More than 20,000 Easter eggs were hunted by children in Johnson City this morning. The event was held at the Two Rivers Church between two services. Children were able to
More than 20,000 Easter eggs were hunted by children in Johnson City this morning. The event was held at the Two Rivers Church between two services. Children were able to run around the hillside and collect as many eggs as their baskets could fit.
Employees of the state Department of Transportation will be picking up trash along roads across New York to mark Earth Day.
A series of eight bombings in Sri Lanka targeting Christian churches and hotels in three cities killed at least 207 people and wounded up to 450 others on Easter Sunday. Defense Minister Ruwan Wijewardene described the coordinated blasts as a terrorist attack by religious extremists. Here is what we know:
Authorities say a man is facing murder charges in connection to the death of a woman found nearly decapitated in an apartment.
Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul was in the Southern Tier on Wednesday, highlighting accomplishments of 2019 and looking at the 2020 budget.
After New York State awarded the Village of Owego $10M in Downtown Revitalization Initiative funding, a committee was tasked with determining which projects would help position the village for the future, while protecting its historic charm.
“More rain is in the forecast.” That’s a line those who have lived around the area the longest have gotten used to hearing. These same residents have seen several different floods from some of the heaviest downpours.
The Kamper family from Apalachin says they are relieved after finding their missing 13-year-old son Easton Kamper during an 11 hour search.
A Binghamton woman is on a mission to tidy her neighborhood by organizing a community cleanup.
Restoration has almost finished on a historic Owego landmark, and community residents can’t wait to see it back in place.
The National Weather Service on Wednesday confirmed it was a tornado that hit Port Crane around 1:30 a.m. Monday.
Two people arrested by the Cortland Police Department in September for the alleged sexual abuse of a young boy were charged at the federal level on Wednesday.