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Students to Live in Old Binghamton Newspaper Tower

A 111-year-old downtown building which served as the home of The Binghamton Press for decades could soon be filled with Binghamton University students.

The former Press Building at 19 Chenango Street is being converted into student housing

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Tioga Teen Accused of Choking Girlfriend

A 17-year-old town of Tioga boy was arrested following a domestic dispute.

Authorities say the youth was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend around her neck with both hands

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Woman Charged After Oneonta Parking Dispute

Police say a SUNY Delhi student is accused of damaging a vehicle following an argument over a parking space outside a town of Oneonta mall.

Authorities say 18-year-old Alyssa Murphy was charged with criminal mischief after the incident at the Southside Mall

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Several Owego Houses May Be Elevated This Year

Workers with a Chenango County company have been busy making some important changes to a house in the village of Owego.

The crew from L.D. Dexheimer and Son of Guilford is elevating a family's home on East Front Street above the flood plain

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Thousands of New Yorkers Ticketed for Texting

New York State Police issued nearly 2800 tickets to drivers for cell phone or texting violations over a six-day period.

Officials say troopers targeted drivers who were using handheld devices while behind the wheel during a special enforcement campaign between April 10 and April 15

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Developer Demolishes Twelve Vestal Houses

A dozen houses in a town of Vestal historic district have been torn down, despite efforts by preservationists to keep them standing.

The structures along the Vestal Parkway sat in the Rivercrest Historic District

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Warner’s Gas Service of Vestal Sold

A family-owned energy company that started in Broome County 55 years ago has been sold.

The Vestal-based Warner's Gas Service was acquired by Superior Plus Energy Services. The company is part of Superior Plus Corporation of Canada

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Endwell Man Accused of Making Meth

A 21-year-old Endwell man faces charges after police say they found ingredients used to manufacture methamphetamine in his home.

Authorities say Dakota Askew of 38 North Avenue B was arrested this morning

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Teens Charged In Ithaca School Burglary

Two teenage boys have been accused of stealing computers and cash from a Tompkins County elementary school.

Authorities say the suspects are 14-years-old and 15-years-old. They were apprehended following a foot chase after police officers saw two people exit a school on West Buffalo Street in Ithaca

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Rod Serling Exhibit Opens in Binghamton

A new Rod Serling exhibit is open at the Bundy Museum of History and Art in Binghamton.
The archive of objects associated with Rod Serling, who grew up in Binghamton and who created The Twilight Zone TV series will be on display for about six months with items, including letters, scripts, props and photos being rotated about every month.

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