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Thousands of NYSEG Customers Without Power

More than 5,000 New York State Electric and Gas customers lost electric service in the wake of gusty winds.

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Canstruction Comes to the Oakdale Mall

Cans of non-perishable food, arranged in fantastic structures, are taking over the Oakdale Mall in Johnson City for the Canstruction competition.

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Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce
Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce

Binghamton Chamber of Commerce Get New CEO

The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce is getting a new President and CEO.

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New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer Linked To Prostitution Ring
Daniel Barry

Completed New York Budget gets Mixed Southern Tier Reaction

The newly passed state budget agreement would set the next increase in New York's minimum wage on December 31st and some Southern Tier representatives don't like it.

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Bill To Legalize Gay Marriage Debated In New York State Senate
Matthew Cavanaugh

New York’s Fiscal Year Starts With no Budget

The New York State budget has missed the April 1 12:01 a.m. deadline for the start of the fiscal year.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Project Unveiled For Binghamton’s North Side

A site on the north side of Binghamton is to be redeveloped with plans calling for apartments and commercial space.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Manley’s Mighty Mart Stores Are Vanishing

The conversion of several Manley's Mighty Mart convenience stores to reflect an ownership change is almost complete.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Binghamton Awaits Settlement of Sewage Plant Lawsuits

Binghamton officials continue to hope for some type of reimbursement in connection with a 2011 wall collapse at the sewage treatment plant in Vestal.

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Thinkstock

Montrose Teacher’s Strike Continues

Teachers in the Montrose Area School District are still not in the classroom and students have another day off as a teacher’s strike continues.

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TSM Local Experts
TSM Local Experts

OSHA Cites Broome Spiedie Sauce Maker

A local spiedie sauce maker says he plans to contest a ruling after the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration handed out 12 citations and fines for an accident at the Salamida Johnson City plant last fall in which a worker was overcome by fumes.

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