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Johnson City’s Arch St. Bridge to be Renovated

A major road construction project is planned for next year in Johnson City.

A public information meeting was held yesterday to outline the planned Arch Street Bridge reconstruction project.

The nine-month long construction project beginning in April of next year will mean a detour for northbound traffic

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IBM Cuts Some Endicott Jobs

 

In spite of an announcement a few days ago by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo that IBM jobs were being protected and even added in Western New York and the Hudson Valley, International Business Machines is laying off in Endicott.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Tioga County Prepares for the Field Hearth and Home Show

The president of the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce, Gwen Kania and Tioga United Way executive director, Brian Eldridge outline plans for this year's Field, Hearth and Home Show on the March 1 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Town of Union Issues a Timeline for Dealing With Blighted West Endicott Property

 

Town of Union officials say they want the owners of a building on North Page Avenue to get off the dime and either fix up the property or demolish the former Endicott Johnson warehouse. 

The Town Board has unanimously voted in a timeline for the owner to address safety issues with the property.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Million Dollar Lottery Winner in Broome County

Kathy Whyte/ WNBF NewsIf you live in western Broome, your neighbor may be a millionaire. 

Officials with the New York State Lottery say on Valentine’s Day, someone bought a one million dollar Megga Millions lottery ticket at the Weis Market in West Corners

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Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin Adding Pages

The Press & Sun-Bulletin is about to make some changes to enhance the newspaper's print edition.

Executive editor Neill Borowski says additional features will debut starting Sunday, including the inclusion of additional pages from Gannett's USA Today paper.

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Ithaca Cemetery President Charged With Grand Larceny

A Tompkins County man has been accused of stealing more than $50,000 worth of property and cash from an Ithaca cemetery.

Authorities say 50-year-old Scott Goodrich of Enfield was charged with felony grand larceny

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photo by Kathy Whyte
photo by Kathy Whyte

Fracking Debated at Binghamton University

An estimated 300 people on both sides of the issue of high volume hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas in the region don’t appear to have been swayed either way by arguments presented in a debate at Binghamton University

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Big Plans for a Small Hotel in the Town of Dickinson

 

The Town of Dickinson may be getting a ‘microtel’ hotel.

During his State of the Town Address February 22, Supervisor Michael Marinaccio said a 70 unit hotel is planned at the site of the old Stella Ireland School near the Prospect Terrace Fire Station.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Arbitrator Orders Gas Company to Pay in Bradford County Contamination Claim

A report in a Bradford County, Pennsylvania newspaper says a Terry Township woman is being compensated tens of thousands of dollars by a drilling company for methane contamination in her water.

According to the report in the Daily Review, Jacqueline Place signed a lease in June 2008 that included a clause that would allow for arbitration should there be any damage caused by activity in the area by Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC.

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