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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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Binghamton Flood Demolition Work Underway

An abandoned flood-damaged house on Binghamton's South Side has been torn down, the first of eighteen structures to be demolished over the next several weeks.

The building on Baltimore Avenue was taken down Monday by crews working for Johnson City-based All-Around Excavating

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Police: Tioga Man Stole $45,000 From Relative’s Safe

A 31-year-old man was sent to Tioga County Jail after he was arrested in connection with the reported theft of $45,000 from a safe belonging to a family member.

Authorities say Nicholas Sacco of Harnecky Road, Newark Valley, has been charged with third-degree grand larceny, a felony

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Mirabito Buying Manley’s Mighty Mart Stores

Binghamton-based Mirabito has announced a deal to acquire all of the Manley's Mighty Mart convenience stores.

Manley's operates 17 gasoline and shopping locations in Broome and Tompkins counties.

With the purchase of the Manley's properties, Mirabito will operate 74 convenience stores in upstate New York

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Chenango County Man Arrested After Dispute

A New Berlin man faces several charges following a fight at a Chenango County residence.

Authorities say 30-year-old Tory Brown faces a felony count of criminal contempt. He also was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing, harassment and criminal mischief

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Lupardo Pushes For Hemp Research In New York

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo is working to lay the groundwork to allow hemp to be grown in New York state.

Lupardo, an Endwell Democrat, says she has introduced a bill that would set the framework for establishing a hemp industry in the state

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