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Changes Considered For Johnson City Post Office

People who use a small neighborhood post office in Johnson City are concerned about its future.

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

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

West Endicott Residents May Fight PVC Pipe Plant

Some people who live near a recently-opened town of Union factory that makes PVC pipe products are contemplating legal action because of ongoing concerns about the operation.

Angry neighbors of the National Pipe and Plastics facility in West Endicott met Wednesday evening at the George F

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Town Of Union Man Charged With Endangering Minors

Authorities say a town of Union man was arrested after he called a child protective services hotline to report he had provided alcohol and marijuana smoking devices to minors.

According to the Broome County Sheriff's Office, 41-year-old Thomas Colasanto said he had given alcohol and bongs to teenagers over the past year

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Binghamton Senators Compete in AHL East Again This Season

The American Hockey League's Board of Governors announced the division alignment for the 2014 -15 season.  The Binghamton Senators remain in the East Division but rival Syracuse moves to the Northeast Divison

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

B-Mets and Sea Dogs Play Two Today

The Binghamton Mets host the Portland Sea Dogs in a doubleheader today at NYSEG Stadium.  Last night's scheduled game between the top two teams in the Eastern Division of the Eastern League was postponed after heavy rains belted the area

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Binghamton Tackles “Stuck Truck” Problem

Tall trucks soon will be able to safely travel under a pair of railroad bridges in Binghamton.

A portion of Front Street near Clinton Street is being "lowered" to provide more clearance at the two problematic underpasses

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Two Hurt In Susquehanna County Crash

Police say a Little Meadows man fell asleep at the wheel, resulting in a collision in Susquehanna County.

Authorities say 26-year-old Christopher Dudock was driving a car that veered into the path of a pickup truck on Route 29 in Dimock township

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Police: Man Tried To Sell Hash To Drug Cops

Authorities say a shoeless man tried to sell hashish to a couple of detectives in a Binghamton restaurant parking lot.

Investigators say 30-year-old Brian Fitzgerald of Endicott wound up being charged with criminal sale of marijuana

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Powerful Storm Kills Four In Madison County

Four people died as a result of a wind storm that tore through a rural area between Syracuse and Utica.

The Syracuse Post-Standard website syracuse.com reported four homes were destroyed in Madison County shortly after 7 p.m. Tuesda

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Rain Postpones B-Mets Versus Portland Sea Dogs

 

Heavy rain and strong winds pounded the area tonight forcing postponement of the scheduled game between the Binghamton Mets and Portland Sea Dogs at NYSEG Stadium.  The game never got started as severe weather swept in prior to the first pitch.

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