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Binghamton Restaurant Week Raises Thousands for Charity

The Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse and the OurSpace Project at Recreation Park in Binghamton are sharing $10,077 from Binghamton's 10th restaurant week in September.

Diners enjoyed 19,904 meals in Binghamton restaurants at bargain prices with a portion of the proceeds going to charity

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Homecoming Weekend Draws Thousands Back to Campus

Homecoming Weekend at Binghamton University drew hundreds to the Vestal Campus October 17-19.  Despite some rainy conditions Saturday and blustery winds, many alumni attended cookouts, tail-gate parties and several sporting events that were held on campus

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Montrose To Host World Premiere Of Indy Film

A short independent film shot in Susquehanna County and New York City will have its world premiere in Montrose.

"If The Trees Could Talk" was written and directed by Michael Weinstein, a Queens native

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Season Continues For Binghamton Farmers Market

Vendors will be selling some fall favorites at the downtown Binghamton farmers market over the next few Fridays.

The market will operate on Collier Street through the end of the month.

Fresh fruits and vegetables from New York and Pennsylvania farms will be available on October 17, 24 and 31

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Tioga County Corn Maze Now An Autumn Tradition

Hundreds of people a week have been visiting an eight-acre corn maze attraction in Newark Valley.

The tenth season of Stoughton Farm's fall maze opened two weeks ago.

The owners of Stoughton Farm say the maze this year features a design to show support for area animal shelters

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Looks to Address Sewer Fund Deficit

Binghamton Mayor Richard David is crafting a plan to fix a $4.2 million deficit in the Binghamton Sewer Fund.

The Republican is blaming the administration of former mayor, Democrat, Matthew Ryan for leaving the deficit in the City’s Sewer Fund, which totals $11

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Future Uncertain For Tioga Public Transit Riders

The people who use Tioga County's public transportation bus system still have several weeks before they must come up with some alternatives.

The bus service is scheduled to stop operating at the end of November

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WNBF News/ Sean Holbert Photo
WNBF News/ Sean Holbert Photo

Binghamton Columbus Day Tournament of Band Set to Step Off

 

The annual Columbus Day Tournament of Bands high school band competition and the Italian Festival take place starting at 9 a.m. October 13 in Downtown Binghamton. 

Motorists should be aware that Court Street and Water Street will be closed most of the day.  C

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Binghamton University photo
Binghamton University photo

Broome County Elected Officials Might be Off the Industrial Development Agency

Broome County Executive Debra Preston and some county legislators may be having one duty removed in the future. A motion tot eliminate elected officials from the Broome County Industrial Development Agency has moved forward but still needs approval by the full legislature

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [July 9, 2014]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [July 9, 2014]

Hawkins To Tour Pennsylvania Fracking Sites

The Green Party candidate for New York governor plans to visit fracking sites in Pennsylvania.

Howie Hawkins intends to tour parts of Susquehanna County on Thursday to see areas where high-volume hydraulic fracturing is being used to obtain natural gas

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