The oldest of seven, I was born on February 14th, a Valentine baby. I’ve lived literally all over the country, but am happy to have finally settled down and I call Brackney home. My husband, Jay, and I have the most gregarious little boy named John. My former self was obsessed with photography and books. Now, my life is consumed with ridiculous amounts of laundry and building blanket forts. I’ve become a master at reading bedtime stories in character voices, kissing boo-boos, and answering all the curious questions my son throws my way. And I wouldn’t change it for anything.
Step Inside Endwell’s Beautifully Stunning and Historic Washingtonian Hall [PHOTOS]
Washingtonian Hall, also known as Amos Patterson House, was built in 1799 and is considered one of the oldest homes in all of Broome County and it's for sale!
This Bainbridge, New York Native and BU Grad is Breaking Barriers at Toyota
Things are starting to change as women begin to take higher leadership roles in previously male-dominated industries. People like Lisa Materazzo of Bainbridge.
Wide Awake at 2 A.M.? You Might Be a New Yorker and Suffering From Insomnia
Some people are lucky to never experience insomnia. Unfortunately, New Yorkers aren't among those people.
Our Neighbors in Buffalo Land on One Disgusting List You Never Want To Be On
Planning an overnight stay in Buffalo anytime soon? You might want to be careful where you stay before Buffalo has landed on a pretty disgusting list.
Binghamton Ranks on List of Most Dangerous After Dark Places in NYS
According to FBI findings and crime data pulled by Neighborhood Scout, you might want to pay attention to your surroundings if out at night in Binghamton.
NYS Department of Labor Warns ‘Return to Work Credit Bonus’ Is a Scam
The New York State Department of Labor is warning of an email scam that could ultimately lead to your personal information being stolen.
PHOTOS: Winter Storm Izzy Comes to the Southern Tier
Winter Storm Izzy arrived in the Southern Tier and residents shared snow photos of where they live. Interesting to see how much difference there is inn amounts!
Police Agencies in New York Plead for Help From Governor Hochul
Enough is enough say reps for NYS Park Police, University Police, Encon Officers, and Forest Rangers with the DEC. Help is needed and now.
New Yorkers Aren’t Exactly Adventurous When It Comes to Kitchen Gadgets
We can't believe that out of all the crazy, unique, and fun kitchen gadgets, THIS is the one New Yorkers searched for the most. Kind of disappointing.
PennDOT Issues Statewide Travel Restrictions in Response to Winter Storm
In response to the winter storm impacting the state, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has implemented vehicle restrictions on numerous roadways.
Changes to New York’s Paid Family Leave Makes Caring for Loved Ones So Much Easier
Effective immediately, New Yorkers who have met the time-worked requirements for the state's Paid Family Leave will be given even more benefits.
School Choice Week Helps Parents Explore Best Education Options for Their Children
Over 2.6 million kids switched to non-traditional ways of learning in the last two years. If you've been considering doing the same, School Choice Week is for you.
Expanded NYS Whistleblower Law Offers Substantially More Protection for Employees
New York is an employment-at-will state, leaving many employees to feel unprotected and less likely to speak up with workplace concerns. That's about to change.
If the Winter Weather Is Warm, Do New York Bears Still Hibernate?
Bears tuck away in winter, but what if the winter weather is warmer than usual? Will bears come out of their slumber? The answer is surprising!