Tioga Downs to hold job fair next week

Representatives from Coughlin and Gerhart, LLP joined us on WEBO

Apalachin Firemen's Field Days begins June 1st

Owego-Apalachin CSD announces new superintendent

Owego man accused of stealing from Guthrie

An Owego man has been arrested for allegedly stealing over $16,000 from Guthrie Hospital in Sayre. 72-year-old Elton Godfrey worked as a courier for Guthrie, when he is said to have stolen the money. Police say that Godfrey was in charge of delivering money deposit bags from the hospital’s dietary department to M&T Bank. On April 11th, authorities were alerted when one of the deposit bags, containing over $5,000, was reported missing. A further police investigation revealed similar occurrences on March 14th, March 23rd, and April 1st. Hospital documents show that Godfrey collected the deposit bags, but that the deposits never made it to the bank. Godfrey has since been arraigned and released to appear back in court on June 7th.

Fatal traffic accident early this morning

One person is dead and another sent to the hospital following a traffic accident between a passenger vehicle and tractor trailer early this morning. The accident occurred at about 1:45am on Route 17 Eastbound in Windsor. The accident occurred when the tractor trailer struck a disabled Jeep which was parked on side of the road. Both the Jeep and tractor trailer ended up over an embankment off the roadway. The driver of the Jeep was pronounced dead on scene. The driver of the tractor trailer was taken to UHS Wilson Hospital for head injuries. Traffic on that stretch of highway was diverted for several hours as emergency personnel worked to clear the scene.

New Binghamton business to produce motorcycle conversion kits

$7,000 is being awarded to one Binghamton business to develop a gasoline-to-electric powered conversion kit for motorcycles. The Binghamton Local Development Corporation and SUNY Broome have chosen to award their 7th annual $7,000 grant to Next Wave Motors in Binghamton to bring this conversion kit to fruition. In order to win this local grant, Next Wave Motors needed to submit a detailed business and fiscal plan for their endeavor. While Next Wave Motors expects a majority of their sales to be to vocational schools, the conversion kit would also be available for sale to the general public as well

Tioga Downs to hold job fair next week


Karen Shelp, the Human Resources Director at Tioga Downs, joined us on the WEBO Morning Show today to tell us more about upcoming job opportunites at Tioga Downs.

Tioga Downs is looking to hire 70 employees for food and beverage positions at their soon-to-open Virgil’s Real BBQ Restaurant. A job fair will be held on May 31st from 4pm until 7pm. Open positions include servers, bussers, hosts, bakers, and culinary staff.

The full interview with Karen Shelp can be heard below.

Gov. Wolf urges Liquor Control Board to take action

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is seeking to allow convenience stores the ability to more easily sell alcohol. Currently, Pennsylvania state law requires a business that sells both gasoline and alcohol to use two separate cash registers to process those transactions. Governor Wolf has written to multiple members of the state’s Liquor Control Board, urging them to take action.

Town of Binghamton FD to receive $220K in federal funding

The Town of Binghamton Volunteer Fire Department is receiving federal funding to buy a new fire engine. The Town’s current fire engine is 22-years-old and no longer adequately serves the town’s needs. The Town of Binghamton Fire Department will be receiving $220,000 from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program for the new truck. The new truck will have more horsepower, increased compartment space, and an engine braking system better at helping the apparatus negotiate the hills in their district.

Breaking news: Cal Harris found not guilty

Cal Harris is not guilty of murder.

That was the verdict announced by Judge Richard Mott in Schoharie County Court today. The judge announced his verdict around 2:15pm, declaring simply “not guilty,” while announcing his decision to both sides in the courtroom.

This was the fourth murder trial for the former Tioga County businessman, who elected to have a trial by judge this time. Harris had been convicted twice before but those convictions had been overturned on appeal. The third trial ended when the jury could not reach a verdict.

Harris is now free after the judge’s decision today.

Representatives from Coughlin and Gerhart, LLP joined us on WEBO


Brady Begeal and Nate VanWhy of Coughlin and Gerhart, LLP joined us on the WEBO Morning Show today. A lot of legal topics were discussed during this morning’s interview which can be heard below.

For more information, you can reach Coughlin and Gerhart’s Owego office at 27-29 Lake Street in Owego. Call them at 607-687-0567.