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2006 Flood 10 Year Anniversary

The region is remembering the devastation suffered ten years ago when torrential rains caused rivers and streams to overflow.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

DOT: Fishing In Binghamton Work Zone Illegal

An easy-to-access area under a Binghamton highway interchange has become a new hot spot for fishing. It may be popular but it's also illegal.

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Mark Renders/Getty Images News

Former IBM Employees Hold 1st Reunion

Former IBM workers are gathering for their first reunion in Endicott while a new study on contamination is called "flawed."

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

East Clinton Street Bridge Work Planned

The East Clinton Street Bridge in Binghamton is on the short-list for rehabilitation.

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Falling Trees Cause Trouble in Broome and Chenango

A tree coming down on a New York State Electric and Gas transmission line near Glenwood Road in the Town of Dickinson is blamed for pulling the plug on close to 53-hundred NYSEG customers in Broome County.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Greenway Plans Discussed

A public meeting is scheduled for June 1 to talk about plans to extend the Two Rivers Greenway pedestrian and bicycle path on Route 434 in the City of Binghamton.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Old Vestal Road Westbound Closes

There will be no westbound traffic on Vestal Road between Bunn Hill and Murray Hill Roads for two years to accommodate Binghamton/ Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant construction.

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Black Bear Visits Binghamton’s West Side

A black bear visited the area of Front and Leroy Street near the River House apartments and Roberson Museum.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Binghamton Cleans Up Bulk Trash

The City of Binghamton is waiving fees for collection of bulky trash items through Friday, May 27th to accommodate departing Binghamton University students.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Launches More Street Repairs

Work is underway on the latest round of Binghamton’s goal of refurbishing 15 miles of streets and infrastructure a year.

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