I join Morning Show Host James Kelly beginning at 6am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. I'm a graduate of Elmira College and I worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. My husband, Randy and I are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep us quite busy.
Roberson Museum in Binghamton Welcomes Visitors Home for the Holidays
Roberson Museum’s Home for the Holidays opened November 17 and will continue through January 6 in Binghamton.
Conklin Teen Expected to Plead Guilty to Buffalo Massacre
Reports from the Associated Press say the Conklin teen accused of the racially-motivated shooting of Black shoppers in Buffalo is going to enter guilty pleas.
Town of Union Has $1.5 Million for Business Development Grants
The Town of Union Economic Development office has over a million dollars to help spur business development in the western part of Broome County.
Widespread Winter Weather Possible in Twin Tiers Overnight Nov. 15
There may be more serious winter weather headed to the Twin Tiers overnight Tuesday.
Clear Skies & Cold Temperatures Greet Southern Tier Voters
Voters have clear weather to head to the polls to vote in the midterm elections November 8.
Daylight Saving Time Ends on Sunday/ Time to Fall Back One Hour
Is the last time they are going to have to mumble: “Fall Back” in order to remember what direction to change the clocks?
Thousands Without Power in Broome & Chenango Counties
New York State Electric and Gas is reporting over 2,500 customers in Broome County without power as of 8 a.m. October 24.
Millions Available to Help Southern Tier Residents Heat Their Homes
More money is available through a federal program to help lower-income families stay warm this winter.
New York Department of Transportation Jobs Open in So. Tier
New York State Transportation officials, thinking about what lies ahead, look to hire dozens of workers in the Southern Tier.
City of Binghamton Allocates Funds for Binghamton Boys & Girls Clubs Upgrades
The Binghamton Boys and Girls Clubs are getting $100,000 for improvements to the gym and to buy a van to transport children to the facility on Clinton Street.