Don Morgan has spent over 40 years entertaining the Southern Tier on Binghamton radio stations. Born in Texas, Don graduated from Corning Painted West High School and went to Corning Community College. Broome County is where he decided to lay down roots in 1977. Don, his wife, their adopted greyhounds are proud to call Johnson City home.
Toyota Safety Recall: How To Check If Your Vehicle Is Impacted
Certain parts of the transmission may not immediately disengage when the vehicle is shifted to the neutral position.
High-Paying Jobs in NY That Don’t Require a College Degree
The lowest of the 50 jobs had a starting salary of just over $84,000 a year.
Does New York State Allow A Person To Be Buried With Their Pet?
Several states do allow a human to be buried with their pet, but there may be certain laws, restrictions, and regulations to abide by.
New York & PA Businesses: Girl Scouts Need Your Help For The 2024 Cookie Season
GSNYPENN is looking to connect with businesses and organizations in high-traffic areas to allow troops to host walk-up and drive-up booths this cookie season.
Breaking Ground: Broome County’s Innovative Tiny Homes For Veterans
Located at 530 State Street, Binghamton, the project includes 10 ADA-accessible tiny homes, and a resource center that will serve over 10,0000 Broome County veterans.
USPS Mailing Restrictions: What You Can’t Ship In New York State
Some of these bans or restrictions should be a no-brainer, but not everyone got the memo if you what I mean.
United Way of Broome County Announces Free Tax Preparation Service
This service for qualified persons, according to the United Way of Broome County, offers free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing.
Why New York Forest Rangers Intentionally Set Forest Fires This Month
DEC Forest Rangers are among the nation’s most versatile first responders, utilizing their expert training and wide-ranging knowledge to protect natural resources while encouraging responsible stewardship among those who visit State lands and sites.
Why Your Girl Scout Cookies May Taste Different Year to Year in New York
The sale of cookies to finance troop activities began as early as 1917, five years after Juliette Gordon Low started Girl Scouts in the United States.
Explore The Best Friday Fish Fry Spots In New York’s Southern Tier And Northeast PA
Whenever I go home to visit my family, if it was a Friday evening in wintertime, dinner would be at the local American Legion for the weekly fish fry.
Your Southern Tier New York News Update For The Week Of February 12
Catch up here on local, regional, or state news items in a short recap we reported on for the week of February 12th, 2024.
What Kind of Spring Are Forecasters Predicting for 2024 in New York?
How will the rest of this winter play out and what kind of spring 2024 can we expect?
In New York, Do You Need To Pull Over For A Vehicle Displaying a Flashing Blue Light?
What if the flashing light on a vehicle approaching you, is something other than red?
What These 6 Porch Light Colors Mean in New York
Here are some reasons why you may see certain porch light colors in your neighborhood.