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Calder Cup Playoffs Begin Tomorrow Night in Binghamton

The Binghamton Senators host the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins tomorrow night at 7:05 in the opening game of their best-of-five Calder Cup Playoff series.  The B-Sens host the Penguins again Saturday night at 7:05

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Broome Receives Offer For Former DMV Building

Broome County has received an offer to purchase the Binghamton building that had been the site of a DMV office for more than a decade.

The office in the city's First Ward closed in mid-January

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Binghamton Man Charged In Downtown Stabbing

A resident of Binghamton's West Side has been arrested in connection with the stabbing of a man on a downtown street.

Authorities say 31-year-old Jamahri Pope of Chapin Street has been charged with assault and criminal contempt

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Chenango County Man Arrested After Dispute

A New Berlin man faces several charges following a fight at a Chenango County residence.

Authorities say 30-year-old Tory Brown faces a felony count of criminal contempt. He also was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing, harassment and criminal mischief

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Broome County Executive Debra Preston Diagnosed With Lung Cancer

Broome County Executive Debra Preston has announced that she has been diagnosed with lung cancer.  Preston said following two months of tests the final diagnosis came on Tuesday.  She said Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City will determine and schedule treatment procedures

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Flood Recovery Funds Are Granted to SouthernTier Towns

A group of Southern Tier Towns, cooperating under the banner of NY Rising, is being awarded additional funds to continue recovery efforts from the 2011 floods.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo praised the effort saying the Southern Tier was being awarded $3 dollars for the best regional collaboration in recovery efforts

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Sentencing Set in Binghamton Stabbing

A Bronx man is expected to spend three and a half years in New York State Prison and five years on probation for stabbing a man near the Broome County Library on Court Street in Binghamton.

51 year old Wilfredo Hernandez earlier this month pleaded guilty to attempted felony assault in the January 17th incident in which 30 year old Kendu Johnson was wounded in a dispute over money

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Red Flag Fire Danger

A Red Flag Warning for fire danger has been issued for parts of the Twin Tiers.

The National Weather service says with wind gusts of up to 35 miles an hour and dry conditions, there is a critical danger for fires

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Rob Mansell Closes Playing Door For Binghamton Bearcats

Following two serious leg injuries Binghamton Bearcat basketball standout Rob Mansell will not continue his playing career.  Mansell, will however, stay with the basketball program.  He will assist the team in a graduate assistant role

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Rotten Weather Postpones Binghamton Mets Game Tonight

The  Binghamton Mets versus Portland Sea Dogs game scheduled for tonight at NYSEG Stadium has been postponed due to unplayable weather conditions.  The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Saturday, May 3rd with game one set for a 12:05 PM start

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