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Southern Tier Secession Pushed

Residents from all over the Southern Tier and Central New York say they’ve had enough of the Empire State.

Dozens turned out for a rally in Bainbridge August 30 to push for a chunk of the so-called “Upstate” region to secede from New York and join Pennsylvania over gripes concerning the fracking ban, gun control and the Common Core education standards

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Corpse Flower Blooms at Binghamton University

Only a few people got to see the full bloom of a rare but stinky plant at Binghamton University since the specimen decided to take its time and fully open at night.

The so-called corpse flower began to open at around 6 p

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Northern Tier Gas Intrusion Settlement Finalized

Settlement agreements are now finalized between Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection and three natural gas companies operating in  Northeastern Pennsylvania for methane contamination in drinking water wells

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Cuomo Invited to New York State Secession Rally [LISTEN]

Representatives of groups supporting a New York State secession movement are planning a rally in Chenango County and they've decided to invited Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The event is to be held at the General Clinton Park in Bainbridge from 1:00 to 3:00 p

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Funds for Lead Abatement in Broome

U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand of New York are announcing federal funds for making Broome County homes safer.

The Democrats said August 24 over $2.9 million is coming from the Lead Hazard Control fund with $3,000 from Healthy Homes supplemental funding

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i3 May Flee Huron Campus Contamination

Some occupants of the former IBM site at the Heron Campus in Endicott are possibly planning to move out over contamination concerns according to a report in the Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin.

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Binghamton/Johnson City Sewer Plant Demo. Begins

The walls are tumbling down at the Binghamton/Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant, but unlike an incident four years ago when a wall of a digester collapsed, this time the destruction is on purpose

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New York State Fair Featured on Southern Tier Close Up

Appearing on the August 22 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, New York State Fair spokesman, Dave Bullard details the many changes coming to the 2015 State Fair, August 27-September 7 at the fairgrounds near Syracuse

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Chemical Spill Shut Down Route 12 Near Norwich

A mishap on New York State Route 12 in Norwich that shut down the road for hours brings back memories of the really bad Chevy Chase movie,Modern Problems.

Norwich Fire Chief Tracy Chawgo says there were no injuries as firefighters cleaned up spilled hydrochloric acid from the road next to the Autozone Store at around 12:30 p

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Binghamton Code Enforcement Sweeps are Underway

Binghamton Mayor Richard David moves out of his office and onto the streets with one city department at least temporarily.

The Mayor is talking about this year’s wave of code enforcement sweeps

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