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The fund -- which has been a holiday tradition for decades -- is designed to help people and families with needs throughout the year.
Every night, Reagan Knapp talks to her mommy. That's nothing new. For all of her five years, she and Mommy have been inseparable.
Neuroscientist Sarah Laszlo is seeking to unravel one of the brain's many mysteries: What goes on in the brains of children when they're reading.
This story ran in the Press & Sun-Bulletin on Nov. 21, 2012. Family, hockey highlight D'Amigo's homecoming After spending the last I'm planning one more hunting trip for deer on Saturday, and no matter how I fare, I already consider this season a smashing success.
These deeds for $10,000 and more were filed in the Broome County Clerk's office from Nov. 18 through Nov. 22. Gusheng Zhou and Xue-Qing Zhou sold 1175 Vestal Ave. for $87,500 to Gusheng Zhou , Xue-Qing Zhou and Chenwen Ho.
As the red and blue lights atop his patrol vehicle flash behind him, Officer Kevin Brown peers into the glassy and bloodshot eyes of the driver he just pulled onto the roadside.
Need some ideas for weekend fun? We have you covered: * Love a parade? Endicott's Christmas parade and tree-lighting will start at 4 p.m. Saturday on Washington Avenue.
Johnson City, NY When Johnson City parent Jeannette Farr saw what her eight-year-old daughter was reading, she was shocked.
A medieval-style mock wedding -- complete with traditional garb, a smoked pig and a drum circle -- marked the end of a semester's worth of planning for 20 SUNY Broome Community College students.
Asbestos was found in two more Binghamton City School District buildings this week.
Mayor-elect Rich David plans to challenge what he says is a potentially illegal City Hall staffing appointment made by outgoing Mayor Matthew T. Ryan.
State police out of Homer charged a 26-year-old Binghamton man Dec. 3 with felony fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
A Binghamton man wanted for an alleged parole violation has been arrested by Johnson City village police.
With chants of "hey, hey, ho, ho, poverty wages have to go," about two dozen protesters rallied Thursday, demanding higher pay for fast food workers outside of a McDonald's restaurant on Main Street in Binghamton.
Officials are trying to get more homeowners to register for New York's STAR property tax break before the end-of-year deadline.