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Some Chenango County Roads Still Closed

Chenango County Emergency Services officials say they expect portions of some roads in the county to be closed for the long-term after culverts were washed out by heavy rain on August 1.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Investigators Puzzled By Binghamton Mercury Spill

Authorities are perplexed by the spill of several ounces of mercury in a Binghamton neighborhood.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF

Town of Chenango Water Taste Test Tops

The Town of Chenango is coming out on top for its water.

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Study Says Cougars Could Reduce Upstate Crashes

The University of Washington has completed a study that says reintroduction of cougars could reduce deer/vehicle crashes by 22 percent in three decades.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Storm Damage & Flooding in Norwich

Emergency Services officials in Chenango County say motorists may find some lingering issues from flash flooding that resulted from a strong storm sweeping through the area August 1.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Southern Tier Drought Advisories Expand

About a day after Owego, Endicott and the Town of Union requested residents taken voluntary measures to conserve water, the Village of Whitney Point has now also issued an advisory.

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Village of Endicott photo
Village of Endicott photo

Water Levels “Very Low” in Endicott and Union

A water conservation directive has been issued to thousands of people and businesses served by the Endicott water system.

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KFOR

Tornado Confirmed in Bradford County

The National Weather Service is confirming a tornado touched down just south of Towanda in Bradford County.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Westover Demolition Job Enters Sixth Month

A nearly-$20 million dollar project to remove a flood-wrecked manufacturing complex in the Town of Union is continuing.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Statewide Drought Watch Declared in New York

Unusually dry conditions across New York have resulted in the issuance of a statewide drought watch.

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