The oldest of seven, I was born on February 14th, a Valentine baby. I’ve lived literally all over the country, but am happy to have finally settled down and I call Binghamton home. Out of all the women in the world, my husband picked me and that's something I'm thankful for every day. Together, Jay and I have the most gregarious little boy named John. My former self was obsessed with photography and books. Now, my life is consumed with ridiculous amounts of laundry and building blanket forts. I’ve become a master at reading bedtime stories in character voices, kissing boo-boos, and cuddling a toddler to sleep. And I wouldn’t change it for anything- my life is now complete.
The CDC Has Added Additional COVID-19 Symptoms
In a quiet move last week, the CDC added new coronavirus symptoms to watch for.
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As much as we hate the term “new normal,” wearing a face mask in public is a must. Since we have to wear one, might as well make sure we’re wearing it properly.
The Most Captivating Images From The Binghamton Protests [PHOTOS + VIDEOS]
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WWII Plane to Fly Over Southern Tier in ‘Operation Thanks From Above’
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Memorial Day vs. Veterans Day: There’s a Huge Difference Between the Two
Before you go crazy tagging every veteran you know on social media to wish them a Happy Memorial Day, you need to read this. Seriously, trust us on this one.
Oxford Veterans Home Hosts Vehicle Parade and You’re Invited
We’re used to seeing our veterans in local parades, but this time the tables are being turned and the parade is being taken to them.
What’s Open and What’s Closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2020
Your guide to what's open and what's closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2020.
Department of Defense Warns of Army Draft Scam
Someone is trying to draft Americans, but it certainly isn't the United States Department of Defense.
Seven CNY Students Compete in National Spelling Bee
This year, seven students from Central New York have found themselves at the nation's most iconic spelling competition.
New York Governor Warns Residents to Brace for Extreme Heat
Heat is the biggest weather-related killer and Governor Andrew Cuomo is urging residents to protect and brace themselves ahead of the anticipated heat wave.