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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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Woman Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle In Hancock

A Canadian woman died after she was hit by a vehicle on Route 17 in Delaware County.

Authorities say 36-year-old Sherylle Redulfin of Ottawa, Ontario, had been involved in a one-car crash on the highway in the town of Hancock Tuesday evening

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Ryan: Binghamton City Hall Transition Going “Very Well”

With just over a month remaining in his second term, Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says the transition process with his successor, Richard David, is going "very well."

Ryan and David say they've been working together to make the change in leadership as smooth as possible

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Sale Of Binghamton TV Stations Challenged

Nexstar Broadcasting's planned acquisition of two Binghamton television stations is being fought.

According to industry website TVNewsCheck, Time Warner Cable and the American Cable Association are challenging the proposed sale of WICZ and WBPN at the Federal Communications Commission

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Binghamton Garage Safety Precautions Planned

Scaffolding is to be put in place around a downtown Binghamton parking ramp to protect pedestrians from any concrete that might fall from the structure.

The scaffolding is to be erected around the Collier Street garage this week, just days after a stairwell at the facility was closed because of deteriorating concrete

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