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Birnie Bus Employees Escape Burning Bus in Cortlandville

Two school bus employees are okay after they escaped their burning vehicle in the Town of Cortlandville.

Cortland County Sheriff’s officials say at 2:38 p.m. June 2, they responded with the Town of Cortlandville Fire Department to a report of a vehicle fire on McLean Road

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Owego Accepts Firefighter Resignations

The Owego Volunteer Fire Department has a new slate of officers following the resignation of dozens of volunteers last week over the Village Board’s failure to approve a new Standard Operating Guideline document

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Binghamton Laundromat Reportedly Robbed

Binghamton Police are looking for a suspect in the robbery of a West Side Laundromat.

Authorities were called to the Speed Queen Coin Laundry on Main Street shortly after 2 p.m. May 2.

The business owner said a black man in his mid 20s stole a bag of cash and fled on foot

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Spiediefest Is Set for August 1-3 at Otsiningo Park

The 30th Anniversary Spiediefest and Balloon Rally is set for August 1-3 at Otsiningo Park in Binghamton.  Event Coordinator David Pessagno says "we are very excited about the things we have put together to celebrate the 30th Anniversary

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Report: NYS More Dependent On Gambling Dollars

New York state government is collecting more gambling revenues than ever and is becoming more dependent on money from residents who like to take a chance. That's according to a report released by the state comptroller's office

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Confession in Crash That Killed a New York Trooper?

Prosecutors say a Florida man, indicted on a 1st degree murder charge told them he intentionally swerved his vehicle into New York State Trooper Christopher Skinner, who had been conducting a routine traffic stop on Interstate 81 between Upper Front Street in Hinmans Corners and Castle Creek

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Bearcats Baseball Faces Oklahoma State in NCAA Tournament

The Binghamton Bearcats travel to Stillwater, Oklahoma to meet Oklahoma State in the opening round of the NCAA Baseball Tournament.  Oklahoma State is the top seed in the Regional.  The Bearcats, who captured the America East Championship yesterday, enter the tournament as a fourth seed

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Credit Card Reform Legislation Would Tighten Rules On Rates And Fees

Two Charged in Endicott Forgery Investigation

Endicott police say two 18-year-old Broome County residents were arrested in a case involving a stolen credit card and a forged prescription.

Investigators say Reuben Ogando of Winding Way, Binghamton, was accused of committing a forgery while using someone else's credit card

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