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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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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott Police – Man Stole $50K in Equipment

A man who worked as a subcontractor at BAE Systems in Endicott allegedly stole electronic equipment worth more than $50,000 from the company.

Authorities say 25-year-old Michael Callahan of Jay Street, Johnson City, has been charged with second-degree grand larceny, a felony

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Former Johnson City Legion Building Still Vacant

A Broome County developer is still looking for businesses interested in locating at the site of a building that had been home to an American Legion post in Johnson City.

Marchuska Brothers Construction acquired the building at 417 Main Street nearly two years ago

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Garnar To Present Final SUNY Broome Lecture

A veteran SUNY Broome Community College professor is preparing to retire after teaching for more than four decades.

History professor Douglas Garnar plans to give his final lecture next week.

According to the school, Garnar will reflect on his 43-year career and the efforts of the college's mission to graduate "engaged citizens" who will become more involved in their communities

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Students to Live in Old Binghamton Newspaper Tower

A 111-year-old downtown building which served as the home of The Binghamton Press for decades could soon be filled with Binghamton University students.

The former Press Building at 19 Chenango Street is being converted into student housing

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Tioga Teen Accused of Choking Girlfriend

A 17-year-old town of Tioga boy was arrested following a domestic dispute.

Authorities say the youth was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend around her neck with both hands

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Woman Charged After Oneonta Parking Dispute

Police say a SUNY Delhi student is accused of damaging a vehicle following an argument over a parking space outside a town of Oneonta mall.

Authorities say 18-year-old Alyssa Murphy was charged with criminal mischief after the incident at the Southside Mall

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Thousands of New Yorkers Ticketed for Texting

New York State Police issued nearly 2800 tickets to drivers for cell phone or texting violations over a six-day period.

Officials say troopers targeted drivers who were using handheld devices while behind the wheel during a special enforcement campaign between April 10 and April 15

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