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Three Charged in Town of Union Burglary

Three men are being held without bail in connection with the burglary of a vacant home in the Town of Union.

New York State Police say 54 year old Otis Bivins of Endicott, 32 year old Roger Edwards Junior of Endicott and 30 year old Russell Harris of Binghamton are accused of breaking into a home on Christina Court at 9:57 p

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Corpse Flower Blooms at Binghamton University

Only a few people got to see the full bloom of a rare but stinky plant at Binghamton University since the specimen decided to take its time and fully open at night.

The so-called corpse flower began to open at around 6 p

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Two Teens Die in Bradford County Head-on Crash

Two  Pennsylvania teenagers are dead in a two vehicle crash in which underage drinking, speed and failure to wear seat belts are listed as contributing factors.

State Police say 19 year old Troy Stone of Wyalusing was driving a Chevrolet Silverado on State Route 706 near the intersection with State Route 409 in Wyalusing at around 9:15 p

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Jeff Maggert Wins Dick’s Open

Jeff Maggert is the winner of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open as he finished 14 under par for a two stroke victory over Paul Goydos and four shots better than David Frost, Peter Senior, Jerry Smith, Corey Pavin and Ian Woosnam.

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Binghamton Mets File Photo
Binghamton Mets File Photo

Former Binghamton Mets GM Passes Away

The first General Manager of the Binghamton Mets has died.  R.C. Reuteman passed away on August 24th in Jacksonville, Florida at the age of 59.  Reuteman most recently was Sponsorship Sales Manager for the Jacksonville Suns of the Southern League

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Calls in the GumBusters

The city of Binghamton is using a specialized piece of equipment to tackle a sticky problem.

For decades, discarded chewing gum on downtown sidewalks has proven to be an unsightly and annoying issue

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Catholic Charities Closes Binghamton Cafe

A Binghamton restaurant which provided employment to people with mental health needs for nearly three decades has been closed.

Portfolio's Cafe, which was operated by Catholic Charities of Broome County, ceased operations at 2 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Bridge Pedal Winds Through Downtown Binghamton

A week after bicyclists sped through Binghamton in a blur for the Chris Thater races, the pace slows down and riders enjoy looking at the historic sites in the downtown area during the annual Binghamton Bridge Pedal

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csessums, flickr

Wayne Highlands Schools Delayed Before School Year

Several schools in Pennsylvania started their fall semester August 25, including in Susquehanna and Bradford Counties but the Wayne Highlands School District was not scheduled to start the school year until Monday, August 31st

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Sex Offender Sentenced For Vestal Knife-Point Assault

64 year old John Malowsky of Wyoming County will serve 15 years in prison for a brutal sexual assault on a Vestal woman in February 2013.

Malowsky, who is a convicted sex offender, was sentenced in Broome County Court August 27

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