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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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NYS Police Investigating Robbery at Westover Home

New York State Police are investigating a robbery at a Westover home that was reported early Friday morning.

State Troopers say they are looking into allegations that two masked men entered a home on Riverside Drive at 4:30 Friday morning, one of them armed with a handgun and demanded the resident's medication

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Maine-Endwell School Board Approves Staff Reductions

The Maine-Endwell School District is continuing to evaluate its staffing levels and finances after announcing the elimination of over a half dozen jobs.

Yesterday, the M-E School Board approved the elimination of of five cleaning jobs, two lunchroom employees, a maintenance worker and a computer services coordinator, effective immediately

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Photo: Dru Bloomfield via Flickr
Photo: Dru Bloomfield via Flickr

Johnson City Man Charged For Home Depot Theft

A Johnson City man is accused of trying to leave a local home improvement store without paying for two metal exterior doors.

62-year-old John Facik is charged with petit larceny and criminal possession of a controlled substance after Broome County Sheriff's officials say Facik tried the leave the Home Depot in Westover with the two doors worth over 200 hundred dollars each

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Chenango County Pair Accused of Attempted Burglary

Two Chenango County men are in jail on 10-thousand dollars bail after allegedly attempting to break into a drug store in the Village of New Berlin to steal prescription medication.

Chenango County Sheriff's officials say that 33-year-old Jeb Davis of Norwich and 33-year-old Nathan Diamond of New Berlin are charged with attempted burglary, criminal mischief and conspiracy

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Mayor Ryan Among Demonstrators At ‘Promised Land’ Movie

Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan and other demonstrators gathered outside the Regal Movie Theaters on Friday night following the opening of the movie about hydrofracking called "Promised Land."

The demonstrators say the film helps to point out the hazards associated with high volume horizontal drilling for natural has in the Marcellus Shale

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