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DOT Explains Vestal Parkway Intersection Changes

Some drivers who use Route 434 in Vestal are questioning the removal of some acceleration and turn-off lanes on the heavily-traveled roadway.

Changes were made at several intersections during a recent repaving project along the Vestal Parkway

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Downtown Binghamton Fire Investigation Completed

Binghamton fire department investigators have finished their probe into the cause of a two-alarm blaze that tore through a downtown apartment building.

Officials say they have been unable to determine how the December 1 fire at 26 Stuyvesant Street started

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Tompkins County Man Accused Of Weapon Threats

A Dryden man was arrested after a reported dispute with a woman.

Authorities say 41-year-old David Cornell Jr. was charged with second-degree menacing.

According to New York State Police, Cornell was arrested December 17 following the incident in a residence on Bills Way

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Johnson City Native Jerry D’Amigo Heads to Rochester

Jerry D'Amigo has joined Binghamton's long-time rival the Rochester Americans.  D'Amigo, a Johnson City native, was traded yesterday from the Columbus Blue Jackets organization to the Buffalo Sabres

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No Fracking in New York

At a cabinet meeting in Albany today Governor Cuomo heard reports on the hotly-debated hydraulic fracking issue.  There will not be hydraulic fracking allowed in New York State at this time.

The Governor heard reports from Acting New York State Health Commissioner Dr

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Southerntiersmen Barbershop Chorus Helps CHOW

The Southerntiersmen Barbershop Chorus presented a check to CHOW last night for $1,600 to help fight hunger in the area.  CHOW (Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse) Director Michael Leahey accepted the check for CHOW

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Dogs Die In Vestal House Fire

Two dogs were killed when fire broke out in the basement of a home in Vestal.

Authorities say the blaze at 128 Hazel Drive was reported shortly after 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Most of the fire damage was confined to the basement of the house

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Third Suspect Sought In Binghamton Home Invasion

Two men are in custody and another is being sought in connection with a home invasion incident in downtown Binghamton.

Authorities say three people are suspected of being involved in the December 5 incident on Pine Street

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Binghamton Man Sentenced In West Side Killing

22-year-old Trevis Johnson has been sentenced to 19 years in prison for killing a Binghamton man in an apartment building on the city's West Side.

Johnson had pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter in September in connection with the death of 27-year-old Sergio Beldo

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Owego Native Killed In Her Pennsylvania Home

Authorities say a woman who grew up in Tioga County was killed in her home in Pennsylvania. Two people, including a teenage boy, have been charged in her death.

According to police in Lancaster, 32-year-old Nicole Mathewson did not show up for her job as an elementary school teacher on Monday morning

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