The Food Bank of the Southern Tier announces that it has been selected to receive a $2,000 grant as part of the Restaurant Community Grants program from the Darden Foundation, the charitable arm of Darden Restaurants Inc. These funds will be used to support the Food Bank’s BackPack Program™.
The EF5 tornado that devastated Moore, Okla., on Monday has caused untold damage and claimed at least 24 lives. If you want to help, check out the information below.
May 9, more than 200 students, parents and teachers met in the Campbell-Savona Elementary gymnasium to investigate the world of math and science. They buzzed with excitement as families explored 12 different stations designed to promote interaction between family members to build, measure, calculate and make new discoveries in math and science.
This year was the second annual Prattsburgh Central School After Prom Party for all Juniors and Seniors and their prom dates.
A new bus stop shelter was recently installed at the corner of Main and Liberty streets near the Lake Street Senior Apartments.
The Southern Tier will be vying for a chunk of $760 million in state funding and tax incentives up for grabs this year under the Regional Economic Development Council program.
The United Way of the Southern Tier will distribute more than $3 million to health and human services for its 2013-14 funding cycle, a record amount, the Corning-based agency announced Monday.
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Prattsburgh Rotary Club is proud to announce that Melaney Preston, a junior at Prattsburgh Central School, has been selected to take part in the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) program.
The Bath Rotary Club recently held two induction ceremonies during which eight outstanding citizens of the community became members of the local service organization.
Steuben County Grand Jury handed up nine open indictments last week, according to the Steuben County District Attorney’s Office.
An Addison woman convicted of orchestrating her ex-boyfriend’s murder will be sentenced July 11, court officials said Thursday.
Campbell-Savona’s fall production of “Big: The Musical” won multiple awards at the Rochester Broadway Theatre League’s Stars of Tomorrow Ceremony.
A new “Welcome to Bath” sign and a veteran’s memorial may soon welcome visitors to the village’s historic downtown.
Teachers in the Bath Central School District wore blue last Thursday to protest the Common Core standard tests.
During the open house held at the Dormann Library on May 8, Steuben County Legislators Robin Lattimer and Larry Crossett joined Dormann Library Board of Trustees Vice President Angie Longwell in cutting the ribbon to open the library’s new computer center.
The Finger Lakes Boating Museum, a “museum with walls” since it was founded in 1997, is looking for a home.
An earthquake hit Braeside, Canada and tremors can be felt through the greater Rochester area. It happened around 9:43 a.m.
There have been varying reports of the earthquake’s magnitude.
Sherman and Donna Wheeler are blessed to announce that their son John C. Wheeler, a 2007 graduate of Victory Baptist Academy out of the Bucksettlement Baptist Church, has completed his course of military training from Fort Benning, Georgia, in the E company 2-58 Infantry Brigade 4th platoon on May 4, 2012.
Keagan Sutton, age 8, started the bake sale last year to raise money for children with cancer after losing her Grandma Reva to cancer just months before. Last year $901was raised to send to St. Jude's!!
The bake sale will be held Friday May 31st and Saturday June 1st from 8 am until 5 pm at 19 Main Street Hammondsport NY during Hammondsport yard sale weekend.