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Binghamton is Included in Flood Mitigation Grants

A flood prevention project in the City of Binghamton is among ten storm mitigation works targeted to share $128 million in federal funds being allocated by New York State.

Governor Andrew Cuomo says funds from the Hazardous Mitigation Grant Program will provide 75% reimbursement for the costs of the projects in Binghamton, Island Park in Nassau County, Sidney, Conklin and two projects in Endicott

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Photo Courtesy of Binghamton Zoo
Photo Courtesy of Binghamton Zoo

Otter-Vision Comes To Binghamton’s Ross Park Zoo

Sentry Alarms is providing a monitoring system so visitors to the Ross Park Zoo in Binghamton can see the new River Otter pups that were born about a month and a half ago.

The viewing monitor is similar to one that was installed at the Red Panda exhibit in June

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

A Tax Break is Granted for Vestal Student Housing Expansion

A planned student housing project in Vestal will be getting a break on taxes.

The Broome County Industrial Development Agency has unanimously given the okay for a payment in lieu of taxes, or 'PILOT' agreement worth over $17 million for Metroplex at UP

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cincinnatus Neighbor Fight Ends With an Assault Charge

A Central New York man is being charged with assault following a dispute with his neighbor.

New York State Police say 53 year old Buddy Morgan of Cincinnatus was arrested April 10 following a fight on Telephone Road

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New York State Police Photo

Two Arrested in Endicott Drug Bust

A Johnson City man and a Binghamton woman are facing drug charges following a raid on an Endicott Apartment April 10th.

Members of the Broome County Special Investigations Task Force executed a search warrant at the Hillside Court apartment where they said they found 667 bags of heroin, a 22 gram block of heroin, a bag of crack cocaine and $5,400

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Coming Monday on WNBF’s “Binghamton Now”

Another great week of live-and-local talk is coming up on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Monday morning at 9:30, Broome County District Attorney Gerald Mollen will discuss the Moreland Commission. Mollen was a me

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Maine Endwell Adopts a Final Budget Proposal

Taxes are due to go up in the Maine Endwell School District, but will remain within the state-set ceiling.

The Board of Education has approved a final budget proposal that comes in at just over $45

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Photo Courtesy of Caldwell College Athletic Department
Photo Courtesy of Caldwell College Athletic Department

Linda Cimino Named New Binghamton Women’s Basketball Coach

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Linda Cimino is the new women's basketball coach at Binghamton University.  Cimino comes to BU after eight seasons as head coach at Division II Caldwell College in New Jersey.  Cimino takes over for Nicole Scholl who did not have her contract renewed after this past season

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Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Cortland Price Chopper Employee is Accused of Stealing Money

An off-duty supermarket employee is accused of taking money from a cash register at the Price Chopper on State Route 13 in Cortland last month.

Cortland County Sheriff’s officials say Deputies were informed that shortly after 11 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Mayor Richard David Gives His First State of the City Speech

Binghamton will be getting two additional police officers and eight firefighters while the city parking garages and broken roads will get attention if the city’s new mayor has his way.

Republican Richard David delivered his first State of the City address April 10, not in February, as is the tradition

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