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New Binghamton Agreement With Boscov’s

Details of a revised agreement between the city of Binghamton and the operators of downtown's only department store are expected to be released soon.

The Pennsylvania-based Boscov's chain opened the Binghamton store at Court and Water streets 29 years ago this month

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Binghamton Airport Chief Surprised By Merger Challenge

Broome County aviation commissioner Carl Beardsley says he's "very surprised" by the federal government's move to block the merger of US Airways with American Airlines.

The Justice Department, along with Pennsylvania and five other states, have filed a lawsuit to challenge the plan that would create the world's largest airline

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Bus Station Diner Adding Hours

The recently-opened diner at the downtown Binghamton bus station is preparing to expand its operating hours.

George Slavik Jr., an owner of Elsie's Diner, says the eatery soon will stay open until seven o'clock on Friday and Sunday evenings

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New York Sporting Licenses on Sale Now

Outdoors men and women can go to New York State Department of Environmental Conservation license sales outlets across the state now to buy their 2013-2014 licenses for the next hunting, trapping and fishing seasons

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Sewage Plant Repairs Begin in Vestal

Binghamton area motorists who prefer to avoid Vestal Parkway by opting to take Vestal Road, are seeing much more activity around the Binghamton/Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant.

Major demolition work is underway on a $90 million repair to the plant, which was heavily damaged in the 2006 flood, had a portion of a wall collapse in May, 2011 prior to being damaged again by the September, 2011 flood

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Champion Speedway Owner Charged With 34 Felony Counts

The owner of Champion Speedway in Owego, 37 year old Jason Bonsignore of Rochester, is charged with over two dozen counts of offering a false instrument for filing under the New York State Penal Law

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Johnson City to Improve Its Streetscape

Officials in the Village of Johnson City are talking about the appearance of the Center Village district following the receipt of a $10,000 award for streetscape design.

The Village competed against Endicott and the Town of Union for a chance to improve the appearance of storefronts on Main Street

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Photo by Kathy Whyte WNBF

Busy Time for the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce

Tioga County Chamber of Commerce President, Martha Sauerbrey, Speaking on the August 9 edition of the local weekly public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, says the chamber is always busy but now has several events planned for the next couple months

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Southern Tier Schools Left Out of Yogurt Pilot Program

Schools in the Southern Tier are apparently not included in recently announced plans to serve New York State produced Greek-style yogurt in public schools.

BOCES officials in Broome County say they were recently informed that the local districts in the system are not included in the pilot program that had been touted by U

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

High-Tech Innovation Hot-Spot Proposed for Binghamton, Corning & Ithaca

The Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council is looking at establishing a sort of development-triangle with points in Binghamton, Ithaca and Corning to help spark new business in the region

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