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Bob hosts WNBF's Binghamton Now program and reports the latest regional news. Bob's a life-long resident of the Southern Tier. He's pleased to call the Binghamton area his home.
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Water Damage Closes Downtown Binghamton Store

The CVS store on Court Street in downtown Binghamton was closed today because of water damage, apparently related to the heavy rains that fell across the region Wednesday.

Signs on the front and back doors of the business indicated the store was not open but did not provide information as to when operations might resume

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Asbestos To Be Removed From Union-Endicott High School

Union-Endicott High School is expected to be closed for several weeks for an asbestos abatement project.

School district officials say asbestos-based ceiling tiles in parts of the building will be removed as part of scheduled capital project work

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Endwell Man Faces Weapon, DWI Charges

A man allegedly involved in a town of Union dispute has been accused of driving while intoxicated and weapon possession.

Authorities say 44-year-old Brian Forsyth of Endwell was arrested following a reported incident at a McKinley Avenue residence

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Binghamton Last In Projected U.S. Economic Growth

The Binghamton region is receiving some less-than-flattering national attention in an economic growth forecast released by the United States Conference of Mayors.

The area comes in dead last out of 363 metro area economies ranked by projected growth over the n

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New “Grocery Store” Opens At Discovery Center

The last "Giant Market" in Broome County has vanished. The interactive grocery exhibit at the Discovery Center on Binghamton's South Side has become a Weis Market.

The transition at the children's museum comes five years after the Akel family sold its Giant Markets chain to Pennsylvania-based Weis Markets

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New York State In Telemarketing Restitution Deal

Residents of Binghamton, New York City and Long Island are among those expected to benefit from a government settlement with so-called "hard-tactic" telemarketers.

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says an agreement has been reached with The Tax Club, Incorporated, which had an office in New York City

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Port Crane Man Charged After High-Speed Chase

A Broome County man was arrested after police say he was accused of driving 107 miles-per-hour in a 45 mile-per-hour zone.

Authorities say Matthew Hartman of Port Crane wouldn't pull over for a Broome County sheriff's deputy who spotted a vehicle speeding on Upper Court Street in Binghamton

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