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The Town of Union’s Big Plans for Rebuilding Up For Review

The Town of Union has big plans for the flooded-out BAE Systems facility on Main Street in Westover.

Officials have released a 167 page document that outlines the possible redevelopment of the U-S Air Force-owned property that was abandoned by BAE when flood waters in September, 2011 damaged the sprawling 27 acre complex beyond repair.

The Town’s

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Ceremony Marks Renaming Of Broome County Arena

A ceremony to acknowledge the renaming of the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena was held at the four-decade-old facility in downtown Binghamton today.

The venue now is known as the "Floyd L

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Price Chopper Issued Pulled Pork Recall

According to consumers contacted by Price Chopper Supermarkets, the company is calling back its store brand barbeque pulled pork that is sold in the deli section.  Company officials say the cold meat could contain unlisted allergens like milk, wheat and soy

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

PennDOT to Look For Natural Gas Fueling Stations

Pennsylvania is looking for a private partner to develop compressed natural gas fueling stations at transit agencies around the Keystone State that would also be available to the public.

PennDOT officials say the move follows the Pennsylvania Public Private Partnership Board’s approval of the development of the fueling stations

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WNBF News/ Roger Neel Photo

Binghamton Area Construction Progress Reported

New York State Department of Transportation and City of Binghamton officials report a couple big road projects are nearing completion.

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says Riverside Drive is on track to be reopened by November

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Seinfeld Binghamton Tickets Sell Out

Tickets for Jerry Seinfeld's two scheduled performances at the Forum Theatre in Binghamton sold out quickly.

Box office sales for the pair of Broome County shows began just before 10 a.m. Friday

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Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo and Assemblyman Clifford Crouch Visit Local Farms

Some regional representatives to the New York State Assembly are headed down on the farm.

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo of Endwell and Assemblyman Clifford Crouch of Bainbridge had plans to stop at Apple Hills on Brooks Road in Binghamton and two other local farms

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New Name Signs Installed At Binghamton Arena

Six months after a naming rights deal was announced, two prominent exterior signs have been installed on the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.

Maines Paper and Food Service is to pay Broome County $75,000 annually as part of the rights agreement

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Downtown Binghamton Pizza Shop Prepares To Reopen

Operations at a Binghamton pizza restaurant could be back to normal soon after nearly five months of disruption caused by a downtown fire that destroyed a neighboring building.

Nirchi's Pizza at 166 Water Street was closed for a few days following the blaze that ripped through the Ellis Brothers Furniture store

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Conklin Dairy Warehouse To Be Operated By NJ Firm

A New Jersey-based company has announced it plans to use a Broome County dairy products distribution facility that had been expected to close next month.

Balford Farms of Burlington today said it has reached a deal with HP Hood to transfer the Crowley dairy operations that have been served from a Conklin warehouse

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