McGraw teacher strikes chord with state officials

December 17, 2016

For almost 30 years, Michael Brownell has served as McGraw High School’s music teacher, working to enhance hundreds of students’ musical experience, and beginning this year he took on a role allowing him to represent […]

Window tinting under inspection

December 9, 2016

On Tuesday, the state Department of Motor Vehicles informed Main Street Auto Repair that because of new legislation, signed Nov. 28, mechanic shops like theirs are required as of Jan. 1 to include window tinting […]

New village offices pushed in Homer

December 7, 2016

HOMER — The Village Board voted down a motion by Trustee Edward Finkbeiner, during its monthly meeting Tuesday night, to move back into Town Hall and no longer explore renovating a former railroad freighthouse; the […]

Robotics upgrades aid Truxton farm

November 30, 2016

TRUXTON — The Twin Oaks Dairy farm, on Route 13, is building a milking barn that uses technology you could read about in a science fiction novel. Feed is robotically distributed to the barn’s 145 […]

Hopshire Farm’s brewery, band space grows

November 29, 2016

FREEVILLE — Every Friday night, the Hopshire Farm and Brewery, off Route 13, is loaded with customers ordering glasses and samples of the eight beers on tap, and enjoying the band of the night. At […]

Locals ponder how Trump might govern

November 12, 2016

Throughout Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, he presented various ideas and policies that were variously praised, condemned or greeted with bewilderment. At times, the Republican candidate presented no clear policy, such as giving no indication of […]

Season’s first snow sends vehicles sliding

October 27, 2016

Highway crews were salting streets this morning and dozens of accidents occurred as the season’s first snowfall slickened roads. About one-10th of an inch of snow fell Wednesday morning, and National Weather Service of Binghamton […]

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