I remember a 1972 Corning whose streets were bustling on Saturday mornings with shoppers bouncing from First Street or Front Street as it was called by some people, to Second
Every morning I wake up with the understanding that I will encounter problems throughout the day. Some I will predict or know are coming; others I know will blindside me.
Where are they?
Where are some of those people who think there is nothing to do in Corning?
A small town editor’s job isn’t easy.
Many decisions in the past year concerning Corning’s budget have been made that have come back to haunt us. Recently the Courier obtained a document between the city and GCE, Inc.