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Crouch Decides Against Senate Bid

Assemblyman Clifford Crouch says he will not run for the Senate seat vacated after Thomas Libous was found guilty of lying to FBI agents.

Crouch - a Chenango County Republican - released a statement Monday afternoon announcing he plans to focus on his current work in the state Assembly

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Binghamton Man Arrested Following ATV Crash

State police say a man faces several charges after an all-terrain vehicle smashed into a parked car in the town of Binghamton.

Authorities say 19-year-old Tyreice Brown of Binghamton was arrested late Saturday night

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

B-Mets Home Tonight

The Binghamton Mets return home tonight to host the New Britain Rock Cats at 6:35 (air at 6:20 on News Radio 1290 WNBF).  The B-Mets return home following a week on the road.  Last night Binghamton rolled to an 8-0 win over the Trenton Thunder. Seth Lugo got the win going seven innings and allowing just four hits to earn his fourth consecutive victory.

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Photo by: Stephen J. Appel
Photo by: Stephen J. Appel

LG&T Challenger Concludes

Top-Seed Kyle Edmund is the winner of the LG&T Tennis Challenger played at Recreation Park on the west side of Binghamton.  Edmund, who hails from Great Britain, defeated the second-seed Bjorn Fratangelo in straight sets 6-2, 6-3. 

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

“New York Ron” Rides the Rails Across USA

A visitor to Binghamton had quite a story to tell when he visited WNBF Radio. He's known as "New York Ron" and he discussed his travels across the nation by freight train.

Ron is now 66 and he says he has been riding the rails for nearly a half-century.

LISTEN to th

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Repair Work Underway at Cannonsville Dam

New York City Department of Environmental Protection officials say they are closely monitoring conditions at the Cannonsville Dam in Delaware County.

The dam is on the west end of the Cannonsville Reservoir, which provides water to New York City

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Binghamton Mayor Won’t Seek Senate Seat

Binghamton Mayor Richard David has advised Republican party officials that he doesn't want to be considered for the state Senate seat vacated by Thomas Libous.

In a statement released on Sunday, David said he had "received a great deal of encouragement" to run for the seat after Libous was convicted of a felony of lying to the FBI

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Hall of Fame Adds Four

The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown added four new members with induction ceremonies at the Clark Sports complex yesterday. 

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Bear Causes Fatal Chain-Reaction Crash in Windsor

New York State Police say a Rhode Island man is dead following a chain-reaction crash in Windsor that started when a black bear walked onto Interstate 86/ Route 17.

According to authorities, 56 year old Thomas Poole of Woonsocket was riding a motorcycle that was the third vehicle involved in the crash at around 9:40 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Lockdown Call Follows Downtown Binghamton Killing

A Binghamton property manager wants city officials to take action to deal with problems associated with a downtown social club where a man was fatally shot.

Steven Reid - who oversees family-owned properties near the Antler Lodge on Chenango Street - said he believes July 24th's deadly incident should represent "the tipping point

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