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Major Endicott Water Main Break Repaired

A 24-inch water main that ruptured near the Endicott water department headquarters has been put back in service.

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Flashing Yellow Arrow Lights Installed Around New York State

The New York State Department of Transportation says it is looking to improve traffic flow with the use of flashing yellow arrows at some busy intersections.

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Florida Begins Long Recovery After Hurricane Irma Plows Through State
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West Corners Fire Department to Hold Hurricane Relief Drive

It's taken a long time, years in fact, but we're finally getting back on our feet from flooding and now it's time for us to help others.

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Truth Pharm
Truth Pharm

Group to Offer Free Hugs in Downtown Binghamton

Feel alone, rejected, or defeated? There's somebody waiting to embrace you with a hug which comes with no attached strings. Just a hug, a warm human embrace.

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“Flood Cars” may be coming to NY

Buyers beware.

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Traci Taylor
Traci Taylor

September 11, 2001 – Have We Forgotten?

In the days following 9/11/01, we swore that we would "never forget." But have we?

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Southern Tier Red Cross Volunteers Poised for Irma

The Red Cross has committed to respond as Irma is expected to hit the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico September 6 with landfall also possibly by the weekend in Southern Florida.

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Local Red Cross Volunteers Dispatched to Gulf Coast

Some Southern Tier residents are in Texas and Louisiana to help with disaster recovery following the landfall of Hurricane Harvey.

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DSG Open

Major Traffic Delays Expected in Endicott Ahead of Bon Jovi Concert

DSG Open organizers expect record breaking crowds in Endicott for Friday night's Bon Jovi concert and to prepare, they'll be making some traffic changes.

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Luma Festival to Light up Downtown Binghamton

Binghamton's First Friday Art Walk for September will be elevated to astounding heights with the return of the Luma Festival.

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