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Ground Broken for Johnson City “Habitat” Home

Work is getting underway on another Habitat for Humanity project in Broome County.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held August 10 at the site of a home to be built in Johnson City.

Amy Winans, Broome County Habitat for Humanity executive director, said the property is a corner lot at Floral Avenue and Willow Street

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Creatas

Charges Against a Sidney Man Are Dropped

The Delaware County District Attorney is dropping charges against a Sidney man who had been accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with a child.

William Quigley had been arrested last year and charged with eight counts of criminal sexual act, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and course of sexual conduct against a child

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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
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
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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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

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.

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Bing

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Sleepy Suspect Allegedly Breaks into Stamford Children’s Center

A Schoharie County man is accused of breaking into the Stamford Children’s Activity Center in Delaware County after hours July 31.

After a search of the building the next morning, New York State Police say they found 20 year old Artyom Radizinsky of  Jefferson sleeping outside

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

The Insane Inflatable 5K Is Coming Fast

The WNBF Insane Inflatable 5K is fast approaching.  Scheduled for Saturday, October 10th, the WNBF Insane Inflatable 5K will be held at Tri-Cities Airport in Endicott.  It is the first time in the Triple-Cities for such an event.  Last year the race was held at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse.

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New York State Department of Motor Vehicles [file]
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles [file]

Senate Candidate Barbara Fiala Interviewed [Audio]

Former Broome County executive Barbara Fiala says she's the right person to represent the 52nd Senate district in Albany.

Fiala - who also served as Department of Motor Vehicles commissioner in the Cuomo administration - discussed some of the issues she'll be running on during a live interview on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

The interview aired o

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