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Five Suspected in West Corners Home Invasion.

Five people are in custody in connection with a home invasion early on June 8 in West Corners.

New York State Police say 25 year old Tyrone Lowney 28 year old Edward Long and 31 year old Roger Griffen, all of Binghamton along with 22 year old Kaimesha Delany of Harpursville and 26 year old Davon Wilkerson of Johnson City were arrested in connection with the Laurelton Drive burglary

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Binghamton Armed Robbery Reported

Little information is available concerning reports of a possible armed robbery near Columbus Park in the City of Binghamton.

The call came in at around 8:30 p.m. June 11 and indicated that two suspects, one possibly brandishing a handgun, demanded money from a man in the parking lot off Hawley Street

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Vehicular Manslaughter Charge Added in Roxbury Crash

The driver of a truck that crashed, head-on into a compact sport utility vehicle in the Town of Roxbury that claimed the life of a Jefferson woman is now being charged with vehicular manslaughter.

19 year old Thomas Schmiedel of Prattsville was initially charged with drunk driving following the crash June 7 on Route 23 in Delaware County

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Vandals Strike Again at Binghamton Ely Park Course

The Ely Park Golf Course in Binghamton has sustained thousands of dollars in damage as a result of two vandalism incidents in less than three weeks.

The operator of the course has posted a $1,000 reward after two greens were damaged sometime June 9-10

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Escapee-Inspired Graffiti at Binghamton Park

Graffiti inspired by the note left by the inmates who escaped from a state prison has been scrawled at a Binghamton park named in the memory of a girl who was killed in the neighborhood three decades ago

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Farmers’ Market Opens

The Downtown Binghamton Farmers’ Market opens June 12 at 9 a.m. on Collier Street.

The market will be open Fridays through October while Tuesday hours will resume July 7 and continue through September

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Johnson City Owed $1.5 Million in Parking Fines

An audit of the  Village of Johnson City accounts by New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office finds an irregularity in the Village Court's accounting software which raises concerns about accountability and shows the failure to collect $1

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Wysox Man Dies in Head-on Crash

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a head-on crash that claimed one life in Bradford County

Authorities say 79 year old Ivan Weaver of Wysox was founding a curve on State Route 6 in Standing Stone Township shortly before 1 p

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Tioga Downs Owner Donates to Tioga Central Schools

The Tioga Central School Districtt, which faces a second school budget vote this month, says Tioga Downs owner, Jeff Gural is to make a personal donation of $294,479 over the next two school years to help the financially strapped district

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Wyalusing Couple Charged in Baby’s Death

A Bradford County couple is charged with felony involuntary manslaughter and endangering the welfare of a child following the death in March of an 18 month old girl.

Pennsylvania State Police say 29 year old Ebed Shama Delozier and 34 year old Christine Delozier of Wyalusing were charged June 10 in connection with an investigation into the death of the child who had been taken to Towanda Medical Centerwith injuries March 23

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