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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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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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Partial Refunds Paid for Failed Casino License Proposals

The bidders on the losing end of the awarding of casino licenses in New York State  are getting a little bit of their one million dollar filing fee back.

13 casino proposals were left behind by the state last year

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New York Budget is Passed

New York State has a new budget on the start of its fiscal year.

The State Assembly approved the $142 billion spending plan early April1, the start of the state fiscal year, after Senate approval late the night before

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Busy Binghamton Bridge to Close For Five Months

A long-delayed bridge reconstruction project is about to get underway in Binghamton.

The Exchange Street bridge is expected to be out of service for vehicular traffic for more than five months

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Reynolds Takes Office As Whitney Point Mayor

Ryan Reynolds says after signing his oath of office April 1, he gets right to work as mayor of the village of Whitney Point.

The 28-year-old Reynolds, a Democrat, defeated Republican challenger Jason Somers by a margin of 83 to 73 in the election two weeks ago

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Photo illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Mayor: “Good Chance” for Binghamton Casino Bid

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says he believes "there's a good chance" an application for a casino license will be submitted to the state.

New York's Gaming Commission has issued a request for casino license applications from the Southern Tier.

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Wegmans Recalls Frozen Spinach

Wegmans grocery chain and Amy’s Kitchen frozen foods are recalling spinach products under concern of possible Listeria contamination.

Wegmans is recalling its frozen Organic Food You Feel Good About Just Picked Frozen Spinach with the best used by dates of January 27, 2017, code 50265 and February 2, 2017, code 50335

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