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Endicott Johnson Factory Cleanup

The Town of Union is taking control of securing a former Endicott Johnson shoe factory on Page Avenue after the owner allegedly ignored orders to maintain the property or demolish it.

Town Supervisor Rose Sotak says the town has secured part of the fencing around the building and has mowed a portion of the site

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WNBF news Photo/Roger Neel

New Focus on Off Campus Binghamton Student Safety

Binghamton University has a new Assistant Dean of Students for Off Campus Programs who is vowing to make student safety away from the Vestal campus a priority.

Milton Chester introduced himself to Binghamton City Council as more student housing downtown is scheduled to open in upcoming weeks

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Category: Articles, Crime, Local News
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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cell Phone Photographs Prompt a Restaurant Ruckus in Delaware County

A Massachusetts woman is facing a harassment charge in Delaware County following a disagreement at a restaurant in the Town of Hamden.

Sheriff’s officials say 57 year old Donna Hamilton allegedly became upset at a customer at the restaurant who had apparently taken photos of her child with a cell phone

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

A Chenango County Man is Accused of Having Sex With a Child

A Chenango County man is accused of having sexual contact with a 13 year old.

Sheriff’s officials say 20 year old Thomas Knickerbocker of Sherburne was arrested after deputies investigated a suspicious vehicle in the Town of Norwich and found the man allegedly engaging in sexual contact with the child in the vehicle

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

American Civic Association Massacre Victim Remembered

This may be the last year for an annual celebration of the life of a Town of Dickinson woman who was a victim of the April 9, 2009 American Civic Association massacre in Binghamton.

Maria Zobniw was among 13 killed when Jiverly Wong entered the ACA at around 10:30 that morning and began shooting people before taking his own life

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

A Delaware County Man is Arrested Again on Drug Charges

Delaware County Sheriff’s officials say a Walton man is under indictment following a narcotics investigation involving the sale of heroin in the Village in June.

31 year old Gerard Johnson was arrested July 17 but had been previously arrested last year on a warrant for three felony counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance

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New York State Police Photo

A Binghamton Man is Accused of Selling Heroin

A Binghamton man is being held on two felony counts after members of the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force say they found him selling illegal drugs.

27 year old Mohadib Walton is accused of selling ten bags of selling ten bags of heroin and a small amount of crack cocaine to a person on Charlotte Street in the City of Binghamton

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