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Whey to Go! Cornell Prof Developing a Dairy Beer
A Cornell University researcher believes a byproduct of yogurt production could be put to use developing a new drink that could intrigue craft beer lovers.
Man Guilty of Possessing Gun Near Binghamton High School
A Johnson City man faces a long prison term after he was convicted by a jury for possessing a loaded gun at an apartment house across from Binghamton High School.
Dog Blamed in Fire That Destroyed Conklin Home
Investigators believe a blaze that ripped through a Broome County residence was caused by a family pet.
Financial Institution May Anchor New Downtown Building
A Binghamton developer says a commercial tenant is committed to occupying a portion of a five-story building that is to be constructed at a key downtown intersection.
Water Line Splinters, Closing Road in Glendale
A 12-foot section of water line ruptured in the town of Union resulting in the closure of a section of Glendale Road for several hours.
Taylor Garbage Apologizes for Price-Fixing Scheme
One of the Broome County trash haulers cited for rigging bids and fixing prices has issued a statement pledging "it will not happen again."
Street Near Wilson Hospital Will Be Closed for Months
A big construction project will affect access to Wilson Medical Center and Brozzetti's Pizza shop in Johnson City for the next several weeks.
Police: Driver in Windsor Crash Had BAC Four Times Limit
Authorities say a Broome County man's blood alcohol content was measured at more than four times the legal limit after a rollover crash.
NYS: Bert Adams Disposal, Taylor Garbage Rigged Bids
The New York State attorney general says Broome County's big trash collection firms will be paying penalties for illegally carving up the market so they could charge inflated prices.
NYS Offers Roundabout Help for Binghamton Drivers
The state transportation commissioner is offering some guidance for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians to navigate roundabouts in the Binghamton area.