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Binghamton Emergency Crews Search River

Police officers and firefighters were sent to the Susquehanna River April 28 following a report that a man may have jumped from a Binghamton bridge.

A person reported seeing a man holding on to a railing of the State Street bridge shortly after 12:30 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Susquehanna County Fracking Foe Faces Jail Time

A Brackney woman expects she'll be sent to jail as she continues to demonstrate her opposition to fracking for natural gas in Pennsylvania.

Vera Scroggins has been fined $1,000 after a Susquehanna County judge concluded she violated an injunction by getting too close to a Cabot Oil and Gas fracking site

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Tioga Man Accused of Fleeing From Troopers

A Tioga County man was arrested after state police say a pickup truck hit a utility pole when he jumped from the moving vehicle trying to elude troopers.

Authorities say 23-year-old Cody Kinnunen of Barton was taken into custody Sunday at his home

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Parts of Crumbling Binghamton Parking Garage Closed

As holes continued to open in deteriorated concrete, Binghamton officials closed sections of a parking garage across the street from City Hall.

About 200 of the 535 parking spaces in the Collier Street garage are unavailable as emergency repairs get underway

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Colonel David Ireland is buried in Binghamton's Spring Forest Cemetery. PHOTO: DAVID CLEUTZ
Colonel David Ireland is buried in Binghamton's Spring Forest Cemetery. PHOTO: DAVID CLEUTZ

Remembering a Binghamton Civil War Hero [AUDIO]

Special events are being held in downtown Binghamton in conjunction with the sesquicentennial of the conclusion of the American Civil War in 1865.

The Civil War Family Day will be held at the Phelps Mansion Mu

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Construction Detour Drags On

What was announced as a five-day closure of a heavily-traveled route into downtown Binghamton has been extended for weeks as a construction project continues.

Front Street between Clinton and Gaines streets has been out of service for through traffic since March 30

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