating an environmentally sustainable building. >>

9 in Tri-County Drug Ring Arraigned

Nine people involved in a tri-county drug ring uncovered in May have been arraigned. >>

Local golfers aim to play 200 holes for fundraiser

Two hundred holes from sun up to sun down. That's the goal for golfers Bob Decker and Jeff Dill for this years Glenn Schneider Memorial Golf Marathon in Corning. >>

Forksville Man Accused of Murdering, Sexual Assaulting 18 Month Old

A Forksville man is accused of murdering and sexually assaulting an 18 month old girl. >>

Elmira Man Facing Charges For 2015 Car Accident

An Elmira man is facing multiple charges for his role in a car accident that killed 15 year old Hannah Jerzak last August. >>

Police: Body Found Identified as Missing Tioga Co. Man

Authorities identified the body found on Wednesday as the missing Berkshire man. >>

Chemung Co. Meals on Wheels Launches New Facility Construction

Chemung County Meals on Wheels launched the first phase of a major construction project. >>

Sayre Woman Dies, Family Injured in Wrong-Way Crash on I81

Police say a Pennsylvania woman driving the wrong way on an interstate highway has died in a head-on crash that left a family of five from New Jersey with minor injuries. >>

Eldridge Park’s American Girl Statue Moves Into Her New Home

Wednesday morning, the American Girl horse statue was moved into its permanent display case in Eldridge Park. >>

Corning Swears in New Police Chief

First Lieutenant Jeff Spaulding is now Chief Spaulding after being sworn in earlier this morning. >>

Body found: Believed to be missing Tioga County man

The Tioga County Sheriff's say they believe the body to be that of Harold Benjamin Jr., 58. of Berkshire, although the body hasn't positively been identified. >>

Burdett Man Arrested For Allegedly Making Meth

Craig J. Church, 27, of Burdett, was arrested for unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine by the Schuyler County Sheriff's Office. >>

CPP May Cut 4 Teaching Positions

Four teaching positions may be cut at the next Corning Painted Post Board of Education meeting. >>

Cuomo Announces $1.3M For Improving State Parks

The Finger Lakes and the Southern Tier are receiving money to improve state park trails and expand outdoor recreation areas. >>

Li Fraumeni Syndrome: Family in Athens Speaks Out about Rare Cancer Condition

A local family in Athens with a rare genetic disorder called Li Fraumeni Syndrome speaks out about condition. >>

Community Members Voice Concerns At Neighborhood Meeting

Community members gathered this evening for an Elmira Councilmember's neighborhood meeting. >>

Five Suspects Arrested In Connection To Hornell Burglary

Five people were arrested for allegedly stealing money, gold, silver and more from a home in Hornell. >>

Area Libraries Receive Construction Grants

The New York State Education Department awarded $14 million in grants to 173 public libraries for construction projects Wednesday. >>

First Responders Rescue Four People from Ithaca Falls

The Ithaca Police Department and Ithaca Fire Department responded to a call of a female hanging onto a tree branch at the Falls. >>

Chemung DSS Warns of Medicaid Phone Scams

They say residents have received several unsolicited phone calls stating that their Medicaid needed to be recertified. >>

Learn the "Do's & Don'ts" About Bears

The Golden Glow Volunteer Fire Company is hosting an informational meeting Thursday June 30th at 6:30 PM. >>

Cuomo Announces 'Zombie Property' Hotline

New York state has created a new consumer hotline to help identify vacant properties. >>

Elmira woman arrested for selling narcotics

For the third time in the past three weeks, the Elmira Police have busted someone for having drugs and trying to sell them in the city. >>

PAVE NY Grant Money Coming to Southern Tier

Towns across the Southern Tier will receive more than $4 million in grant money for road rehabilitation. >>


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