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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [July 31, 2013]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [July 31, 2013]

More Cleanup Money For Contaminated Endicott Site

Additional state funding has been announced to help clean up a polluted property in western Broome County.

The Department of Environmental Conservation will provide about $59,000 for planned work at the parcel at 312 Maple Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Decision Expected Soon on Tioga Bus Fleet

More than a dozen buses which had been used to provide transportation for Tioga County residents have been sitting in a parking lot since the system was shut down several weeks ago.

County officials aren't sure exactly what will happen to the buses or when a decision will be made

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Cortland County PTO President Accused of Theft

Investigators say a Cortland County man is believed to have stolen thousands of dollars from a parent-teachers organization while he was the president of the group.

Authorities say 39-year-old Kurt Kleefeld of Homer faces six felony charges for the alleged theft of cash from the Homer Elementary Parent Teachers Organization

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Hundreds Watch “The Interview” in Endicott

A Broome County discount movie theater will continue to offer several daily showings of "The Interview" in the coming week.

Amber Earle, the owner of Cinema Saver in Endicott, says the number of showtimes each day will be cut back from six to four starting tomorrow

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Power Plant Is In Operation

The steam that's rising from a 199-foot-tall stack in Binghamton's First Ward is a visible indication that a 47-megawatt electricity generating plant is back in business.

California-based Wellhead Electric Company decided to repower the Charles Street facility, which was retired by its previous owner in February 2012

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Needs More School Crossing Guards

Binghamton officials say the city is recruiting school crossing guards. They say there's a "high need" for people to help assist children on their way to and from school.

Crossing guards must be at least 18 years old and have their own transportation

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