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Families Get Fit in Community-Based Nutriton & Workout Program

The Fit Families in the Southern Tier program kicked off Tuesday night in Elmira. >>

Lady Crusaders Edge Edison

The Elmira Notre Dame Softball team edged Edison 5-4 on Tuesday afternoon to stay undefeated on the season. >>

Lady Crusaders Edge Edison

The Elmira Notre Dame Softball team edged Edison 5-4 on Tuesday afternoon to stay undefeated on the season. >>

Lady Crusaders Edge Edison

The Elmira Notre Dame Softball team edged Edison 5-4 on Tuesday afternoon to stay undefeated on the season. >>

Binghamton Drug Arrest

A Binghamton man is behind bars for allegedly having more than $10,000 worth of drugs. >>

Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemorated in Elmira

The Elmira-Corning Jewish community commemorated Holocaust Remembrance Day on April 23, 2017. >>

BREAKING: Clayton gets life without parole

Thomas Clayton will be sentenced for his role in orchestrating his wife's death. >>

Lane closed for deck repairs on I-86 West near Bath

Work will begin Monday April 24 on I-86 west bound in Bath. >>

Volunteer Fair Kicks Off National Volunteer Week

The volunteer fair is Monday April 24th. It kicks off National Volunteer Week. >>

Local Theater Group To Perform "A Funny Little Thing Called Love"

This is Centre Stage Community Theatre's 20th full length play. >>

Man & Dog Recovering After Water Rescue in Lansing

A man and his dog were rescued from Salmon Creek in Lansing Friday night. >>

NY lawmakers debate alcoholic beverages in movie theaters

In New York, legislators are again set to debate whether alcoholic beverages should be served in movie theaters, after previous attempts at formal legislation fell apart during state budget negotiations. >>

Lay's Chips Recalled For Salmonella Risk

The jalapeño seasoning has been recalled for a possible salmonella contamination. >>

Pittsburgh republican expected to announce run for governor

A suburban Pittsburgh health care systems consultant and political newcomer is expected to announce he's running for the Republican nomination for Pennsylvania governor in 2018. >>

Judge refuses competency hearing for police ambush killer

A judge has rejected a request for an emergency competency hearing for a survivalist who ambushed two Pennsylvania State Police troopers and now refuses to communicate with his lawyers. >>

Dansville man arrested for allegedly stealing prescriptions

State Police in Wayland arrested a Dansville man for allegedly stealing prescription medications. >>

High court won't hear appeal over CIA torture report

The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal seeking to force the CIA to release the full 2014 Senate report about the agency's use of harsh interrogation tactics. >>

Attorneys general: Restore guidance to aid student borrowers

Attorneys general from 20 states and the District of Columbia are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say is helping protect student loan borrowers. >>

Attorneys general: Restore guidance to aid student borrowers

Attorneys general from 20 states and the District of Columbia are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say is helping protect student loan borrowers. >>

Justices turn away GM appeal over ignition switches

The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal from General Motors Co. seeking to block dozens of lawsuits over faulty ignition switches that could expose the company to billions of dollars in additional claims. >>

Poll: Key items applauded despite lackluster budget ratings

New York voters say they are uninspired with the state's new budget overall, but are optimistic about headline items promoted by lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo. >>

Local Organizations team up to host Volunteer Fair

The Volunteer Fair was held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Schuyler County Human Services complex. It gave residents a chance to meet with leaders of local organizations. >>

MIDDAY MAKEOVER: April 24, 2017 - Children’s Book Club

WENY's Renata Stiehl talks with Janet Ackerman of Steele Memorial Library about Children's book picks! >>

Summer Concert Series adds to their 2017 Lineup

The 2017 Summer Concert Series is coming up with a few big names set to preform. For about twenty-two years, Tags has been bringing well-known artists to the Twin Tiers. >>

Bill to control sex offender benefits passes state House

A bill that would make convicted sex offenders who aren't complying with Megan's Law ineligible for public assistance has easily passed the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. >>


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