Katie Sullivan Borrelli, Rochester D and C

Katie Sullivan Borrelli

Rochester D and C

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Past articles by Katie:

‘The town that loves refugees’: Utica’s newcomers bring transformation upstate

Utica has resettled close to 17,000 people, spurring transformation in the small upstate city, while also transforming the newcomers who call it home. → Read More

Sweeping indictment against midwife Elizabeth Catlin reduced to one charge in plea deal

The arrest of Elizabeth Catlin galvanized members of the Mennonite community in and around Yates County whose births Catlin has attended. → Read More

'Every little miracle': How a Binghamton family has survived a life-changing farm accident

Travis Flanagan lost his legs below the knee, but a combination of science and luck helped keep it from being worse. → Read More

Binghamton LGBTQ center offers familiarity, comfort for those seeking COVID-19 vaccine

The Identity Youth Center, a local LGBTQ center in Binghamton, held a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic. → Read More

Mobile home fire on Caldwell Hill Road in Lisle claims life of 71-year-old woman

A fire broke out at a mobile home in Lisle, New York late Wednesday. The home's owner, a 71-year-old woman, died in the blaze. → Read More

Boil water advisory in effect for up to four days in Endicott, parts of Endwell

After a main line break in Endicott Thursday night, officials ask residents to boil water for up to four days. → Read More

Derek Chauvin verdict: How Broome County reacts to the jury decision in George Floyd death

Reaction from Broome County residents and elected leaders after the jury verdict was announced in Derek Chauvin's trial in the death of George Floyd. → Read More

'Our hearts are hurting.' April the Giraffe, who became a YouTube sensation, dies at Animal Adventure Park

April the Giraffe, an internet sensation whose pregnancies and live births captured hearts across the world was 20 years old when she was euthanized. → Read More

'It is frustrating': Southern Tier COVID-19 vaccination effort stalled by vanishing supply

Across the Southern Tier, distribution sites wait for more COVID-19 vaccine doses while New York's supply runs dry. → Read More

'It's shameful': Broome County, Southern Tier officials react to DC protests

Here is what elected officials and leaders in the Southern Tier have to say in the wake of protests at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

'It was surreal': Parents welcome New Year's babies across Southern Tier

Parents in Binghamton, Ithaca welcomed New Year's babies in the early hours of 2021. → Read More

Church choir reunites to record 'Silent Night' and bring its faithful a light in the dark

They hadn't been together for nine months. But the choir at Binghamton's Tabernacle United Methodist Church knew Christmas Eve called for something special. → Read More

Winter storm expected to hit New York on Wednesday

The area's first December snowstorm of 2020 is expected to hit Wednesday. Find out how much snow to expect. → Read More

B.C. Transit bus passengers asked to quarantine for two weeks

Broome County Health Department asks passengers of multiple B.C. Transit bus routes to quarantine. → Read More

Here's how to find joy this holiday season — and what to do if you're struggling

COVID-19 has disrupted the holiday season, leaving many feeling stressed, anxious or depressed. Here's what experts say you can do if you need help. → Read More

Route 11: Both lanes closed while crews battle house fire in Kirkwood

A fire reportedly broke out around 3 p.m. Sunday at a residence in Kirkwood. → Read More

Endwell bar and restaurant patrons may have been exposed to COVID-19

Those who visited the Endwell bar on any of four occasions in November are asked to quarantine. → Read More

Johnson City church attendee tests positive for COVID-19

Attendees of a recent children's service at a Johnson City, New York church are asked to quarantine until Nov. 30. → Read More

For the Bateman family of Binghamton, remote learning struggles — and a dream job offer

Davita Bateman of Binghamton celebrates a dream job offer, while her teenage son struggles with remote learning. → Read More

Broome County Family Court Judge: Steve Cornwell concedes to Hollie Levine

In Broome County, the race for Family Court Judge was decided by thousands of absentee and mail-in ballots. → Read More