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New Apalachin Fire Station to Go Into Service Soon
Apalachin firefighters are expected to be able to begin using a newly-constructed station within the next few weeks.
Two Children Die in Delaware County House Fire
An early-morning blaze in a rural area east of Oneonta left two children dead and an adult injured.
No New Talks between FOX 40 Owner and Spectrum Cable
Nearly a week after the Binghamton Fox affiliate vanished from the local cable television system, there are no signs of progress in resolving the business dispute.
State Audit Paints Grim Picture of Broome Government Finances
A review of Broome County's financial situation has concluded poor budgeting practices have jeopardized public services and infrastructure investments.
Binghamton Woman Charged After Driving Wrong Way on I-81
A woman has been accused of unlawfully fleeing a police officer after she allegedly drove past a state trooper while traveling in the wrong direction on Interstate 81 near Binghamton.
Broome Sheriff’s Office: No Unnecessary Travel
The snowy and icy conditions prompted the Broome County Sheriff's Office to issue a travel advisory.
Neighbors Seek Action on Binghamton West Side Building
People who live near a graffiti-marred structure in a residential neighborhood on Binghamton's West Side are expressing growing frustration with the situation.
Broome, Tioga Underage Drinking Probes Yield Surprising Results
A police check of more than two dozen businesses that sell alcohol in Broome and Tioga counties revealed differing rates of compliance with the law that prohibits underage sales.
Police: Child Almost Struck By Dresser in Windsor
Two people were arrested following a physical dispute at a residence in the town of Windsor.
Binghamton Seniors Upset By End of Travel Program
People who've utilized a travel program that had operated at Binghamton's First Ward Senior Center are disappointed that there may be no trips this year.