Kathy Whyte/ WNBF NewsSome Downtown Binghamton workers will soon have designated parking spots, freeing up some of the public parking.
Under the Regional Economic Development Council’s grants announced December 11, 2-million dollars has been designated to help fund the construction of a new parking garage for the Security Mutual building
A Cortland man and his passenger are recovering from injuries after their pickup truck smashed, head-on, into a utility pole on Marathon McGraw Road in the Town of Freetown at around 4:30 p-m December 8
Binghamton Police Sgt. Steve Ward, Speaking on the December 13 edition of the weekly local public affairs program: Southern Tier Close Up, says the Broome County Toys for Tots program has already started handing out gifts to local families
An Endicott man will be on probation for four years, pay a five thousand dollar fine and perform 180 hours of community service after being convicted in Federal Court for reporting his former boss at BAE systems was an international spy
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