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Binghamton & Johnson City Want Refund of Unspent Sewer Funds

For now, it doesn’t look like residents will be getting any refunds on their sewage fees in spite of word that the City of Binghamton and Village of Johnson City have asked for a direct payback of $4 million unspent capital fund money at the Joint Sewage Treatment Plant

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More Than $1 Million Missing From Waverly Business

A Tioga County man has been accused of stealing a substantial amount of money from the business where he had worked.

Authorities say the business, State Line LLC of Waverly, apparently has lost more than $1 million as the result of the employee's actions

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Historic Vestal Houses Prepared for Demolition

Asbestos abatement crews have been busy working at several houses in a Vestal historic district as demolition plans move forward.

The properties along the Vestal Parkway East near the Binghamton city line are expected to be torn down soon

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Southern Tier Close Up is Under the Weather

National Weather Service, Binghamton Warning Coordination Meteorologist, David Nicosia talks about the changes to forecasting in the Twin Tiers over the years on the April 4 edition of the weekly, local public affairs show, Southern Tier Close Up

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Constitution Pipeline Re-hearing Urged

Several property owners are pushing for a re-hearing on a recent ruling allowing the developers of the Constitution natural gas transmission pipeline to access their properties.

The landowners in the Twin Tiers say they are being bullied into accepting low payments and forced access to their properties

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Czech Pleeze Features Area Homemade Favorites

Binghamton Restaurant Week is being praised as a big success for local restaurants, diners and the charities benefitting from some of the proceeds.

Thousands of diners have enjoyed lunch and dinner specials at a number of Binghamton area restaurants over the past ten days

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Bill Parker Headed to Broadcasters Hall of Fame

Bill Parker, a long-time Binghamton radio and television personality, is about to join the New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

Parker has been a fixture in local broadcasting for decades. His first on-air job in Binghamton was at WNBF Radio in 1948

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Farmers’ Market Vendors Sought in Binghamton and Union

Farmers markets in the region are preparing for spring and the opportunity for local farmers to sell their crops.

The Town of Union is seeking vendors for the weekly Farmers Markets at Highland Park which start June 2 and run through September 22

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CSI, Endicott Adds Employees for New Contract Work

An Endicott-based company is announcing it has landed over two million dollars in new contracts.

Custom Systems Integration Incorporated, or CSI has gotten over $2.5 million in agreements for multiple design and manufacturing jobs for U-S Military Systems Integrators and for NASA

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

N.Y. Jets Will Not Train in Cortland

Cortland stands to lose millions of dollars with announcement that the New York Jets will not be back to Central New York for training camp.

The team is opting to have its three week conditioning sessions at its Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, New Jersey

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