This week the Senate voted 47-13 to make the 2% Property Tax Cap permanent.
Linel Sellers, a junior from Union-Endicott High School, is the Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome's candidate for 2015 New York State Youth of the Year. While in Albany for the competition, he stopped by Senator Libous' office to learn more about state government.
Through a program sponsored by the American Legion, five students from Greene High School visited Albany to meet with their representatives and learn more about State government.
Lourdes President/CEO Kathy Connerton and YES! Safe Choices for Kids were joined by local parents, teachers and school administrators to honor 566 Broome, Tioga and Chenango YES! LEADers at the YES! LEADers Change Lives Recognition Reception.
The Southern Tier is set to enter the fifth round of the State's Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) competition and also the one-time the $1.5 billion Upstate Revitalization Initiative (URI). Click below to learn about how you can help the Southern Tier succeed.