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New York’s High Court Upholds Municipalities’ Zoning Rules

Municipalities in New York State have the right to control how properties within their borders are used.

New York’s highest court yesterday morning ruled in favor of municipalities like Dryden in Tompkins County, which put a ban on hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas within the town

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A 20 Year Old From Conklin is Charged With Underage Alcohol Possession

Broome County Sheriff’s officials say they found a 20 year old Conklin man in possession of a large, partially consumed bottle of vodka a almost a half pound of marijuana.

Brendon Bonsell was arrested as Sheriff’s officials investigated a report of youths trying to break into cars at a mobile home park on Stillwater Road in the Town of Conklin at around 3:30 a

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Face Book Tip Catches an Alleged Broome Cell Phone Thief

A tip to the Broome County Sheriff's face book page has lead to the arrest of a Town of Union man in connection with the theft of a phone from the Verizon Wireless store on Main Street, Endwell.

Officials say 32 year old David Curtis of Endwell is accused of stealing the $600 phone and damaging the device as he tried to remove the SIM (Subscriber Identification Module) card

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Missing Binghamton Boy Found Safe at a Pa. Park

 

Pennsylvania State Police say a Binghamton boy who became separated from two friends while hiking in Salt Spring State Park June 27 has been found and is safe.

 

Authorities say the 12 year old boy became separated from a 19 year old boy from Thompson and an 18 year old boy from Hallstead at around 8 p.m.

 

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

A Kingsley, Pa. Man is Charged With Weapon Possession in Johnson City

A Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania man is facing felony charges in Broome County after he was arrested in the Village of Johnson City.

Village police say they were investigating a minor crash on Main Street when 54 year old John Schultz of Kingsley pulled up and said he was lost

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

A Free Little Library is Open at Binghamton’s Cheri Lindsey Park

A take a book, leave a book little library is open at Cheri Lindsey Park in Binghamton.

Binghamton University students and Broome-Tioga BOCES carpentry students along with community organizations like the Binghamton Rotary Club worked to construct the Little Free Library at the North Side park

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Photo by Bob Joseph WNBF

Windsor Man Accused of Crashing Into a Construction Zone

New York State Police say a Windsor man is accused of almost running over workers on a road crew after plowing through a closed construction safety area and driving over traffic cones.

40 year old Travis Riley is charged with reckless endangerment, menacing and several state vehicle and traffic law violations

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