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Input Sought for Possible N.Y. Fishing Regulation Changes

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is taking suggestions from anglers about some proposed changes to freshwater fishing rules, eliminating some that just didn't work and possibly expanding seasons and limits on other regulations

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Town of Union Flood Frustration

Residents and elected officials in the Town of Union say they are frustrated by how long it's been taking to recover from the unprecedented flooding of 2011.

Public forums on the town's ReUNION Project 2020 are being held to discuss long-term plans for housing, parks and recreation facilities and other recovery issues

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Lots of Rain But Little Damage in Latest Southern Tier Storm

The National Weather Service in Binghamton says the 1.71 inches of rain recorded last evening sets a record for rainfall on July 7 by .09 of an inch.

While numerous flash flood warnings were issued, area emergency services officials say there were few problems

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Broome Train Derailment Blamed on Rain

The recent rainy weather in the Southern Tier is being blamed for contributing to the derailment of a New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway Train near Whitney Point.

Six cars carrying construction and demolition debris skipped the tracks at around 6:15 a

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Binghamton To Hold Meeting On Tree Cutting

The city of Binghamton has scheduled a meeting to discuss the need for tree maintenance around utility lines.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the session will be held at the Binghamton High School cafeteria starting at 6 p

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Owego Town Officials Reopen Hickories Park

A popular park in eastern Tioga County has reopened after being closed because of concerns that rising water might cause problems.

Town of Owego officials ordered Hickories Park to be shut down Tuesday night as a precaution

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Flash Flooding Possible in Twin Tiers

The National Weather Service in Binghamton is warning residents to be aware of the possibility of flash flooding for possibly several days with thunderstorms predicted into early next week.

NOAA had issued a flash flood watch starting at 2 p

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Broome IDA Sets Hearing For Vestal Nursing Home

The Broome County Industrial Development Agency plans to hold a public hearing next week in connection with a Vestal nursing home project.

The companies that are working to build a facility on Sheedy Road, just west of Route 26, are seeking a tax break from the agency

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New Flood Recovery Money Possible

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says as much as $500 million could go to communities struggling to recover from recent flooding and to prepare for possible future events.

The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program is expected to be available state-wide, but especially targeted to areas that were heavily damaged by Tropical Storm Lee, Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy

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Don’t Release That Bat!

With summer quickly approaching, the number of bat and human encounters is sure to rise.  The Broome County Health Department is asking everyone to adhere to the following when it comes to bat exposure and rabies:

  • Potential exposure of the rabies virus by way of bats can be limited by vaccinating your animals as well as maintaining the exterior of your home.
  • The

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