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Construction Underway at Binghamton Community Center
An expansion project at a city-owned community center in Binghamton is progressing after a delay because of cost overruns.
New York State Trooper Dies of 9/11-Related Illness
New York State Police officials say a trooper has died of an illness related to his work near the World Trade Center site after the 2001 terrorist attack.
Endwell Stabbing Suspect Found in Bedroom Closet
A man who was suspected in the early-morning stabbing of an Endwell woman was discovered hiding in the closet of a bedroom.
Vestal Sports Complex Now Rising After Delay
Construction is moving forward on a new sports facility in the town of Vestal.
Binghamton Man Charged with Attempted Murder
Police say a 20-year-old man has been accused of repeatedly stabbing someone in the back on Binghamton's West Side.
Police: JC Store Employee Gave $17,000 in Illegal Discounts
A 17-year-old boy faces felony charges for allegedly providing thousands of dollars in improper discounts at the Johnson City store where he worked.
Broome Sheriff, Endicott Police Warn of Imposters
Broome County residents are being alerted to scams in which people pretending to be law enforcement officers are simply trying to steal money by phone.
Cal Harris Charged with DWI After I-81 Hit-and-Run Crash
Cal Harris, the Tioga County man who was acquitted of murder after his wife vanished in 2001, faces DWI and other charges following a crash on Interstate 81.
Talks Continue to Keep Boscov’s in Downtown Binghamton
Mayor Richard David says efforts are ongoing to ensure that the Boscov's department store in downtown Binghamton remains open.
Endicott Police Seize Two Pounds of Pot in Traffic Stop
Three Binghamton residents face drug charges after police confiscated two pounds of marijuana from a vehicle pulled over in Endicott.