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New York State Senate Debate On WNBF

Incumbent New York State Senator Thomas Libous and challenger Andrea Starzak held a spirited one-hour debate this morning on Binghamton Now hosted by Bob Joseph.  Libous, a Republican and Starzak, a Democrat, discussed issues relevant to the Greater Binghamton community as well as New York State

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WNBF News/ Sean Holbert Photo

Binghamton Columbus Day Tournament of Band Set to Step Off

 

The annual Columbus Day Tournament of Bands high school band competition and the Italian Festival take place starting at 9 a.m. October 13 in Downtown Binghamton. 

Motorists should be aware that Court Street and Water Street will be closed most of the day.  C

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Kathy Whyte WNBF News photo

Missing Windsor Man Found on Susquehanna River Island

Broome County Sheriff David Harder is extending his thanks to searchers who set out early October 9 to look for a 30 year old Windsor man who had been reported missing from Locust Street in the Village since October 7

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Chobani Donates to Turkish Refugees

The global stage has just gotten closer to home in the Southern Tier and Central New York.

The Turkish-born Founder of Chobani Yogurt, which has a manufacturing facility in New Berlin, is pledging to send $2 million to help the refugees fleeing the fighting against the Islamic State militants along Turkey's borders with Syria and Iraq

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Binghamton Senators Open Season With A New Look

The Binghamton Senators are ready for the start of a new season when they host the Worcester Sharks Saturday evening at 7:05 PM.  The B-Sens home is now called the Floyd L. Maines Memorial Arena and fans will be treated to a new, state-of-the-art video scoreboard overhead at center ice

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Five Abandoned Binghamton Buildings To Be Demolished

The city of Binghamton will spend more than $200,000 to tear down several more empty buildings.

City council has authorized the demolition of five properties. The work is expected to get underway later this month

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Jim “Mudcat” Grant All-Star Golf Tournament Helps Community

The 13th annual Jim "Mudcat" Grant All-Star Golf Tournament presented by Security Mutual Life raised money for four area non-profit organizations as well as the Binghamton Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic

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Binghamton Police Department
Binghamton Police Department

Fiala Pleads Guilty To Binghamton DWI Charge

Broome County legislator Anthony Fiala Jr. has pleaded guilty to a DWI count in connection with a crash which injured a bicyclist in Binghamton.

The 49-year-old Fiala appeared before Binghamton City Court Judge Carol Cocchiola this morning, one week after he was arrested following the collision on Clinton Street

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Catatonk Valley Woodcarvers Host Show This Weekend

The 24th Annual Catatonk Valley Woodcarvers' Show and Sale will be held this Saturday and Sunday, October 11 and October 12 at the Candor Fire Hall in Candor.  There is no admission charge and there will be ongoing demonstrations both days

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Debate Over Possible Raises for Three Broome Administrative Positions

Broome County Executive Debra Preston says giving two County department heads and the Deputy County Executive ten percent raises is a good idea but some Democrats disagree.

Preston says after former Deputy Executive Bijoy Datta quit, his salary was saved and could be divided between Deputy County Executive John Bernardo, Social Services Commissioner Art Johnson and Public Works Commissioner Dan Schofield, who took over the duties that had been handled by Datta

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