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Binghamton Moves to Pay-By-Plate Parking System
Drivers parking on downtown Binghamton streets now must provide the city with their vehicle's license plate number.
Man Jailed After Johnson City Sweatshirt Robbery
A suspect accused of forcibly pulling off a woman's sweatshirt at a Johnson City home faces a felony robbery charge.
FOR SALE: Number 5 and Lampy’s Restaurants
The owner of two popular Broome County dining spots is preparing to sell the businesses.
Police Close Binghamton Building For Hazmat Investigation
A mysterious message on an envelope received by a law office prompted police to shut down a landmark building in downtown Binghamton.
Binghamton Carnegie Library Project in Jeopardy
A $20 million restoration project at the historic Carnegie Library building in downtown Binghamton may not move forward if a federal tax credit is eliminated.
Hazmat Scare Closes Perry Building in Binghamton
A historic downtown Binghamton building was evacuated because of a possible hazardous materials incident.
Endicott Woman Arrested After Toddler is Hurt
Police in Endicott say a village resident faces a felony charge after a three-year-old child was seriously injured.
Cortland County Man Accused of Firing Shots
A 31-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly fired two shots from a gun during a domestic dispute in Cortland County.
Binghamton, Johnson City Mayors Re-Elected
The Republican mayors of Binghamton and Johnson City easily defeated their Democratic challengers to win re-election.
Binghamton Woman Charged with Drug Possession
A 24-year-old Binghamton woman was accused of possessing illegal drugs after she was stopped for speeding on Route 17 in Tioga County.