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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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Crews Prepare For Downtown Binghamton Demolition

Workers have been positioning equipment and making preparations for the demolition of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers Furniture building in downtown Binghamton.

City officials on Wednesday announced the Water Street structure would be torn down because engineers determined it could collapse

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Pennsylvania Man Charged In Nichols Theft

A Pennsylvania man has been arrested in connection with the reported theft of money from a wallet in Tioga County.

Authorities say 75-year-old Nester Holbert of Rome was accused of stealing $70 that was in a wallet he found on the floor at Tioga Downs Casino in Nichols

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Traditions Casino May Be Operated By Seneca Nation

A group hoping to open a casino in the town of Union has announced an operating agreement with a company established by the Seneca Nation of Indians.

The owners of Traditions at the Glen say they've come to terms on a partnership with Seneca Gaming Corporation

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

New Owego Elementary School Is Rising

The new Owego Elementary School is taking shape on the site of the school that was damaged by massive flooding two-and-a-half years ago.

Owego Apalachin school superintendent William Russell says the district's goal is to have the school ready for classes in September of next year

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Man Jailed After Johnson City Dispute

A Binghamton man was arrested following a reported dispute with a woman in Johnson City.

Village police say 46-year-old Seth West was charged with third-degree criminal mischief, a felony,

Authorities say West was accused of slashing two tires on a vehicle belonging to the woman

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Fracking Rallies Planned For Obama’s Cooperstown Visit

Opponents of high-volume hydraulic fracturing are planning to hold a demonstration in Cooperstown in conjunction with President Obama's scheduled visit to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

Organizers say they hope to have the rally near the Hall of Fame but the location will be affected by security guidelines established by the Secret Service

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