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Binghamton’s Restaurant Week is Here

Binghamton’s 9th Restaurant Week is underway and continues through April 10.

Residents get to try selected lunch and dinner menu items at participating restaurants at a reduced cost.

In addition to diners enjoying a bargain, the week benefits local charities including the Boys and Girls Club of Binghamton and the VINES program

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Methamphetamine Lab Uncovered in Homer

A Cortland County man wanted for a violation of a local law limiting the amount of Pseudoephedrine a person can have is accused of manufacturing methamphetamine.

Sheriff’s officials say they stopped 41 year old John Vosburgh on Route 281 in the Village of Homer  and found he had a small amount of meth in his possession

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Police Officer David W. Smith
Police Officer David W. Smith

Johnson City Police Officer and Shooter’s Deaths Investigated

Investigators are still trying to figure out what caused an MRI technician at Southern Tier Imaging in Johnson City to snap, claim there were explosives in the building across from Wilson Medical Center, struggle with a police officer, shoot the officer to death before shooting at other police

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

New York Casino Bids Are Now Being Accepted

New York State’s new Gaming Commission Facility Location Board is starting to take bids now for four privately owned casinos to be sited outside of New York City and off Native American land.

Voters in November approved Las Vegas-style gambling for casinos in the Albany area, the Catskills and the Southern Tier

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Injuction Against Susquehanna Anti-Fracker is Partially Lifted

A Twin Tiers anti-fracking activist has a little more room to move around in the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania.

Susquehanna County Judge Kenneth Seaman March 28 partially lifted an injunction that kept Vera Scroggins of Brackney, Pennsylvania from going anywhere near property that was either owned or leased by Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation, including land owned by friends, businesses and medical facilities in Susquehanna County

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