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Bearcats Hang Tough in Loss at Boston College

The Binghamton Bearcats men's basketball team battled a bigger Boston College Eagles team for much of the game today in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts before falling 63-49.  As has been the case in the last several games Binghamton fell behind at the end of the first half, this time trailing 32-18, but played BC to a 31-31 deadlock over the second 20 minutes

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Events Center Hosts Graduation Ceremony Today

Even though both basketball teams play away this weekend the Events Center is a busy place today.  Graduation ceremonies for those who have earned their degrees at the end of the fall semester are being held

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Binghamton Women Face Undefeated Princeton

The Binghamton Bearcats women's basketball team is playing at Princeton this afternoon.  The Tigers are 9-0 and in their last outing defeated Michigan 85-55 on Tuesday night,  The Bearcats come into the game 1-8 following a 91-75 loss at Canisius on Thursday night, This is the sixth consecutive road game for the Bearcats

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New York Jets Training Camp Boosts Cortland Economy

According to a report prepared by SUNY Cortland Professor of Economics Kathleen Burke and Associate Professor of Geography Wendy Miller, the New York Jets 2014 Training Camp generated over $4.6 million in economic activity in Cortland County

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Photo Tour of Binghamton’s New School Site

Interior construction work is underway on two of the wings of the MacArthur Elementary School being built on Binghamton's South Side.

Karry Mullins, Binghamton City School District assistant superintendent for administration, says a significant amount of progress has been made on the project in recent weeks

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Broome County Adds New Buses To Transit Fleet

A few new vehicles are being added to the BC Transit bus fleet.

Broome County has received six 40-foot Gillig buses. The vehicles, which were ordered last year, were assembled at the company's factory near San Francisco

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome County Post Office Will Cut Operating Hours

A neighborhood post office that serves residents of Johnson City and Binghamton won't close but its operating hours will be reduced.

The United States Postal Service evaluated the operations of the Bible School Park post office, which is located on the Davis College campus on Riverside Drive

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Man Dies After Delaware County Crash

A Walton man died shortly after the vehicle he was driving struck a tree.

Authorities say 48-year-old Kelvin McKnight was operating the vehicle in the town of Hamden when the crash occurred Tuesday

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Southern Tier Awarded $81 Million In State Aid

Economic development projects in the Southern Tier will receive additional state funding as the result of a grant award announced December 11.

A series of initiatives will get $80.8 million as part of the Regional Economic Development Council program

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Binghamton Men Travel to Colgate to Face Raiders

The Binghamton Bearcats men's basketball team plays in Hamilton tonight at 7 PM as they face the Colgate Raiders at Cotterell Court (air at 6:45 on News Radio 1290 WNBF).  Binghamton comes in with a record of 1-9 while the Raiders are 2-7

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