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Binghamton “Tree Of Light” To Shine Downtown

Binghamton city workers have erected a "Tree of Light" decoration at a busy downtown intersection.

The light structure has been installed at the city-owned parcel on the southeast corner of Court and State streets

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Memorial To Honor Binghamton University Professor

The life of Ali Mazrui will be celebrated during a Binghamton University memorial program.

Mazrui was a professor and political scientist. He died at his Vestal home on October 12. He was 81.

The memorial event will be held from 3 to 5 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

City Reassures Binghamton West Side Tree Lovers

Residents of Binghamton's West Side who spotted a city crew removing a tree at a Riverside Drive intersection are being advised that no other trees are about to be taken down.

A City Hall spokesman says parks department workers were doing "routine tree removal" this week

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Binghamton Men’s Basketball In Boston to Meet Terriers

The Binghamton Bearcats men's basketball team meets the Terriers from Boston University tonight at 7:30 on News Radio 1290 WNBF. Tonight's game is set for Case Gymnasium in Boston.  The contest is in familiar territory for the Bearcats who faced the Terriers many times when Boston U was a member of America East

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott’s Cider Mill Closes For Season

Winter's just around the corner. The closing of the Cider Mill in Endicott is a clear sign that ice and snow will be featured in most weather forecasts for the next few months.

According to its website, The Cider Mill has been in its location on Nanticoke Avenue since 1926

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Downtown Binghamton Fire Cause Undetermined

Binghamton police and fire investigators are working to determine how a downtown apartment house blaze started.

Four people, including one child, were left homeless after the fire tore through a two-story structure on Stuyvesant Street Monday afternoon

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Getty Images/Claus Andersen Photo

Shane Prince Wins AHL Player of the Week Honors

The American Hockey League has announced that Binghamton Senators forward Shane Prince has been selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the week ending November 30.  In three games for the B-Sens last week Prince notched five goals and picked up one assist for six points

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Photo courtesy of Binghamton Sports Information
Photo courtesy of Binghamton Sports Information

Jasmine Sina Named America East Rookie of the Week

Jasmine Sina has been named the America East Women's Basketball Rookie of the Week.  The freshman point guard averaged 13.7 points over three games for the Bearcats during the past week.

Sina hit for 20 points against St

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Chief: Johnson City Man Wanted Police To Shoot Him

A Johnson City man was taken into custody after police say he pointed a knife at officers on a village street.

Authorities say the confrontation with 27-year-old Preston Wright occurred early today following a report that a man with a gun was walking up and down Harry L Drive

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Fire Rips Through Binghamton Apartment House

A two-alarm blaze caused extensive damage to an apartment house in downtown Binghamton this afternoon.

Authorities say the fire at 26 Stuyvesant Street was reported at 2:20 p.m.

Police and fire department officials say there apparently were no injuries

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