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Services and Parades Honor Fallen Heroes

Numerous parades and services were held around the area this Memorial Day.  Veterans and families were among many taking part in parades that began this morning and continued through this afternoon with a parade in Binghamton.  The Binghamton parade began at American Legion Post 76 on Main Street at 2:00 PM and ended at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.

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Memorial Day Weekend Holiday Traffic

Police across New York and Pa. are stepping up their patrols and checkpoints this holiday weekend.  Governor Cuomo directed New York State officials to suspend most highway and bridge work for the long weekend to prevent traffic congestion where possible.  The Governor also announced that State Police will add numerous sobriety checkpoints on roadways throughout New York.

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WNBF News/Roger Neel photo

Memorial Day Weekend

Parades and memorial services are planned throughout the area this Memorial Day.  At one time Memorial Day was every May 30th.  In 1971 Congress passed the National Holiday Act of 1971 which changed Memorial Day to the last Monday in May

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WNBF News/Kathy Whyte Photo

Seton Catholic Central Raises $18,000 to Fight Cancer

Seton Catholic Central students raised $18,000 for the American Cancer Society last weekend in their Third Annual Relay For Life event held at the high school.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

More Outdoor Dining Coming to Downtown Binghamton

The number of downtown Binghamton establishments offering outdoor options for those who want to enjoy a meal or a beverage is growing.

Galaxy Brewing Company is planning to set up tables on the Washington Street pedestrian mall

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Doug Austin Photo
Doug Austin Photo

Bearcat Track & Field Standouts Head to NCAA Regional

Two Binghamton University Track & Field standouts are heading to the NCAA East Regional Track & Field Meet at North Florida on May 28-30. Senior middle distance runner Jesse Garn and sophomore jumper Keishorea Armstrong  have advanced to the Regional event.

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CBS News [file]

CBS News Program to Report on Third Harris Trial

The CBS News program 48 Hours will reexamine the case of Calvin Harris, the Tioga County man who has been tried three times in connection with the 2001 disappearance of his estranged wife, Michele Harris.

Correspondent Erin Mo

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Tioga Central School District Schedules a Budget Re-Vote

The Tioga Central School District plans a re-do on its budget proposal that was rejected May 19.  The school board plans a new budget vote June 16 since the plan did not get the super-majority needed to pass with a 30% tax increase

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Cloned Credit Cards Seized in Vestal

Vestal Police say two Brooklyn residents are accused of using cloned credit cards to buy a large amount of gift cards from merchants in the town.

22 year old Junior Joseph and 19 year old Johnathan Grant were approached by police in a parking lot at the Parkway Plaza after being notified by merchants about suspicious transactions using multiple credit cards

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Update: Virginia Woman Dies in Delaware County Crash

The woman who was driving a vehicle on Interstate 88 in Delaware County that crashed May 20, injuring all the occupants, has died.

New York State Police say 25 year old Ericka Sa-Keema of Lorton, Virginia succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead at Wilson Hospital

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