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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Winter Parking Rules in Binghamton & Johnson City

Winter parking rules in Binghamton and Johnson City start.

In both municipalities, drivers have to park on the side of the street that corresponds with the next calendar day number at 5 p

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Kopernik Space and Science Center photo
Kopernik Space and Science Center photo

Reach for the Stars on Southern Tier Close Up

You can't say there is nothing to do in the winter in the Twin Tiers.

Education coordinator for the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center, Roy Williams, appearing on Saturday's edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, goes over some of the many winter programs being offered at the center on Underwood Road in Vestal...

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Bob Joseph/ WNBF News photo
Bob Joseph/ WNBF News photo

Binghamton Okays Project Labor Agreement

Binghamton City Council is giving the okay, narrowly, to a project labor agreement favoring local labor unions for work on the Binghamton/Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant

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Chicago Endures Third Day Of Heavy Snowfall
Scott Olson

A Year Ago, the Big Snow in Buffalo

The American Red Cross is urging all residents to remember “Snowvember 2014”, when parts of Western New York were buried in as much as eight feet of snow on November 18

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Tigers on the Move

There soon will be no tigers at Ross Park Zoo in Binghamton.

Officials at the Binghamton zoo have announced that sister Amur Tigers, Koosaka and Terney are being sent to separate zoos in Pennsylvania for breeding as part of the Species Survival Plan...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Town of Owego Boil Water Advisory Lifted

A boil water advisory for hundreds of homes in the town of Owego was discontinued November 3 as officials try to determine what caused a water line to rupture...

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csessums, flickr
csessums, flickr

Whitney Point School Improvement Vote

Residents in the Whitney Point School District will be deciding whether to go forwards with over $13 million for capital improvements that will also include projects like lockdown alarms, stage lighting and new pre-kindergarten classrooms with no impact to the residential tax rate...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

200,000 Gallons of Water Lost in Town of Owego

A boil-water advisory remains in effect for hundreds of homes in the Tioga Terrace area of the town of Owego after a water line ruptured, causing a dramatic drop in a reservoir...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Owego Residents are Told to Boil Water

Some Town of Owego residents are under a boil water advisory.

Town officials say Shady Hill Road in the area of Perry and Eland Drive, Laine Court, Jennifer Lane, Lori, Rebecca, Cara and Megan Drive, Beth Drive, the intersection of Laine Court and East Main Road to Route 434 and the intersection of East Main Road and Route 434 to Old Owego Road are affected, along with the Tioga Terrace areas of Glann Road to Alpine Drive, Highland, Susan, Overbrook and Frederick Drive, Brookside, Griffin Drive, Tioga Boulevard, Boland, Riverview and Terrace Drive along with Brown Lane, Cooper Drive, Bowlen Road and Crescent Drive and the Toby Road and Stephens Road trailer park areas...

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Broome County photo
Broome County photo

Otsiningo Park Trails are Widened & Improved

Broome County officials say upgrades to the trail at Otsiningo Park in the Town of Dickinson are complete.

County Executive Debra Preston joined County Legislative Chairman, Jerry Marinich, Director of Parks and Recreation, Art Garrison and Senior Engineer, Leslie Boulton to announce the widening of the trail and the repair of drainage issues in some spots...

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