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Fire at CabinetWorks facility in Sayre
Local fire departments have responded to a reported fire at the CabinetWorks Group facility in Sayre.
Train car, soon to be museum, arrives in Troy
KEENE, NH – Crowds gathered at the Cheshire Railroad Depot in Troy Thursday as a vintage train car arrived that will soon be turned into a museum. After more than a year of planning, the 90-passenger train car was transported from North Walpole to Troy Thursday where it will live at the fully restored train depot.
The Evolution of America's State Theatres: A Journey Through History and Misconceptions
The historical narrative of America's State Theatres is riddled with misconceptions, as seen with the State Theatre in Burlington Township, which was erroneously touted as Pennsylvania's oldest operating theatre. The theatre's actual inauguration in 1922, detailed in web page 1, does not support this claim. Various State Theatres, such as those in Burlington, NC (web page 4), and Easton, PA (web page 3), present their unique historical narratives, none of which verify Burlington Township's theatre as the oldest in continuous operation in Pennsylvania. Instead, these theatres reflect the rich continuum of American entertainment history, evolving from vaudeville to modern performances, and are still vital to their communities.
Last chance for leaf pickups in Elmira
ELMIRA, N.Y. (WETM) – The first round of leaf pickups has ended in the city of Elmira, but those who still have fallen leaves in their yard will have another chance to get rid of them in the middle of December. Crews will be taking a week off from picking up leaf piles but will […]
Dogs in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in waverly, NY?
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of waverly..
Pioneers to Preservation: The Enduring Historical Legacy of Milan, Pennsylvania
Milan, Pennsylvania may be an unincorporated community today, but its roots delve deep into American history, tracing back to the 18th century. Settled by pioneers from Connecticut, these early residents brought with them a slice of New England culture and aspirations reflective of their heritage. Naming their new home after the Italian city of Milan, they imbued the town with a sense of old-world grandeur and a spirit of ambition.
Two vehicle crash blocks off intersection in Elmira
ELMIRA, N.Y. (WETM) – A two-vehicle accident blocked off an intersection in Elmira on Thursday afternoon. The crash involving a white vehicle and a dark SUV took place at the Second Street and College Avenue intersection in Elmira on Thursday, Nov. 30, shortly after 3 p.m. According to an 18 News reporter, one adult and […]
Guthrie presents Donald Guthrie Awards
Guthrie Medical Group recently held its Recognition Award Banquet at the Best Western Grand Victorian in Sayre where caregivers were recognized for their years of service, ranging from five to 45 years. Thirty-seven caregivers who retired or will be retiring in 2023 were also recognized. During the evening, the Donald...
Burlington Carousel Festival: A Whirl of History, Art, and Community Fun
Step right up to the enchanting Burlington Carousel Festival, a splendid celebration of history, artistry, and community held annually in Burlington, NC. The heart of the festival is the historic 1910 Dentzel Carousel, meticulously restored and now housed in the new ADA-accessible Carousel House at Burlington City Park. Set for May 6-7, this year's festival promises a whirl of excitement with live music, artisan markets, and delectable food options, all wrapped around the festival's shining jewel—the carousel.
Guthrie Clinic expands primary care, moving into shuttered hospital
Sayre, Pa.-based the Guthrie Clinic is moving to the previous Tyler Memorial Hospital location to ensure accessible outpatient health care services. Beginning in early 2024, the multiphase move will provide the nonprofit health system capabilities for essential outpatient medical services like primary care, preventive care, walk-in care and technology-enabled specialty consults, according to a Nov. 27 news release.
Tioga Downs Awards $1.5M To Southern Tier New York Nonprofits
Giving Tuesday was November 28th. It was created in 2012 as a simple idea encouraging people to do good. And many do across the country and in our community as well. As part of Giving Tuesday, $1.5 million dollars in grants were awarded to 100 local area non-profit organizations in The Southern Tier of New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania through the Tioga Downs Regional Community Foundation.
This Elmira, New York House Looks Like It Stepped out of ‘A Christmas Story’
Are you looking for a house in Upstate New York that looks like it came out of a storybook or maybe even the movie A Christmas Story? Well, look no further than this bungalow that'll take you straight back to the 1930s!. You'll find this home in a quiet neighborhood...
Alba Christian Church: A Testament to Faith and Unity in Texas
In the heart of Alba, Texas, the Alba Christian Church stands as a cultural and historical symbol of the town's enduring faith and unity. Established in the late 19th century, this church has been a beacon of community spirit, offering a place of worship and cultural convergence that reflects the rich heritage of the area. With its preserved architecture and active role in community life, the church exemplifies the essence of community cohesion and spiritual guidance that has been central to Alba's identity throughout the years.
A wet start to the month is in store with widespread showers today
Elmira, N.Y. (WETM) — We return to active weather as we head into December. How long does it last? Details below:. A cold front slowly approaches the region and stalls over the lakes for the next few days. This front is supported by an approaching shortwave, which brings widespread showers to our late morning and afternoon. Temperatures reach the mid-40s again this afternoon.
Elmira R.I.S.E is open for business
ELMIRA, N.Y. (WENY) -- Elmira’s Downtown welcomed Elmira R.I.S.E. to the community of local businesses with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Thursday evening. This dry bar is located at 190 Main Street, and it operates in the same as the coffee shop Downtown Grind. People can come out and enjoy a...
Waverly football prepares to face Fonda-Fultonville for State Title
WAVERLY, N.Y. (WENY) - The Waverly football team has a big opportunity this weekend. The Wolverines will head to the dome in Syracuse to compete in their first state championship. Waverly will face top-ranked Fonda-Fultonville in the Class C title game on Saturday at 6 pm. Both teams have just...
Waverly preparing for Tinsel and Lights Festival, what to know
WAVERLY, N.Y. (WETM) — Tinsel and Lights is coming to the Village of Waverly next week and the Waverly Police Department has announced some road closures for residents to be aware of before the festival. According to the Waverly Police Department, Tinsel and Lights will be on Friday, Dec. 8, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 […]
Savor Authentic Chinese Cuisine: Elmira's Top 3 Restaurants
In this article, we will be exploring three notable Chinese restaurants in Elmira. Have you had the chance to visit any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!
Echoes of the Past: The Ghost Town of Barclay in Pennsylvania
In the heart of Bradford County, Pennsylvania, the ghost town of Barclay stands as a haunting vestige of a once vibrant coal mining community. Established in the mid-19th century, this town near Granville Summit was animated by the hardworking miners and their families. The semi-bituminous coal extracted here fueled the growth of the northeast United States, transported ingeniously via a gravity-powered rail system down Barclay Mountain to Towanda. With a population peaking over 2,000, the town bustled with stores, schools, and churches, symbolizing the American dream for many immigrants.