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Union Members Picket at Binghamton City Hall

Several members of Laborers Local 785 demonstrated in downtown Binghamton today protesting the city's use of a New Jersey company for repair work at the three parking garages.

Maarv Waterproofing of Clifton is to be paid about $1

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Southern Tier Counties Compete for Clean Energy Money

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is looking for clean energy business proposals in the area for a chance to land $20 million in state funding.

The 76West competition is modeled after a similar initiative in Western New York

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Hydrant Flushing Planned for Port Dickinson

Residents in the Village of Port Dickinson may experience some discolored water May 2.

The water department will be flushing the fire hydrants starting at 9 p.m. May 1.

The action could result in cloudy or discolored water

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Express Mart Robbery Suspect Description Released

(New York State Police surveillance photo)

New York State Police are releasing more information about an armed robbery at a convenience store in the Village of Endicott April 28.

Officials say a white man is being sought in connection with the incident at 11:10 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Cal Harris Removed From Courtroom Following Outburst

Tempers continue to flare in the third murder trial of Calvin Harris of Spencer.

The former Tioga County car dealer, who is accused of killing his estranged wife in 2001, was removed from the courthouse in Schoharie County April 29 after yelling at the judge for “continuously siding with the prosecution! Shame on you!”

The jury was not present at the time of the outburst

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Broome Sheriff: Body Cameras Gain Acceptance

The Broome County sheriff says the department's deputies appear to be comfortable utilizing newly-issued body cameras.

David Harder earlier this month announced the agency had acquired 35 cameras to record interactions between department personnel and the public

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Flush Don’t Blush

If you are traveling through Binghamton's West Side don't be shocked if you see a rather unique lawn ornament adorning a a former Binghamton Mayor and current Seton Catholic Central Principal's lawn. 

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Tioga County Man Charged After Disturbance

A 24-year-old village of Spencer man was sent to Tioga County Jail following a disturbance at his residence.

Authorities say Jesey Smith of Liberty Street was charged with assault and unlawful imprisonment

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Man Wounded in Binghamton West Side Shooting

A 24-year-old man was hospitalized in stable condition after he was shot on the West Side of Binghamton.

Authorities say Lakeith Harris was wounded in the abdomen in the incident, which was reported shortly after 10 p

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Cortland Marietta Plant Cited for Safety Violations

 

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of Labor says a Central New York hotel soap and shampoo manufacturer is facing federal fines after allegedly exposing employees to chemical and fire hazards.

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