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Kmart to Close Two More Stores in Region
More Kmart signs in the Twin Tiers are about to disappear.
DA Makes Determination in Binghamton Police Shooting
The Broome County District Attorney has concluded that a New York state trooper's shooting of a man on Binghamton's South Side was justified.
Binghamton to Explore Options for First Ward Power Plant
City officials are planning to consult with energy experts to consider what should be done with an electricity generating facility in Binghamton's First Ward.
Lisle Event to Mark 100th Anniversary of First Vote by Women
A ceremony will be held in northern Broome County exactly 100 years after the first woman voted in an election in New York state.
Police Release Name of Man Shot by Trooper in Binghamton
Investigators have publicly identified the man who was shot after he allegedly struck a state trooper on Binghamton's South Side.
Report Released on Broome Overdose Deaths in 2017
A review of deaths in Broome County has confirmed that several dozen residents died as the result of drug overdoses last year.
Trooper, Suspect Hurt After Binghamton Shooting Incident
A New York State trooper and a man who was wanted by authorities were reported injured following what was described as a police-involved shooting in Binghamton.
City Councilman Earns Binghamton University Degree
A 21-year-old member of city council has earned a bachelor's degree in political science at Binghamton University.
Construction Underway at Binghamton Community Center
An expansion project at a city-owned community center in Binghamton is progressing after a delay because of cost overruns.
New York State Trooper Dies of 9/11-Related Illness
New York State Police officials say a trooper has died of an illness related to his work near the World Trade Center site after the 2001 terrorist attack.