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Binghamton’s Washington Street Mall Gets Upgrades

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the Washington Street Mall has been a concrete desert in the heart of downtown for years but is currently under a rebirth.

The City has begun redevelopment of the Mall that will include 11 new parking spaces, sidewalk improvements, enhanced lighting and other aesthetic upgrades

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Broome Gets Rebate for Energy-Efficient Garage Lights

Broome County is getting money back from New York State Electric and Gas.

Director of the Office of Energy Development, Margaret Sarinzi says the $130,000 rebate check comes from the newly completed installation of LED light fixtures in the basement of the Broome County Office Building

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New Jersey Woman Calls AAA & is Charged With DWI in Kirkwood

 

A New Jersey woman is being accused of driving with a blood alcohol level at close to four times the legal limit.

 

Broome County Sheriff’s officials say they 60 year old Deborah Fredericks of Great Meadows, New Jersey put in a call to the AAA auto club and said she was suffering from a medical condition and couldn’t drive.

 

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N.Y.S. Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo Proposes Bills Go Digital

A measure that would eliminate a huge paper trail in Albany is being pushed by Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo of Endwell.

The Democrat is asking voters to approve Proposition 2 that would have bills in the state legislature filed digitally instead of printed on paper

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