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Port Crane Meth Dealer Pleads Guilty to Several Charges
A 31-year-old town of Fenton man agreed to a plea deal just before his trial on methamphetamine charges was to get underway.
Driver Hurt as Minivan Strikes Postal Vehicle, Pole in Binghamton
A woman was injured when the vehicle she was driving hit a car and then slammed into a utility pole in a Binghamton neighborhood.
Binghamton Wastewater to Keep Pouring into Susquehanna River
Communities along the Susquehanna River can expect more untreated wastewater from Binghamton in the year ahead.
Free Flood Clean-Up Kits to Be Distributed in Broome County
Flood relief supplies and other assistance are being made available at a Broome County distribution site.
Woman Dies After Car Lands in Windsor Creek
Investigators believe speed was a factor in a town of Windsor crash that resulted in the death of a woman.
Binghamton University Installs 400 More Security Cameras
Hundreds of additional cameras have been placed in Binghamton University residence halls in time for the start of fall semester classes.
Police: Vestal Man Secretly Recorded Woman Undressing
A Vestal man faces several felony counts for allegedly using a camera to watch and record a woman as she dressed and undressed in his home.
Two Binghamton Streets to Remain Closed Indefinitely
While Court Street has reopened, two other Binghamton streets remain out of service because of damage caused by this week's flash flooding.
Republicans Offer Cuomo Free Ride to Canada
If Governor Cuomo is interested in leaving the United States, New York Republicans are willing to pay for his transportation.
BOCES Chenango Campus in Norwich Evacuated
Officials say students and staff were evacuated from the DCMO BOCES Chenango Campus in Norwich.