Speaking on the June 7 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, Deputy Executive Director of the Family & Children's Society of Binghamton, Diane Kubik says the agency is finally recovered from damage suffered when a neighboring building burned and is ready to celebrate reopening.
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is looking to make the owners of vacant properties accountable for upkeep of the structures and land.
A proposed bill called the Abandoned Property Neighborhood Relief Act or the Zombie Kill Bill targets so-called zombie properties and would force mortgage holders, including banks that have foreclosed on properties, to maintain the locations until the foreclosure is final
An Endicott couple is in the Broome County Jail, accused of possessing multiple weapons and drugs.
The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force Wednesday raided the North Page Avenue home of 35 year old David Cheeseboro and his wife, 35 year old Dawn Cheeseboro were both charged with felony drug and weapon possession counts and other lesser charges
While some Broome County lawmakers are criticizing what they say is the surprise announcement that the Broome Mental Health Clinic will be closing, other agencies in the county have apparently been making plans for some time for taking in clients once the Binghamton facility ceases operations
New York State Police are continuing to investigate the cause of a Sunday afternoon crash in Tompkins County that claimed the life of a Lansing man and left four people seriously injured.
Authorities say a vehicle driven by 24 year old Rachelle Williams of Sylvan Beach was northbound on State Route 13 in Dryden at around 4:30 when her vehicle entered the southbound lane and collided, head-on with a southbound vehicle driven by 31 year old Timothy Starr of Lansing
Bob Joseph/WNBF NewsSheriff David Harder says the numbers should be balanced with the fact that the number of arrests for incidents like aggravated assault and murder are also up due to the commitment of law enforcement officers
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