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Binghamton Blighted Properties to be Razed

Binghamton mayor Richard David is releasing a list of 13 blighted properties due to be torn down as the city concentrates on improving neighborhoods outside of the downtown district.

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A 1968 description of the Link simulator provided by the Center for Technology and Innovation.
A 1968 description of the Link simulator provided by the Center for Technology and Innovation.

Link Apollo Simulator Coming Back to Binghamton

A piece of United States space history is returning to the Binghamton area.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Carpenters Union Blasts Binghamton Mayor on PLA

Members of a union that represents carpenters demonstrated in downtown Binghamton to express their displeasure with the mayor's veto of a measure affecting a major sewage treatment plant project.

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Sodexo’s Labor Practices are Protested

Dozens staged a rally at the Vestal campus to call for better pay for Sodexo workers.

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Giant Solar Farm Planned for Conklin

Broome County officials say an enormous solar farm is to be developed at the Broome Corporate Park in Conklin.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Binghamton to Host Veterans’ Conventions

Broome County Executive Debra Preston says the area has been selected as the location of the 98th annual New York State American Legion Convention, the 96th annual New York State Auxiliary Convention and the 42nd annual Sons of the American Legion Convention.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

CopperTop Tavern Under Construction in Vestal

Workers are busy preparing a new restaurant which is scheduled to open this spring in the University Plaza in Vestal.

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Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo
Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo

Assemblywoman Lupardo Presents on Hemp

The Southern Tier’s representative to the New York State Assembly is offering her views on the future benefits of cultivating hemp in New York State.

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The Binghamton Job Market Posts Gains

The Binghamton Job Market is recording a small growth in non-farm jobs for the year.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Year-Round Farmers Market Nearing Completion

A long-awaited year-round farmers market in the Town of Dickinson could open in a matter of months.

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