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Downtown Binghamton Building Plan Gains Support

A Binghamton developer has outlined his proposal to build a mid-rise building at a city-owned downtown site.

Mark Yonaty of Greater Binghamton Development answered questions during a city council committee meeting on his plan for the property at the southeast corner of Court and State streets

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Downtown Binghamton Demolition Site Nearly Cleared

Tons of debris have been removed from the site of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers building in downtown Binghamton.

Workers last week demolished the Water Street structure, which was gutted by a fast-moving fire on April 30

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Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Endicott Limo Company Fined In Tip Investigation

A Broome County limousine service has been ordered to make restitution to drivers who were said to have been cheated outed of tips paid by customers.

According to the New York State attorney general's office, Coachmaster Transportation of Endicott must pay $20,000 to workers, along with a $20,000 fine

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

NYSEG Using Hybrid Bucket Truck In Binghamton Area

One of the bucket trucks NYSEG's using for streetlight repairs is quieter than traditional vehicles employed by the utility.

The Altec hybrid bucket truck utilized by NYSEG in the Binghamton area can be spotted by its specially-designed graphics which identify it as an electric vehicle that's "clean" and "quiet

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton University Freshmen to Conduct Research

Binghamton University has $1.2 million in grant money to launch its Freshman Research Immersion program.

The project will afford freshmen a rare chance to do hands-on research.

The five year grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute followed a nationwide competition

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Fire-Wrecked Binghamton Building Demolished

Following preparation work over the past several days, heavy demolition equipment started tearing down the Ellis Brothers Contemporary Furniture building in downtown Binghamton.

The historic brick structure sustained heavy damage in an April 30 fire

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Crews Prepare For Downtown Binghamton Demolition

Workers have been positioning equipment and making preparations for the demolition of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers Furniture building in downtown Binghamton.

City officials on Wednesday announced the Water Street structure would be torn down because engineers determined it could collapse

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Broome County’s Computer Polices Are Faulted in State Audit

New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office is finding fault with Broome County's controls over its computerized data from the beginning of 2012 to August of last year.

An audit by the comptroller says the county has not adopted an information breach notification policy or a disaster recovery plan

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Traditions Casino May Be Operated By Seneca Nation

A group hoping to open a casino in the town of Union has announced an operating agreement with a company established by the Seneca Nation of Indians.

The owners of Traditions at the Glen say they've come to terms on a partnership with Seneca Gaming Corporation

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Two Weis Markets in Broome County to Close

 

Weis Markets is planning to close two stores in the Binghamton area. 

Weis officials announced  that the stores on Main Street in Binghamton and on Harry L. Drive in Johnson City will be closing. 

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