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Two Gas Lawsuits Are Dismissed

Another legal challenge to the delay in a decision on whether natural gas drilling should be allowed in New York State is sunk.

A State Judge has dismissed two lawsuits filed by the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York and the trustee of the estate of Norse Energy, which went bankrupt during the on-going moratorium

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Changes Considered For Johnson City Post Office

People who use a small neighborhood post office in Johnson City are concerned about its future.

The United States Postal Service is evaluating operations of the Bible School Park post office, which is located on the Davis College campus off Riverside Drive

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

West Endicott Residents May Fight PVC Pipe Plant

Some people who live near a recently-opened town of Union factory that makes PVC pipe products are contemplating legal action because of ongoing concerns about the operation.

Angry neighbors of the National Pipe and Plastics facility in West Endicott met Wednesday evening at the George F

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Southern Tier Casino Applications Are In

One of the smaller offerings of a casino license proposal sent to the New York Statek State Gaming Commission ahead of the 4 p.m. June 30 deadline weighed in at only a few thousand pages for an application for Orange County

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Photo by Kathy Whyte

New York’s High Court Upholds Municipalities’ Zoning Rules

Municipalities in New York State have the right to control how properties within their borders are used.

New York’s highest court yesterday morning ruled in favor of municipalities like Dryden in Tompkins County, which put a ban on hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas within the town

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Railroad Work To Close Busy Endwell Street

A section of Hayes Avenue in Endwell will be closed to through traffic for several days because of scheduled work at a railroad crossing.

Town of Union officials say Hayes Avenue between North Street and Wayne Street will be out of service from Monday through Thursday

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Lockheed Martin in Owego Lands Helicopter Work

Lockheed Martin, paired with Sikorsky Aircraft is celebrating another big government contract.

Officials announced yesterday the partners have been awarded a $1.28 billion with the U-S Air force to build a new fleet of combat rescue helicopters

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Runway Rehabilitation Planned At Endicott Airport

Endicott's Tri-Cities Airport will receive $1.4 million in federal funds for repairs and other upgrades.

The money for the project is coming from the United States Department of Transportation

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Water Damage Closes Downtown Binghamton Store

The CVS store on Court Street in downtown Binghamton was closed today because of water damage, apparently related to the heavy rains that fell across the region Wednesday.

Signs on the front and back doors of the business indicated the store was not open but did not provide information as to when operations might resume

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Last In Projected U.S. Economic Growth

The Binghamton region is receiving some less-than-flattering national attention in an economic growth forecast released by the United States Conference of Mayors.

The area comes in dead last out of 363 metro area economies ranked by projected growth over the n

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