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Binghamton’s Mayor Discusses Design

Binghamton Mayor Richard David is one of eight mayors invited a two-day conference in Syracuse dealing with how design can improve cities.

The 2014 East Regional Session of the Mayor’s Institute on City Design was being held October 23-24 at the Syracuse University School of Architecture

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

245 Packets of Heroin Seized in Binghamton

The New York State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Team and Gun Investigation Unit along with the Vestal Police say 245 envelopes of heroin have been seized following the search of a Binghamton home

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton’s Budget is Approved

Taxes in the City of Binghamton will go up .48% after City Council voted 5-0 to approve Republican Mayor Richard David’s first proposed budget.

Two council members were absent.

A big push in the ledger was for more focus on police and fire services

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Binghamton Home Invasion Under Investigation (Update)

Binghamton Police now say two teens are charged in the reported armed home invasion in the First Ward October 22.

In addition to the arrest of 18 year old Angel Alicea of Johnson City, Police say they have also arrested a 15 year old Binghamton boy

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Stock photo provided by Delaware County Sheriff's officials
Stock photo provided by Delaware County Sheriff's officials

Pa. Trooper Killer Link to Stolen Car Investigated in Delaware County

Officials in Delaware County and in the Poconos area of Pennsylvania say they are being cautious as they investigate the discovery of a stolen car in Bovina, New York that had been taken from an area in the Poconos October 18

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Broome County Sheriff photo

New York’s Move Over Law May be Strengthened

An incumbent New York State Senator seeking reelection is announcing a bill he says will strengthen the ‘Move-Over’ law.

Republican Thomas Libous of Binghamton has announced the Crash Zone Safety Act that would require drivers to not only slow down and move over for emergency and hazard vehicles but would establish a 500 foot emergency speed zone and stiffer penalties for violators around crash sites

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Skin Care Products Stolen in Cortlandville

An Endicott man is accused of stealing hundreds of dollars in skin care products.

Cortland County Sheriff’s officials say 23 year old Adam Morneau is charged with petit larceny.

Deputies accused Morneau of taking $498

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Phil Walter/Getty Images

Endwell Methamphetamine Lab Stumbled on During Warrant Search

Four Southern Tier residents are accused of manufacturing methamphetamine in Endwell.

The Broome County Sheriff’s Office Highway Patrol Division showed up at a home on Wilson Avenue on the evening of October 20 to look for a person wanted on a probation violation when they say they found four people in the process of using the ‘One Pot’, otherwise known as “Shake and Bake’ method to make methamphetamine

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Photo Courtesy of the Delaware County Sheriff's Office
Photo Courtesy of the Delaware County Sheriff's Office

Big Meth. Bust in Willet

Six Cortland County residents are charged with felony drug possession and other counts, including endangering the welfare of a child after Cortland County Sheriff’s officials investigated a possible methamphetamine manufacturing operation in a small apartment on route 42 in Willet

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Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Frying Pan-Wielding Willet Man Charged With Assault

Cortland County Sheriff's officials say a man suffered a huge cut to his forehead and several chipped teeth after an acquaintance smacked him in the face with a frying pan.

Deputies say the 24 year old man was staying at the Route 41 home of 32 year old Michael Johnson when he was hit in the face while sleeping at 9:18 a

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