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CHOW Walk Moves to September

The Annual CHOW Hunger Walk is moving from October to September this year.  The 33rd edition of the Walk will be held on Sunday, September 20th on campus at Binghamton University. The Director of CHOW, Michael Leahey, made the announcement on WBNF's First News with Roger Neel. 

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Binghamton Woman Accused of Driving With a .31% BAC

A Binghamton woman is accused of driving with a blood alcohol level at almost four times the legal limit.

New York State Police say 56 year old Sally Adams was arrested shortly before noon August 4 after a trooper responded to a report of a drunk driver on Pierce Creek Road in the Town of Conklin

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

The Maines Veterans Memorial Arena Due for State Funds

The Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton is poised to get $1.5 million from New York State to make improvements.

The Empire Center is reporting $1.2 billion had been included in the recently passed state budget for member-item projects around the state championed by the governor or legislators

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Health Records Agency Moves to New Downtown Site

A health information organization has relocated its Binghamton operation to a larger downtown facility.

HealthlinkNY moved from the former Lackawanna Train Station on Lewis Street to the MetroCenter complex on Court Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Apartments Planned for Former EJ Factory Site

A Binghamton developer is looking for several grants to transform two long-time vacant Endicott Johnson Corporation properties in Johnson City into apartments and a restaurant.

Regan Development Corporation says it has plans for a $29 million  project on Baldwin Street near Wilson Hospital and the future Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Dynamic Innovation Group

Broome Marketing Firm Expands

The former Link Simulation facility in Kirkwood is getting a new life thanks to an infusion of money from New York State and plans from the local founder of a media marketing firm with the promise of the addition of 600 new jobs

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Photo: jucarran

Red Cross Shortage

The American Red Cross is facing a shortage of several blood types and is asking the public for help.  According to American Red Cross officials there is an urgent need for eligible donors with O negative, B Negative and A negative blood.  Platelet donors and type AB blood donors are also being urged to donate.

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Tioga County Man Charged with Unlawful Imprisonment

Authorities say a Tioga County resident was arrested following a domestic disturbance.

According to the county sheriff's office, 46-year-old Kelly Clark of Newark Valley was charged with unlawful imprisonment and harassment

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Vestal Man Charged After Parking Lot Incident

State police say a 47-year-old man was arrested after a trooper observed him driving recklessly in a convenience store parking lot in the town of Kirkwood.

Authorities say Cesar Rodriguez of Vestal was charged with felony driving while intoxicated following the incident

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Cost of Binghamton Bridge Repair Project Rises

Binghamton's Exchange Street bridge is in much worse shape than engineers had believed before a reconstruction project began. The additional needed repairs will increase the cost of the work.

Mayor Richard David said more problems were discovered after the project started in April.

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