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Berkshire Bridge Replacement is Discussed

The New York State Department of Transportation is taking comment from the public on a bridge replacement project.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Crews Hauling Away History from Westover Site

A massive demolition project in the Town of Union continues, as crews remove hundreds of tons of debris from the building that once housed BAE Systems.

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Alex Wong/Getty Images [file]

Scott Ely Discusses Victory in Fracking Lawsuit

A Susquehanna County man said the trial which resulted in a verdict against a big energy company in a water contamination case was a "nerve-racking" experience.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Workers Sprucing Up Downtown District

As the "winter that wasn't" draws to a close, city of Binghamton workers have been busy doing some early spring cleaning downtown.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Constitution Pipeline Plans are Delayed

The Constitution Pipeline will not be ready in the fourth quarter of this year as projected.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cabot Responsible for Water Contamination in Dimock

A jury in Scranton says Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation is responsible for contaminating the well water of two families in Susquehanna County while drilling for natural gas in the area.

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Photo: Getty Images

Binghamton Blighted Properties to be Razed

Binghamton mayor Richard David is releasing a list of 13 blighted properties due to be torn down as the city concentrates on improving neighborhoods outside of the downtown district.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Lead Testing Planned for Schools in Broome County

Several Broome County school districts are planning to test for lead in their water sources.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Carpenters Union Blasts Binghamton Mayor on PLA

Members of a union that represents carpenters demonstrated in downtown Binghamton to express their displeasure with the mayor's veto of a measure affecting a major sewage treatment plant project.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

More Brush Fires Battled in Twin Tiers

New York’s ban on open burning goes into effect next week but Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania has already prohibited burning to try to avoid brush fires.

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