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Broome County Launches Natural Gas Website

Broome County government has developed a website billed as a "natural gas resource guide."

According to County Executive Debra Preston's office, the guide provides a comprehensive look at natural gas-related information and services.

In a statement, Preston said the website is meant to "answer people's questions about t

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Controversial Johnson City Liquor Store Opens

Johnson City Liquor and Wine has opened its doors on Harry L Drive despite a court challenge by a competitor.

The massive store is just west of the Wegmans supermarket. It started business on Saturday morning

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Binghamton to Study its Parking Issues

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Officials in the City of Binghamton are poised to address the decades-old problem of parking downtown.

January 29, offers from companies wanting to compile a comprehensive study of the downtown parking situation are to be reviewed by city officials.

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Lockheed May Work on New Presidential Helicopter Program

Hundreds of jobs could be more secure in the region with the announcement of $400,000 million in federal funding for Lockheed Martin.

The funding is for two contracts for a fleet of combat rescue and presidential helicopters to be developed by Sikorsky Aircraft and Lockheed Martin

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New Chapter For Binghamton “Press Building”

The tallest privately-owned office building in downtown Binghamton could wind up being home for hundreds of people in the future.

The landmark Press Building, which was built in 1904, had been renovated and renamed the Professional Towers at 19 Chenango Street

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Vestal Student Housing Developer Seeks Tax Deal

 

The Broome County Industrial Development Agency still needs to get on board with a $45 million payment in lieu of taxes request from a local developer who wants to build more student housing in Vestal.

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Endicott Plaza Still Empty Two Years After Flood

A once-bustling shopping center in the village of Endicott remains vacant more than two years after its one remaining store was closed by the big flood.

The owners of the old Endicott Plaza had expected Kmart would reopen its store following the September 2011 flood

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Crumbling Building Prompts Binghamton Sidewalk Closure

A section of a downtown Binghamton sidewalk has been barricaded after chunks of cement fell from the roof area of a vacant office building.

The one-time bank at 95 Court Street is unoccupied now, although up until a few years ago it housed the corporate business offices of Crowley Foods

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Delhi Teen Charged With Reckless Endangerment

A 16-year-old Delaware County boy faces a felony charge following a police pursuit.

Authorities say Wade Armstrong of Delhi was arrested Wednesday after state police received a report of an unauthorized use of a vehicle

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Gander Mountain Will Return to Johnson City

Bob Joseph/WNBF NewsA national sporting goods chain is reopening in Broome County after its large store on Harry L. Drive in Johnson City was destroyed in the 2011 flood.

Gander Mountain Chairman and CEO, David Pratt says the company is thrilled to be returning to the Greater Binghamton Area to serve customers in Broome County and surrounding communities

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