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Binghamton Accepting Comments on Traffic Signals
Residents and drivers still have time to let Binghamton officials know what they think about the possibility of removing traffic signals at two city intersections.
Abdelazim Prepared for Short Binghamton Campaign
Tarik Abdelazim admits he's facing a tough challenge in his bid to unseat Binghamton Mayor Richard David in November.
Unadilla Man Accused of Attacking Woman
A 30-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly injured a woman in Otsego County.
Trooper Witnesses Woman Using Heroin on I-81
A 25-year-old woman was arrested after a New York State Police trooper reported he saw her inject herself with heroin while her vehicle was parked on Interstate 81.
More Flash Flooding Possible in Broome County
Southern Tier residents are being advised to prepare for the possibility of additional flash flooding.
Gannett to Lay Off Dozens at Broome Site
A Gannett Company unit in the Town of Union plans to eliminate the jobs of more than 30 people this fall.
Broome Deputies Receive New Protective Gear
Ballistic helmets and protective vests with steel plates now are standard equipment in all Broome County sheriff's office patrol vehicles.
Apalachin Perkins Restaurant to Open in Days
The grand opening of the long-awaited Perkins Restaurant and Bakery in Tioga County is scheduled to occur in less than two weeks.
Man Admits Role in UHS Wilson Parking Lot Robbery
A Binghamton man has pleaded guilty to a felony robbery count in connection with an attack on a woman in a UHS Wilson Medical Center parking lot.
Binghamton Couple Agree to $500,000 Fraud Settlement
A Broome County husband and wife have agreed to turn over more than a half-million dollars to the government after admitting they stole money from the Medicaid system.