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I've been working in radio since 2002. I started engineering baseball games for News Radio 1290 WNBF and as I've learned more about the industry, I have completely fallen in love with it. Currently, I am a reporter and Assistant Brand Manager for News Radio 1290 WNBF and ESPN 1360 WYOS. I am an avid runner and a rabid hockey fan! I love to read, be outdoors, and travel to amusement parks and the ocean. I also love spending time with my niece and nephew and trying not to corrupt them too much.
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NYSEG Not Moving Forward With Compressed Air Energy Storage Project

New York State Electric and Gas has informed the U.S. Department of Energy that it will not move forward with the proposed compressed air energy storage (CAES) project in the Town of Reading.

Upon completion of comprehensive engineering and financial evaluations, NYSEG determined that a number of site-specific issues, including the cost of site development, and energy market conditions, including the effects of inexpensive natural gas-fired generation on market prices, make the project at the Town of Reading site uneconomical

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Man Arrested In Sheriff’s Office Parking Lot

The Broome County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man following a traffic stop in the parking lot of their Town of Dickinson headquarters.

Officials say that the vehicle of 24-year-old Raysean Grant was stopped due to illegal window tinting and an expired inspection sticker

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Sandra Fluke Visits Binghamton

Sandra Fluke, the social justice advocate who gained national recognition for her support of the Affordable Care Act's birth control insurance coverage requirement, headlined an event Saturday in support of Democratic congressional candidate Dan Lamb

The event took place at the Lost Dog Cafe on Water Street and was not open to the public

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Binghamton Man Charged For Lying About Robbery

The City of Binghamton Police department has charged the employee of a pizza restaurant for lying about being robbed.

Police say that on October 6th, while in the area of Domino's Pizza on Vestal Avenue, 30 year-old Geoffrey Loke of Duane Avenue in Binghamton reported that he had been robbed at knife point and that the suspect took fifty dollars from him

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Tractor Trailer Driver Charged With Vehicular Homicide For I-81 Pileup

A truck driver from North Carolina has been charged for causing the death of another man when he caused a 7 car pileup near Lenox Township, Pennsylvania in mid-July.

Police say they have charged 42-year-old Samba Doucoure of Greensboro, North Carolina with Homicide by motor vehicle, Involuntary Manslaughter, Aggravated Assault by motor vehicle and other charges stemming from the fatal accident

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City Council Authorizes Free Disposal of One Bulk Item

Binghamton City Council has adopted an ordinance that will waive the sticker requirement for the disposal of one bulk item per household.  City residents can dispose of the bulk item on their regularly scheduled collection days from Tuesday October 16th to Friday October 19th

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Alliance Bank to Merge With NBT

NBT Bancorp and Alliance Financial Corporation announced today that they have entered into an agreement under which Alliance will merge into NBT.

The merger is valued at approximately $233.4 million and is expected to close in the second quarter of 2013 pending the approval of regulators and stockholders

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Pennsylvania Police Looking For Towanda Man

Pennsylvania State Police say they are looking for a Towanda man who fled from them back in late September.

According to police officials, a State Trooper attempted to stop the vehicle of 34-year-old Jonathan Butler on September 22nd for an expired vehicle registration

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