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Binghamton Mets Looking To Close Gap With Sea Dogs

The Binghamton Mets are looking to get their game back tonight when they meet the Sea Dogs in Portland, Maine.  That is....the game they lost in the Eastern Division standings to the first-place Sea Dogs

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Street Repaving Projects Slow Binghamton Traffic

Drivers traveling through Binghamton are coping with several paving and other projects.

Downtown traffic has been slowed with milling and repaving operations on sections of Henry and Water streets

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Johnson City Man Jailed After Dispute

Police in Johnson City say a village man was charged with felony criminal contempt following a reported domestic dispute.

Authorities say 32-year-old Darryl Lynch was arrested after a fight with a woman police described as a live-in girlfriend

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott Johnson Factory Cleanup

The Town of Union is taking control of securing a former Endicott Johnson shoe factory on Page Avenue after the owner allegedly ignored orders to maintain the property or demolish it.

Town Supervisor Rose Sotak says the town has secured part of the fencing around the building and has mowed a portion of the site

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WNBF news Photo/Roger Neel

New Focus on Off Campus Binghamton Student Safety

Binghamton University has a new Assistant Dean of Students for Off Campus Programs who is vowing to make student safety away from the Vestal campus a priority.

Milton Chester introduced himself to Binghamton City Council as more student housing downtown is scheduled to open in upcoming weeks

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cell Phone Photographs Prompt a Restaurant Ruckus in Delaware County

A Massachusetts woman is facing a harassment charge in Delaware County following a disagreement at a restaurant in the Town of Hamden.

Sheriff’s officials say 57 year old Donna Hamilton allegedly became upset at a customer at the restaurant who had apparently taken photos of her child with a cell phone

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

A Chenango County Man is Accused of Having Sex With a Child

A Chenango County man is accused of having sexual contact with a 13 year old.

Sheriff’s officials say 20 year old Thomas Knickerbocker of Sherburne was arrested after deputies investigated a suspicious vehicle in the Town of Norwich and found the man allegedly engaging in sexual contact with the child in the vehicle

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Wegman’s Recalls Fruit

Wegman’s is recalling nectarines, plums and peaches due to concerns about Listeria contamination.

The items would have been purchased between June 1 and July 20 and should be discarded.

Customers can go to the service desk and provide an estimated count of the product for a refund

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WNBF News/ Roger Neel Photo

Binghamton Mets Set For Key Series In Portland

In what could be a playoff preview the Binghamton Mets meet the Portland Sea Dogs at Hadlock Field in Portland, Maine tonight.  Gametime is 7 PM (air at 6:45 on News Radio 1290 WNBF).  The Sea Dogs are on top of the Eastern League's Eastern Division

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Seeks Comment On Secondhand Dealer Law

Broome County lawmakers are accepting public comment on a proposal to regulate so-called "secondhand dealers."

Local police officials have said the plan would help track stolen items.

When the proposed rules were announced, law enforcement agency representatives said the law would make it tougher for people to quickly sell someone else's property for drug money

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