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Ellis Brothers Unveils New Store Plans

Ellis Brothers Furniture has been a landmark in downtown Binghamton.  A fire that destroyed their Contemporary Furniture Store on Water Street in April of this year raised concerns that they may have to leave downtown to rebuild

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Bill Parker Talks Binghamton Radio And TV History

Veteran Binghamton broadcaster Bill Parker joined Broome County historian Gerald Smith on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Friday morning.

Parker was on hand when WNBF-TV Channel 12 (now WBNG-TV) officially started operations on December 1, 1949.

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Binghamton University Team Produces TV Commercial

A new television commercial promoting Binghamton University is making its debut today.

The spot, entitled "This Is Premier," was produced using university staff and students.

The 30-second commercial highlight

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Water Suddenly Vanishes From Endwell Watersheds

Endwell residents have been wondering why two watersheds off Taft Avenue now are empty.

A resident of North McKinley Avenue in the town of Union said there was a big rush of clear water in Brixius Creek last Saturday

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Heating Assistance Enrollment Starts November 17

The New York State Home Energy Assistance Program will begin accepting applications on November 17th as New Yorkers can apply for HEAP assistance for their heating bills.

The emergency benefits will begin January 2 for renters or homeowners in danger of running out of heating fuel or having utilities shut off

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Binghamton Basketball Radio Show On WNBF

The Binghamton Basketball Radio Show begins a new season at a new venue.  Food & Fire on Harry L. Drive in Johnson City is the new home of the weekly radio show aired on News Radio 1290 WNBF most Thursdays during basketball season. 

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Eastern Broome Bridge To Close Next Week

A bridge replacement project in the town of Colesville will mean some longer trips for drivers in eastern Broome County for more than ten weeks.

The county Department of Public Works is advising motorists that a bridge on East Windsor Road over a Susquehanna River tributary near Hartz Road is expected to close next Wednesday

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13-Year-Old Binghamton Boy Charged In Crime Spree

An arrest has been made in connection with a series of incidents in downtown Binghamton and on the city's West Side over the past week.

Authorities say a 13-year-old Binghamton boy faces several charges, including felony robbery and grand larceny counts

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Traffic Pattern Changes Planned At Owego Intersection

State transportation officials are working to improve the flow of truck traffic through a busy intersection in the village of Owego.

The Department of Transportation has outlined plans to make changes at Main Street and North Avenue

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Tompkins County Man Charged Following ATV Crash

An Ithaca-area man faces charges after he and a three-year-old child were hurt when an all-terrain vehicle rolled over several times.

Authorities say 35-year-old Lindsey Bushey of Newfield was charged with endangering the welfare of a child

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