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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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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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Binghamton Boys & Girls Club Gets Funding

$145,000 is headed for new youth programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Binghamton.

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Wind Knocks Down Trees and Powerlines

New York State Electric and Gas was reporting only a few dozen customers in the Southern Tier without power early March 29, presumably due to the high winds during the previous afternoon and overnight.

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Staples to Close One Broome County Store

Staples is closing its store on Upper Front Street in the Town of Chenango next month.

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Former Oakdale Therapy Employee Arrested

A former employee of a Johnson City physical therapy facility is accused of siphoning money from her boss for years.

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Vestal Candlewood Suites Hotel Sets Opening Date

Construction on a four-story extended stay hotel in Vestal is nearing completion.

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Binghamton Gas Prices Rise Above $2 A Gallon

An all-too-brief fling with gasoline prices below two dollars a gallon in the Binghamton area is coming to an end.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

High-Tech Incubator Rising in Downtown Binghamton

A $19 million dollar complex which will help develop high-tech business is taking shape in downtown Binghamton.

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Wage Increase Opposed in the Southern Tier

Farmers, loggers and other smaller businesses in the region are protesting the Governor’s plans to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

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