WVIN News - Sponsored By:

Today's Top Stories - Tuesday, July 11th

Bath Utility Pole Damaged in Accident:


A Bath Utility Pole was damaged during a two-car accident Sunday.  Police asked people to avoid the intersection by the Presbyterian Church until the pole could be replaced.  Traffic was detoured from Lackawanna Street while the work was done.  Only minor injuries were reported in the accident.



Dormann Library Budget Hearing July 18th:


The Dormann Library Board of Trustees will hold a budget hearing on Tuesday, July 18th at 5 p.m. so that the public might learn more about what the library has to offer and how it’s supported.  Board members will be on hand to answer questions.  The tax levy vote is set for Wednesday, July 26th from noon to 8 p.m. at the library. 



Bath V.A. Nursing Open House Today:


The Bath V.A. is hosting a Nursing Open House today from 1 to 6 p.m. in Building 92.  The V.A. is currently recruiting Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Nursing Assistants for the Geriatric skilled nursing and Palliative Care units.  All applicants are encouraged to bring copies of transcripts, licensure, and resume. 



Detour coming to I-86 Next Week:


The New York State Department of Transportation has announced that beginning Monday, eastbound I-86 traffic from Exit 46 to Exit 47 will be detoured onto State Route 352 during overnight hours from 8:00 PM to 6:00 AM for work involved with the I-86 pavement rehabilitation project. Occasional nighttime detours are expected to continue through late October. All eastbound traffic will be required to exit the highway at Exit 45, travel east on State Route 352, through the City of Corning, for approximately 5 miles then re-enter the highway at the 47 Interchange, located just east of Gibson.



Steuben Real Property Auction Friday:


Some 125 properties are slated for the 2017 Steuben County Delinquent Real Property Tax Auction, set for 10 a.m. Friday at the Campbell-Savona High School.  For information visit http://www.steubencony.org/pages.asp?PID=565 or call (607) 664-2488.



Turning Point Offering  Bus Tokens for People on Medicaid for Medical



Turning Point and Medical Answering Services (MAS), a New York State Medicaid-funded program out of Syracuse, are teaming up to make it easier for people on Medicaid to get to their medical appointments.  Turning Point is already able to provide a limited amount of bus tokens per person per month for medical appointments, but with the new partnership there will be no limit for those on Medicaid.  People on Medicaid can contact MAS to receive tokens through the mail, or, more conveniently, they can go directly to any one of four Turning Point locations across Steuben County, including Bath, Corning, Hornell, or Steuben County Rural Ministry in Canisteo. 



Educators Learn to Recognize Signs of Drug Use:


Educators from area school districts gathered last week to learn how to recognize the signs of drug use in students through the Steuben Prevention Coalition’s Drug Impairment Training for Education Professionals.  Administrators and schools nurses from Hornell, Bath, Addison, Hammondsport, Wayland-Cohocton, Canisteo-Greenwood, Bradford, Prattsburgh, Alfred-Almond, and the Corning-Painted Post school districts as well as GST Boces all attended.  Material covered included current drug trends and a review of physical assessment signs and symptomatology.  The program coordinator said that it will provide the educators with “the tools they need to intervene at a crucial time in the lives of children.”

On Air Now

Jim Brock
Jim Brock
3:00pm - 8:00pm
Afternoon Show


Community & Twitter