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Delaware County Man Charged Following Dispute

State police say a 32-year-old Delaware County man was arrested after a domestic disturbance.

Investigators say Justin Biedekapp of Tompkins was charged with unlawful imprisonment, menacing and harassment

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Argument May Have Preceded Binghamton Crash

The driver of a vehicle that struck a woman on Binghamton's Court Street bridge is believed to have been arguing with a passenger just prior to the incident.

The woman who was operating the sport utility vehicle at the time of Saturday night's crash has been charged with driving while intoxicated

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Developer Plans Renovations at Old Endicott School

A former school building in Endicott is about to undergo a significant rehabilitation project.

Marchuska Development LLC of the town of Union acquired the old Henry B. Endicott property at 23 Jackson Avenue from Broome-Tioga BOCES last May

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Cleanup to Continue at Former IBM Endicott Site

State environmental officials say significant progress has been made in cleaning up the chemical contamination around the former IBM Endicott manufacturing site.

The Department of Environmental Conservation provided an update on the remediation project at a public meeting Thursday evening

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Cordisco Hopes to Return to Binghamton City Council

A Binghamton businessman says he wants to be a member of City Council again.

John Cordisco has announced he plans to run as a Republican candidate to represent the Fourth District.

Cordisco operates a convenience store on Chenango Street on Binghamton's North Side

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