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Ice Jams Could Pose Problems in Twin Tiers

Emergency management officials and weather forecasters are keeping an eye on rivers in the Binghamton area as ice conditions change with rising and falling temperatures.

The National Weather Service has been advising residents to be aware of the possibility of isolated ice jam flooding because of melting snow and fluctuating temperatures

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Police Seize Bombs, Grenades in Delaware County

Authorities say police found aerial bombs and grenades during a search of property in the town of Hancock.

According to the State Police-Deposit Bureau of Criminal Investigation, two aerial bombs, packs of fuse igniters and signal flares were seized from an estate property on Wednesday

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Kathy Whyte-WNBF News

More Twin Tiers Reports of Identity Theft Linked to Tax Filings

Another area resident reports they’ve discovered identity theft after filing their tax return.

Pennsylvania State Police say a Susquehanna County woman was contacted by the IRS concerning her federal return

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Food Bank of the Southern Tier Clients Affected by Kraft Recall

The recall of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese dinners due to concerns about metal in the product is impacting the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.

The group that supplies food to several hunger pantries and soup kitchens in the region says clients that received boxes of the product with a “best when used by” dates from September 18 to October 11 with a code C2 below the date should through them out immediately

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton: Highest City Tax Rate in State

A report released by an Albany-based organization that promotes public policy reforms confirms what many Binghamton property owners probably suspected: The local effective property tax rate is higher than any other city in New York

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Police: Woman Seriously Hurt Chenango County Toddler

Investigators say a Chenango County woman faces a felony assault charge after a 14-month-old child was seriously injured at a home in the town of Smithville.

Authorities say 21-year-old Lindsey McGehee of McDonough was arrested on Tuesday

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Jim Boeheim Stays for Three More Seasons

Syracuse University Head Men's Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim will stay on for three more seasons and then retire. That word came out today.  ESPN and various Syracuse news resources report Boeheim will stay at the helm through the 2017-2018 season

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Metrocenter Now For Sale

A downtown Binghamton office and retail complex has been put on the market.

The Metrocenter at Court and Washington streets is being offered for $3,500,000.

The property is listed with Pyramid Brokerage Company

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Panel Proposes “Anti-Racism” Measures

Members of the Binghamton Human Rights Commission are calling on City Council to enact legislation to address concerns about relations between police and minorities.

Supporters of the proposal discussed the measure with lawmakers during a council work session Monday evening

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Photo by Mike McLaughlin
Photo by Mike McLaughlin

More Honors for Binghamton Bearcats Jesse Garn

Standout senior middle distance runner for Binghamton University, Jesse Garn has been named an honorable mention All-American for the 2015 indoor track season.  The honor comes from the United States Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association (USTFCCA).

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