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After Delays, Work Begins to Restore Historic Binghamton Library
It's now "full steam ahead" for a long-planned project to turn Binghamton's Carnegie Library into a SUNY Broome Culinary Arts Center.
Giant Inflatable Chicken Shows Up in Downtown Binghamton
Some people staging a political protest used a big blow-up bird outside a courthouse in downtown Binghamton to get attention.
Endicott Receives $1.2 Million to Protect Wastewater Plant
Federal funding has been approved for a project to make Endicott's wastewater treatment facility less vulnerable to flooding.
Out-of-Control Car Hits Two Houses on Binghamton’s West Side
A husband and wife received a rude awakening when a Cadillac slammed into their home's porch on the West Side of Binghamton.
Work Starts at Site of New Vestal Hilton-Affiliated Hotel
Construction crews have started working at the site of a planned hotel that's a brand owned by Hilton.
Endicott Police Investigate Slashed Tire Incidents
The tires on several vehicles parked in Endicott were damaged by vandals.
Tornado Watch Issued for the Twin Tiers
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for several counties in upstate New York and northeastern Pennsylvania.
Johnson City Man Jailed After Dispute with Woman
A man has been accused of punching his girlfriend at a Johnson City home while she was holding their five-month-old child.
Roque Indicted for Murder in Death of Fellow BU Student
Binghamton University sophomore Michael Roque has been indicted for second-degree murder in the stabbing death of fellow student Joao Souza.
Binghamton Business Moves to Make Way for Parking Lot
A Binghamton building that has been home to a downtown business for many years is being torn down so the site can be used for parking.