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More Outdoor Dining Coming to Downtown Binghamton

The number of downtown Binghamton establishments offering outdoor options for those who want to enjoy a meal or a beverage is growing.

Galaxy Brewing Company is planning to set up tables on the Washington Street pedestrian mall

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Binghamton Farm Market Season Highlighted on Close Up

Eric Denk of the Downtown Binghamton Farmers' Market is the guest on the May 23 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up.

Denk discusses the history of the market that sets up each summer next to the Broome County Courthouse green, how the market has grown and how its changed over the year in relation to products that are offered

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Bob Joseph/ WNBF News

NYSEG Asks For a Rate Hike

New York State Electric and Gas says it needs more money to pay for recovery from Hurricane Sandy, Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee and to invest in system reliability.

NYSEG has filed a petition with the New York State Public Service Commission to allow increasing electric bills by $8, about 10% a month and natural gas bills $10, or 11% a month for customers using about 980 therms over the course of a year

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Press Building Transformation Underway

Construction crews are working in downtown Binghamton to turn a former office building into a student housing complex.

The project at the historic Press Building on Chenango Street was announced a few weeks ago

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Colorful Flowers Delivered to Downtown Binghamton

Dozens of flower baskets have arrived on Court Street in Binghamton in a continuation of a downtown tradition.

The flowers were placed on decorative lamp posts by city public works employees

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Louie G. Townsquare Media photo

Landslides and Road Closures Follow Twin Tier’s Storm

Debris on roads from downpours May 18-19 has continued to be an issue for motorists and public works crews had to remove rocks and debris from roadway.

Early May 19, Glenwood between Clinton Street and Main Street was blocked off as water continued to stand under the railroad bridge

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Norfolk Southern Purchase of D&H Line Approved

Federal regulators have approved Norfolk Southern's purchase of nearly 300 miles of rail line now owned by Delaware and Hudson Railway in New York and Pennsylvania.

The $217 million sale has been given the green light by the United States Surface Transportation Board

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Broome County government
Broome County government

Willow Point Nursing Home Forum to Be Held

A public forum on the future of Broome County's Willow Point Nursing Home will be held in Johnson City Tuesday.

The session, organized by the Southern Tier chapter of Citizen Action of New York, will allow county residents to discuss concerns they have regarding the Vestal facility

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Salmonella Concern Prompts Dog Food Recall

Federal regulators have announced the recall of thousands of pounds of dog food because it may be contaminated with salmonella.

The dog food affected was sold by OC Raw Dog of California in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado

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Florida Firm to Conduct BC Transit Study

Broome County will be paying $80,000 to TransPro Consulting from Tampa, Florida to outline plans to revamp the county’s bus service.

The county legislature has okayed the year-long contract to look into ways to make BC Transit more efficient in both its rate structure and routes

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