2nd Day of Giveaways: $75 Gift Card from Animal Adventure Park
On the second day of Macaroni KID Binghamton's 12 Days of Giveaways, you have the chance to win a $75 gift card from Animal Adventure Park and The Preserve in Harpursville, NY!. Since its opening in 2012, Animal Adventure Park has grown to house over 100 species of animals including...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Kittens Up for Adoption in liberty, NY
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to liberty..
Eerie Echoes of the Past: Unraveling the Ghostly Legends of the Afton House Inn
The historic Afton House Inn, perched in the quaint town of Afton, Minnesota, is renowned not only for its hospitality and charm but also for the spectral stories that permeate its walls. Since its establishment in 1867, this National Register of Historic Places icon has been a magnet for supernatural narratives. Guests and staff alike recount unsettling phenomena: silverware rearranged by invisible hands, furniture in Room 23 moving of its own volition, and the haunting sound of an unseen baby's cry echoing through the corridors, contributing to the inn's enigmatic ambiance.
Section IV Basketball Scores from Thursday, November 30th
Email scores to email@example.com before 10 p.m. the day the game takes place! Include leading scorers and record, if possible!
Wayne County man charged for living with disabled son in 'ramshackle' camper
LAKE ARIEL, WAYNE CO. (WOLF) — A Wayne County man is accused of living in a "dilapidated" camper with his disabled son. According to the Wayne County District Attorney's Office, 50-year-old Armando Capo of Lake Ariel lived in a dilapidated camper along with his teenage son who is nonverbal autistic.
Windsor Woman Charged With Grand Larceny for 2nd Time in 3 Months
A Windsor woman has been charged with Grand Larceny for the second time in three months. According to New York State Police, Stacie M. Congdon of Windsor was arrested and charged with Grand Larceny in the 3rd degree on November 22. Police say Congdon made several unauthorized debit card purchases...
Honesdale council tosses Earned Income Tax, will hike millage and cut costs instead
Honesdale's first Earned Income Tax (EIT), which would have taken 1% of the wages of everyone working in the borough, wherever they may live, was tossed out by borough council Nov. 27. This was only three weeks after the council passed it by a vote of 4-2, despite a chorus of public dissent in the packed meeting room.
Honesdale sports star and National Guardsman fighting for his life
BEACH LAKE - One of the most heartwarming aspects of living in this community is the willingness of folks to step up and help in times of crisis. Unfortunately, this is one of those times as a Wayne County family is reeling in the wake of a terrible accident that’s left their son and brother fighting for his life.
Wayne County budget up almost $1 million, but taxes stable for 2024
The draft of Wayne County's 2024 budget totals nearly $40 million, almost a million more than 2023, but nevertheless has no increase in taxes. The Wayne County commissioners approved the draft on Nov. 22 for advertising, with intentions to pass the final budget at the Thursday, Dec. 14, meeting at the courthouse, which begins at 10:30 a.m.
Today the gas price is close to $3.89 in Walton as of 2023-11-30. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.268 , according to AAA.
Sidney opens season with win at home
HIGHLIGHTS (Boys Basketball): Sidney beat Sherburne-Earlville 79-49.
Local Plattsburgh Man Arrested Following Domestic Incident on County Route 26
On November 26, 2023, State Police arrested Tanner W. Currier, a 36-year-old from Plattsburgh, NY, following a domestic dispute. He was charged with criminal mischief 4th, harassment 2nd, and aggravated family offense. The incident took place at County Route 26, Franklin town.
Mountain View School District's Strategic Response to Post-Pandemic Educational Challenges
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mountain View School District (MVSD) has been unwavering in its pursuit of educational excellence, confronting the challenges head-on. The district, guided by Superintendent Ayindé Rudolph, is set on reviving student performance for the 2023-24 school year, addressing the amplified needs stemming from the pandemic's disruption. The rise in socioeconomically disadvantaged and homeless students has only strengthened MVSD's resolve to uphold equity, a commitment underpinned by the Mountain View Educational Foundation's fundraising for enriched programs in arts and sciences.
Hogroian scores 36 to lead Bainbridge-Guilford to season opening win
HIGHLIGHTS (Boys Basketball): Bainbridge-Guilford beat Gilbertsville-Mt. Upton 69-40.
Milanville: The Cradle of Western Storytelling and Zane Grey's Legacy
Milanville, a picturesque town steeped in the annals of American literature, is renowned as the birthplace of Zane Grey, the esteemed author whose novels epitomized the Western genre. Born in 1872 in Zanesville, Ohio, Grey, originally named Pearl Zane Gray, later embraced the pen name that would become synonymous with the spirit of the American frontier. His childhood home in Milanville, an emblem of his lasting influence, continues to attract enthusiasts eager to connect with the origins of his storied career.
The Roebling Aqueduct: Bridging Centuries of Innovation in Hancock, New York
In the picturesque surroundings of Hancock, New York, a historical engineering masterpiece spans the Delaware River with quiet dignity. The Roebling Aqueduct, completed in 1849 and the oldest existing wire suspension bridge in New York State, stands as a testament to the ingenuity of its creator, John A. Roebling, the visionary behind the Brooklyn Bridge. Originally serving as an aqueduct for the Delaware & Hudson Canal, it played a pivotal role in the transport of coal, reshaping transit times and trade in the 19th century.
WCDO NEWS WEDNESDAY 11-29-23
The Sidney Chamber of Commerce Holly Jolly Day parade & activities will be held this Friday, Chamber President Teri Schunk explains:. Schunk also said that the Letters to Santa Mailboxes will also be set up again this year, for children who would like to send a letter to Santa, they will be outside the Roasted Coffee on Main Street in Sidney & Bob’s Diner in Bainbridge.
Wind Chills In The Teens Impact The Susquehanna Valley
Bluster winter winds will make it feel the coldest of the season. Winds turn around and so do the temperatures. A strong northwest flow will keep us feeling like it's well below freezing into Wednesday. Looks for clouds and a few flurries to clear over night as we drop to the 20s. As high pressure moves off shore, our winds will diminish and turn to the south alowing us to get to near 50 from Thursday into the weekend.
Taking Off The Chill...
The coldest chill of the season will ease and it'll get milder for the end of the week. We're also tracking some rain. High pressure has moved to our south, allowing for a southwest flow of air. With less wind it'll feel better out there even though we'll drop to the mid 20s tonight. Tomorrow will feature sun and high clouds and we'll get to near or above 50. Clouds will arrive Friday along with some midday and afternoon rain. This looks like more nuisance light rain.
Butchers in High Demand During Early Days of Deer Hunting Season
• It is the beginning of deer hunting season and many hunters have already been successful in filling their tags. • Hunters are now calling butchers to have their deer processed.