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Broome Mental Health Clinic Hearing Held

Dozens of people turned out for a meeting hosted by some Broome County Legislators to talk about the potential closing of the Broome County Mental Health Clinic.

The current county budget proposal calls for eliminating 20 jobs from the facility

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Groups Claim Cuomo’s Office Edited Federal Fracking Study

Capital New York is publicizing a recent federal study into the effects of hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas in the Southern Tier that has anti-fracking factions up in arms.

A review of the study has Citizen Action claiming the Cuomo administration manipulated and edited the findings to remove some references to health and environmental risks associated with methane gas and the transmission of gas through the region via pipeline.

The

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Broome Health Department Offering Flu Vaccine

The first Broome County Health Department flu vaccine clinic of the season will be held today.

Flu shots will be available at the health department offices at 225 Front Street in Binghamton.

Today's clinic will operate from 9 a

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Don Morgan/ WNBF News

Cooking Light Magazine Featured on News Radio 1290 WNBF

Kathy's recipes and Foodie Friday continues to gain in popularity, even gaining national attention as Cooking Light Magazine discovered WNBF.com and called to offer an interview with Executive Chef Anna Bullett.

Kath

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KathyWhyte/ WNBF News

Price Chopper Issued Pulled Pork Recall

According to consumers contacted by Price Chopper Supermarkets, the company is calling back its store brand barbeque pulled pork that is sold in the deli section.  Company officials say the cold meat could contain unlisted allergens like milk, wheat and soy

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Suicide Prevention is Discussed on Southern Tier Close Up

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month.

Speaking on the September 20 edition of the local weekly public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, Melinda Kametz of the Broome County Health Department Mental Health Division talks about recognizing indications that a young person or adult may be contemplating suicide

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

UE Students’ Emotional Wellbeing to be Evaluated

The Union Endicott School Superintendent is advising parents of K-8 grade students that their children will be taking home a survey regarding the emotional well-being of students.

In her advisory posted in the UE weekly news letter, Suzanne McLeod offered an explanation from the Broome County Clinic Plus Coordinator

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Looks to End Veteran Homelessness

Binghamton Mayor Richard David has appointed members to a new commission he hopes will address the issue of homeless veterans in the community.

The Mayor has signed an agreement with the field officer for the U

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Former Binghamton Mayor and Pro-Fracker Involved in a Reported Bar Confrontation

A staunch supporter of natural gas drilling in New York State says he was shoved over three bar stools by anti-fracking supporter and former Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan.

Victor Furman says he filed a police report following the August 20th incident at Davy’s Last Chance Saloon on Route 12 in Chenango Forks in which he and Ryan engaged in another heated exchange about fracking

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

All Paws for a Cause Dog Walk Featured on Southern Tier Close Up

YWCA, Binghamton ENCOREplus coordinator Crystal Lown is on the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up August 16 and talks about the 13th Annual All Paws for a Cause Dog Walk for Breast Cancer Prevention

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