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Gural Disappointed Mayor Won’t Back Casino Bid

Tioga Downs owner Jeffrey Gural continues to hope he'll submit the only application for a Southern Tier casino license.

Despite ongoing speculation that an Albany-area man may put forth a competing bid, Gural on Friday said he is "optimistic" that a second application won't materialize

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

First Phase of Riverside Drive Project Completed

Motorists using the eastern-most section of Riverside Drive in Binghamton can expect an unusually pleasant ride.

Nearly a year after a major reconstruction project began, crews June 19 were completing paving operations

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New York’s Legislative Session is Extended

The New York State Legislature is going into extra innings.

The legislative session in Albany was supposed to end June 17 but is now being extended into next week.

Rent control in New York City has held up a majority of work, including measures that impact other areas of the state, like extending the property tax cap and legalizing mixed martial arts

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Photo illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Mayor Feels “Very Good” About Possible Binghamton Casino

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says he still doesn't know whether there will be a formal bid for a casino in the city. But, in an interview, he said he feels "very good" about the possibility an application will be submitted

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Owego Celebrates Strawberries This Weekend

The village of Owego is prepared for the thousands of people expected to attend the annual Strawberry Festival.

The celebration will get underway with a block party June 19. The festival beauty pageant is scheduled for 5 p.m. at the Courthouse Square.

A 5K

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Demolition Clearing Way For Vestal Medical Complex

Crews have started to tear down a long-vacant building in Vestal in preparation for the construction of a medical office facility.

United Health Services intends to build a 69,000-square-foot structure at the site of the former Van Atta automobile dealership

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

July Fest Plans on Southern Tier Close Up

Binghamton's July Fest is just around the corner and Downtown Binghamton Business Association president, Ron Sall says the details are being finalized.

Speaking on the June 20 edition of the weekly, local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, Sall says the 53rd annual downtown celebration of the arts is still growing and evolving

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Career Fair
Andrey Popov

Free Career Fair Coming to SUNY Broome Community College

The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce says it has 61 companies lined up for its annual Career Fair June 19.

Organizers say industries participating include health care, high tech, finance, education and manufacturing

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Parking Survey is Available Online

The Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study, along with the City of Binghamton are participating in a study of downtown parking issues and are seeking input from businesses, residents and visitors to the downtown district

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Louie G. Townsquare Media photo

Storms Damage Twin Tiers Roads

Emergency Services officials in the Twin Tiers report debris over roads and some streets closed due to damage from strong thunderstorms.

Broome County officials say Porter Hollow Road in Colesville and Daugherty Road in the Town of Maine had to be closed due to flash flooding resulting from a heavy rainfall overnight June 14

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