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No Reprieve For Tioga County Bus Service

Tioga County's public transportation system will shut down at the end of the week.

County lawmakers voted in September to pull the plug on Ride Tioga, which has been operated under contract by First Transit

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Date Set for New York Casino Recommendations

The casino location board in New York State says it will make its recommendations as to which locations should be granted gaming licenses on December 17.

The panel had been expected to make its recommendations at the end of October or mid-November

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Area Loses Hundreds Of Jobs

The Binghamton labor market lost another 300 jobs over the past year. That's according to the monthly employment report released by the state Department of Labor.

The number of nonfarm jobs in Broome and Tioga counties dropped by 0

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Construction To Start On Dickinson Hotel Project

A long-delayed hotel project in the town of Dickinson is moving forward.

Town supervisor Michael Marinaccio says the building will be constructed on the site of a former school in Prospect Terrace

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton Parking Project Delayed

Work on a controversial parking lot in downtown Binghamton is expected to resume in the spring.

The $336,000 project to remove the Washington Street pedestrian mall north of Court Street was announced by Mayor Richard David three weeks ago

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Binghamton Kosher Dairy Facility To Open

Milk processing could resume within a few months at a landmark dairy plant in Binghamton.

The Crowley Foods facility on Conklin Avenue was shut down by HP Hood about two-and-a-half years ago. About 54 people had been working at the plant when it was closed

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

NYSEG Plans More Tree Removal/Trimming in Binghamton

New York State Electric and Gas plans to trim more trees in local neighborhoods next spring, but vows they will not take the drastic measures that drew criticism this year from residents on the West Side of Binghamton

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Finger Lakes Asphalt Pays Customers for Alleged Overcharges

The New York State Attorney General’s office accuses a contractor operating in the Binghamton region of bilking people with a paving scam.

Joshua and Robert Cooper, doing business under the name Finger Lakes Asphalt have agreed to pay over $8,000 to a half dozen customers who fell for their claim that they could pave driveways at a reduced price using a leftover load of asphalt

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Casino License Recommendation is Delayed

A panel tasked with reviewing applications for casino licenses in New York state is nearing recommendations on where they should go but is weeks behind the anticipated date for an announcement.

The commission had been expected to make a decision by the end of October or early November

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

New Wave Of Binghamton Demolitions Begins

Another round of demolition work has started in an ongoing effort to remove abandoned buildings in Binghamton.

Mayor Richard David says residents of all city neighborhoods have expressed concern about the effect blighted properties are having

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