Part of Chenango Street is being closed at the beginning of next week for the removal of a bridge over the road.
The closure of the street between Moffatt Avenue and Sturges Street in Binghamton July 28-30 will not only mean a detour for motorists, which will be marked by signs, but also an obstacle for pedestrians and cyclists
The success of an un-manned military helicopter supply program developed by Lockheed Martin is being celebrated in Owego.
The K-Max chopper that was designed to deliver food and supplies in combat zones, reducing danger to personnel that would otherwise have to go into those zones to resupply troops, was only supposed by used for a few months, but the mission lasted close to three years
Plans to erect a memorial for a Johnson City Police Officer who died on duty in 1925 and another who was shot to death this past March are moving forward in the Village.
The board of trustees has approved a plan by the Johnson City Police Association to build an $8,000 tribute to 26 year old Harold Huff, who died almost 90 years ago, and 43 year old David ‘DW’ Smith, who was shot to death March 31 by 43 year old James Clark outside of Southern Tier Imaging, where Clark worked
Binghamton Police are looking into the details surrounding a crash involving a motorcycle and a car on the North Side.
The driver of the motorcycle, whose name has not been released, was taken to the hospital for unspecified injuries after, witnesses say, he crashed into a car while doing wheelies in the area of the Brandywine Highway and Eldridge Street at around seven a
A new report surfacing in Pennsylvania claims environmental regulators have fallen short in keeping track of the natural gas industry and its impact on water safety and public health.
The records, that were released yesterday, are based on a Department of Environmental Protection spreadsheet and say the DEP lacks a clear policy on the frequency of inspection of wells and shows gas and oil extraction has damaged water supplies in the Keystone State 200 times since 2007
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