Cayuta, NY

Sayre woman sentenced for Aggravated Assault

SAYRE, Pa. (WETM) — A woman from Sayre has been sentenced to incarceration for 14 to 60 months after her December 14, 2021 arrest in which a child was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital and placed on a ventilator with a brain injury, according to the Bradford County DA’s office. Tabitha Stevens, 26, of Sayre […]
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Horseheads man arrested on counterfeit money, drug charges

CAYUTA, N.Y. (WETM) — A man from Horseheads was arrested following a traffic stop in the Town of Cayuta in Schuyler County, police say. According to the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office, on June 24, 2022, Briandavis M. Strong, 40, was arrested and charged with the following: Two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance […]
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Tanker fire diverts westbound traffic on I-86

WILAWANA, Pa. (WETM) — Traffic on Interstate-86 was diverted after a tanker truck caught fire Friday afternoon. Reports started coming into the newsroom around 6 p.m. of a tanker truck that caught fire at the Wilawana exit of I-86 Westbound. Viewer photos show the rear of the truck to be on fire while fire crews […]

Newfield man arrested for possession of meth manufacturing items

MONTOUR FALLS, N.Y. (WETM) — A Newfield man was arrested earlier this week on several felony drug charges after a vehicle stop, according to the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office. John Chaffee, 35, was arrested on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, after police conducted a vehicle stop on State Route 14 in the Village of Montour Falls. […]

Candor Fourth festivities continue

Fourth of July festivities in Candor began last night with Wheelock Rides opening at 6 p.m. at the Candor Ballfield. Festivities continue this evening with Fireworks at dusk from the ballfield, as well as the continuation of the Wheelock Rides and the Fairway. On Saturday the Fourth of July celebration...

Maddie’s Meadows Pet of the Week

Hi, my name is JoJo and my personality is precious. I am sweet, docile, friendly, calm, all the qualities you would be looking for in a companion feline, right? Just last year I was a kitten myself, wandering around the middle school. Gail came and captured another kitty there, but she was told to leave me because the owner did not want to let me go. She promised to keep me inside.

Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours

Since 2003, Discover Cayuga Lake (formerly known as the Cayuga Lake Floating Classroom) has provided hands-on learning opportunities in the interest of sustaining our Finger Lakes waterways for future generations. We offer Eco-Cruises on Cayuga Lake (May-October), Floating Classroom experiences doing science on the lake for grades 5 and up, Trout in the Classroom programs, and a variety of stream-based field trips. Our boat, the MV Teal is based out of the Allan H. Treman State Park Marina in Ithaca, NY. We serve communities throughout the Cayuga Lake watershed, and we conduct additional educational activities throughout the broader region. Our non-profit work is guided by the following values:

An eco-friendly way to explore Ithaca’s summer scenery

ITHACA, N.Y.—GO ITHACA is a program under the Downtown Ithaca Alliance that provides sustainable transportation benefits and incentives. This summer, the program is hosting a free outdoor tours series, which encourages less driving through the use of eco-friendly modes of transportation—such as walking and biking—to explore the natural wonders of Ithaca.

Best restaurants in Ithaca: 9 spots you can’t miss in this food-lover’s paradise

The City of Ithaca is a foodie paradise with its embrace of diversity and proximity to local sources of food creating a dynamic array of options. There are more than 50 restaurants – nearly all of them local – grouped in or around The Commons alone, and plenty of others in the surrounding areas of the city. The area is known for its farm-to-table offerings, benefitting from the area’s surrounding farms and a community that appreciates unique and hand-crafted good.

Fourth of July Celebration taking place in Candor

Since 1873, Candor has celebrated Independence Day. This year the festivities begin on Thursday, June 30 with Wheelock Rides opening at 6 p.m. at the Candor Ballfield. All ages are welcomed. And don’t miss the Fireworks on Friday at dusk from the ballfied. On Saturday, July 2, the Fourth...

Gas-Friendly Getaways: A trip to Corning

Summer travel season is back, but with gasoline prices reaching upwards of $5 for most regions around the Empire State, it's getting tougher to stick to budgets. While fuel may have gotten more expensive, there are plenty of nearby attractions to enjoy on just a tankful from the city of Syracuse.

Wegmans recalls Vidalia onions

ITHACA, N.Y. (WHCU) – A potential food-borne illness in a popular grocer’s produce. Vidalia onions sold by the pound at Wegmans from June 23rd to June 24th in locations including Ithaca, Auburn, Corning, and Elmira, are being recalled due to the possibility of a listeria contamination. Officials say the product may have a 4-digit PLU code of 4159 or 4166. All products may be returned for a full refund.

American Airlines To Stop Flying To These Four U.S. Cities In September

Even more flights are being cut — this time from American Airlines. And there may be more cuts to follow in the coming months. American Airlines is ending service in and out of four U.S. cities due to the ongoing pilot shortage. The cities affected are: Dubuque, Iowa; Islip, New York; Ithaca, New York; and Toledo, Ohio. In a statement, American Airlines said, “We want to fly but can’t due to the lack of regional pilots.” American hopes the move will allow it to be more reliable on its remaining flights.