Binghamton Parks and Rec bringing Memorial Day fun to you

first_imgOn the Binghamton Park and Recreation’s Facebook page, they have created a list of activities you can do from home. It is designed for children but reaches all ages. Some of the activities include arts and crafts and exercises that you can do to stay active. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) – Normally, parks are filled on Memorial Day weekend but this year, Binghamton Parks and Recreation is bringing the fun to your home. “We actually have a lot of people that interact with them. They love to post, or they will comment. We encourage people to comment below what you’ve done,” said parks supervisor Jake Brigham.last_img read more

Watch a Preview of Governor Wolf’s Budget Address

first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: SHARE Email Facebook Twitter February 06, 2017 Budget News,  The Blog,  Videos On Tuesday, February 7th at 11:30 AM, Governor Tom Wolf will deliver his biggest policy speech of the year — the 2017-2018 Budget Address.Watch this preview from Governor Wolf, and make sure you tune in for the full 2017-2018 Budget Address live this Tuesday at 11:30 AM on Facebook Live or Pennsylvania – Tomorrow at 11:30 A.M., I’ll present my 2017-2018 fiscal year budget proposal for Pennsylvania.And, I will continue to take a different approach to moving Pennsylvania forward.For many years, our commonwealth has faced multi-billion dollar deficits. When faced with these challenges, the previous administration slashed funding for schools and our most vulnerable while using shifty accounting maneuvers that only worsened our short fall in the long run.We’re not going to do that. We’re not going to give Harrisburg another free pass while asking the middle class to make more sacrifices. Here’s what I’m going to do instead:Protect our historic investments in education and continue to increase funding for our schools.Get rid of red tape, do away with unnecessary bureaucracy in Harrisburg, shrink the size of our government, and eliminate waste.Make sure seniors and individuals with disabilities receive the quality services they need to thrive.Continue to dedicate resources to battling the heroin and opioid public health crisis that is devastating families throughout the commonwealth.And grow our economy by training our workforce and funding job creation initiatives that work.By cutting government waste and bureaucracy, we can and we will secure investments in Pennsylvania’s future. I hope you’ll tune in tomorrow at 11:30 AM to hear more. Thank you. Watch a Preview of Governor Wolf’s Budget Address By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf   SHARE  TWEETlast_img read more

FIFA bans CFU president, Gordon Derrick

first_imgAccording to FIFA, the case against Derrick focused on “alleged conflicts of interest offering and accepting gifts and other benefits, mismanagement of funds, abuse of position and disloyalty.” Derrick, who is also the General Secretary of the Antigua and Barbuda Football Association (ABFA), was also ordered to pay a fine totaling US$31,170. The global soccer body – FIFA, has banned the president of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), Gordon Derrik for six years from all soccer-related activities, for violating several articles of its code of ethics.last_img read more

Terry scan set for Thursday

first_imgChelsea will only discover on Thursday the extent of John Terry’s injury after the skipper lasted just 15 minutes of Tuesday’s Champions League defeat to Shakhtar Donetsk.The former England international limped off in the first-half of their Group E encounter with a recurrence of the calf injury that ruled him out of the Three Lions’ World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Poland.The defender will now undergo scans on Thursday, with the 34-year-old hoping to shrug off the complaint ahead of this weekend’s mouth-watering Premier League tie against Manchester United.Chelsea manager Roberto di Matteo said: “It’s basically a recurrence of an old injury.“He was training with us fine and there were no alarm bells before the game. He was in good condition to play.”last_img read more