Tioga Central School District residents will vote today on a $7.55 million capital project. Most of the project involves infrastructure improvements, and would relocate the district offices to the high school. An additional state grant will be used to turn the existing office building into pre-kindergarten classrooms. More information is available on the TCSD website. Voting will be held from 11am to 8pm in the middle school gymnasium.
Two of the victims of Friday’s shooting in Binghamton are now charged with assaulting the alleged shooter. 28-year-old Muhammad Wesley and 22-year-old Shamel Hunter were allegedly shot by 20-year-old Fuquan Campbell after a physical altercation inside the Yellow Deli at 121 Susquehanna Street. The district attorney’s office has now charged those two with third-degree assault, saying they initiated the confrontation inside the deli. Campbell is then accused of pulling out a pistol and shooting the two men along with a bystander and himself. No life-threatening injuries were reported. Police are still investigating the incident.
New York State Police say a hiker found human remains just outside of Bath on Sunday. They are now asking for the public’s help to identify the body. Investigators say the remains were found in a wooded area near Muck Circle and Wood Street just outside of the village. They had been exposed to the weather for an extended period of time. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at 607-776-6866.
Section 4 has announced that 23 people will be inducted into the Section 4 Hall of Fame this year. Elmira Notre Dame graduate and two-time Olympian Molly Huddle headlines this year’s class, which includes 16 athletes, two coaches, and four contributors. Another member of this year’s class is the former Megan Shay of Candor. The basketball standout scored 2,205 points in her five-year career, third-best in Section 4 history, and was named the state’s Class C Player of the Year in 2005. Former Windsor three-sport star and current Wagner College head football coach Jason “Hoss” Houghtaling will also be inducted this year. The hall of fame class will be honored between basketball championship games at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on March 4.
Johnson City Police are looking for the man responsible for robbing a gas station and convenience store at gunpoint last night. Police say a white male entered the convenience store at 143 Riverside Drive around 9:30pm, showed a handgun, and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was injured. The man ran along the street towards Binghamton after leaving the store. Police say he was wearing a dark brown hoodie, blue jeans, and a scarf over his face. Their investigation continues.
Joey Logano won yesterday’s Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona in the first official event of the NASCAR season. As heard on WEBO, Logano was in third to start the final lap, but was able to capitalize after Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski made contact in front of him. The race was postponed by rain on Saturday. Also yesterday, Chase Elliott qualified on the pole for next Sunday’s Daytona 500 while Hendrick Motorsports teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr. qualified second. The rest of the lineup will be set in qualifying races Thursday live on WEBO.