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Cuomo Won’t Go to Inauguration Because of Possible Albany Threats
Governor Andrew Cuomo has canceled plans to travel to Washington for the inauguration of Joe Biden due to potential demonstrations that may occur around the state Capitol.
Brindisi’s Name Vanishes as NY-22 Race Remains Unsettled
Anthony Brindisi has disappeared. At least, his name suddenly is missing from the congressional offices he's utilized over the past two years.
Chenango County Sheriff’s Office Rolls Out a Smartphone App
Residents of Chenango County now have a new way to connect with the sheriff's office.
Some Absentee, Affidavit Ballots to be Recounted in NY-22 Race
A partial recount has been ordered of some ballots cast in New York's 22nd Congressional District contest between incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi and Republican challenger Claudia Tenney.
The Silo Restaurant in Chenango County Listed for Sale
The owner of The Silo Restaurant and Carriage House near Greene has decided to sell the iconic business and related properties.
Police: Afton Man Repeatedly Punched, Kicked 70-Year-Old Person
A Chenango County resident was arrested after he allegedly attacked someone on Main Street in the village of Afton.
Brindisi Blasts Spectrum for Price Hikes During Pandemic
Representative Anthony Brindisi has called on federal regulators to put an end to internet service price increases during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cuomo Warns of Coronavirus “Bullet Train” As Cases Keep Rising
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is increasing dramatically in New York state as Governor Andrew Cuomo pleads for more help from the federal government.
First Coronavirus-Related Death Confirmed in Broome County
Broome County officials have announced one person diagnosed with COVID-19 has died in Binghamton.
Cuomo Shuts Down New York: Essential Workers Only
Governor Andrew Cuomo says all non-essential employees in New York state should stay home as he expands efforts to control the spread of coronavirus.