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The Antler Lodge Could be Locked Down

The City of Binghamton is activating the lockdown law process following the recent shooting death of a 33 year old man outside the Antler Lodge on Chenango Street.

The establishment has been the site of numerous problems in the past and City officials have given the owner notification that the business is in line to be shut down

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Propane Fracking Gains Support in Tioga County

The Tioga County Legislature is giving its support to a proposal to use propane fracking to extract natural gas at a farm in the Town of Barton.

The Snyder Farm Group has applied for a permit from New York State to develop a gas well, using a fracking method that, developers say, is not included in the state-wide ban on fracking

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Loud Muffler in Kirkwood Leads to Drug Charge

Broome County Sheriff’s officials say a Harpursville man is charged with drug possession after he acted especially nervous during a traffic stop on Upper Court Street in the Town of Kirkwood.

Authorities say 25 year old David Saruaw admitted he had heroin in the car and turned over 20 packets after being stopped for a loud muffler August 11

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Man Charged in Attack at Tioga Motorcycle Race

An arrest has been made in connection with a brutal assault on a man at an off-road motorcycle racing event in Tioga County.

Authorities say 46-year-old Greogry Maier of Back West Creek Road, Newark Valley, was charged with third-degree assault

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Site Prep Underway for Endicott Housing Project

Construction crews have been doing site preparation work for a 54-unit housing development in the village of Endicott.

American Horizons Group of Vestal plans to build the rental project on property north of East Franklin Street

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Publisher of Owego Pennysaver Newspaper Sold

The Owego Pennysaver is expected to have a new owner in less than two months.

Sample News Group plans to acquire Towanda Printing Company, the publisher of the Tioga County weekly newspaper.

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Endicott Nursing Home Worker Faces 11 Felony Charges

An employee of an Endicott nursing home has been accused of going on a shopping spree using a resident's credit card.

Authorities say 31-year-old Kara West of High Street, Binghamton, faces nearly a dozen felony counts

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Broome Emergency Plans are Complete

Broome County officials say they are better prepared for emergencies now.

County Executive Debra Preston and Disaster Preparedness Coordinator Mike Ponticello say the County’s Continuity of Government/Continuity of Operations plan is complete after months of work

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Kopernik Observatory to Host Meteor Shower Viewing

Once the weather clears, the region is to be in for a spectacular celestial show.

The Kopernik Observatory and Science Center in Vestal will be opening starting at 9 p.m. on clear nights through the 14th for the viewing of the Perseid Meteor Shower

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Binghamton Bucks New York Economic Recovery Trend

New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office says while New York reached its highest employment level ever, the Southern Tier is among four upstate regions losing jobs.

In fact, DiNapoli’s office says the Southern Tier and Mohawk Valley saw the biggest drops in employment

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