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Die-in Staged at Oakdale Mall in Johnson City

Protests both in support of police and in reaction to what has been seen as police brutality in the deaths of unarmed black men around the nation are continuing and expanding.

December 22, Johnson City Police Chief Brent Dodge commented on WNBF’s Binghamton Now that the Village has not seen any demonstrations.

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Roman Milert, ThinkStock

Southern Tier Last Minute Shopping Hours

Time is almost up! In less than 48 hours it'll be Christmas Day. Are you ready? If you're still scrambling to cross everyone off your list, here's a list of shopping hours around the Binghamton area.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Owego Craft Brewers Tout Local Ingredients

A Tioga County husband and wife team have opened a craft brewery tap room in Owego.

Production of a range of beers for The Farmhouse Brewery is a few miles away from the George Street facility where people can sample the product

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Woman May Have Intentionally Caused Endicott Crash

Investigators believe a Vestal woman may have intentionally caused a three-car crash in Endicott.

Authorities say 48-year-old Melissa Smith was charged with reckless endangerment and driving while impaired by drugs

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Several Televisions Smashed in Windsor Disturbance

A Broome County man was being held after he allegedly caused significant damage at a town of Windsor home during a domestic dispute.

Authorities say 35-year-old Brett Hines was charged with criminal mischief and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child

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In Theaters Christmas Day

If you want to escape from a chaotic and family-filled house for a few hours on Christmas day, you have slim pickings of places that will remain open. One of the few places open on Christmas Day are movie theaters!

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Three Arrested for Stolen Dirt Bikes in Chenango County

New York State Parolee, a Richfield Springs man and a Town of Norwich man are being charged in connection with the theft of two dirt bikes in November.

Chenango County Sheriff’s Deputies tried to stop a car and a Yamaha 250 dirt bike on County Road 32 in North Norwich shortly before the bike was reported stolen November 13

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Roxbury Man Accused of Selling Cocaine in Margaretville

Delaware County Sheriff’s officials say a year and a half long investigation into drug sales has culminated in the arrest December 18 of a Town of Roxbury man on a sealed indictment.

Sheriff’s officials say 35 year old Rafael Figueroa is charged with three felony counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Fire Heavily Damages a Town of Fenton Sawmill

 

Officials are looking into the cause of a two-alarm fire that has nearly destroyed a Port Crane sawmill that had been rebuilt after being destroyed by another fire about ten years ago.

 

Firefighters spent hours on the scene at Kark Lumber on Winn Hill Road after the initial call at around 10 a.m. Decemb

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MacLennan’s Flowers Will Close Christmas Eve

A flower shop that has been brightening the days of local residents and consoling mourners at Binghamton funerals for decades is closing its doors.

MacLennan’s Flowers has been in business on the East Side for more than 85 years

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