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Binghamton Police Officer Kristi Sager on Trial

The Binghamton Police officer accused of leaving the scene of a crash she was allegedly involved in, and who brought charges against her boss on sexual harassment allegations after she was suspended for the investigation is now on trial

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Historic Vestal Houses Prepared for Demolition

Asbestos abatement crews have been busy working at several houses in a Vestal historic district as demolition plans move forward.

The properties along the Vestal Parkway East near the Binghamton city line are expected to be torn down soon

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Binghamton to Parking Scofflaws: Pay Up or Don’t Drive

The city of Binghamton is educating vehicle owners about the importance of prompt payment of parking fines.

A boot device to disable a vehicle is utilized to alert parking deadbeats that there is a limit to the city's patience in collecting on parking tickets

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Body Pulled From Susquehanna River is Identified

The body of a young man pulled from the Susquehanna River in the Town of Union early March 30 has been identified as that of a 21 year old Tompkins County resident.

Broome County Emergency Services officials say they were flooded with phone calls once the description of the body aired in the news with people reporting the man was Ryan Bell of Groton

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Busy Binghamton Bridge to Close For Five Months

A long-delayed bridge reconstruction project is about to get underway in Binghamton.

The Exchange Street bridge is expected to be out of service for vehicular traffic for more than five months

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Reynolds Takes Office As Whitney Point Mayor

Ryan Reynolds says after signing his oath of office April 1, he gets right to work as mayor of the village of Whitney Point.

The 28-year-old Reynolds, a Democrat, defeated Republican challenger Jason Somers by a margin of 83 to 73 in the election two weeks ago

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An Emotional Day for Those Who Knew D.W. Smith

Police officers and firefighters joined family members and friends of Johnson City police officer David W. Smith Junior March 31 at a memorial service, observing the one-year anniversary of his death

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Nineveh Man Accused of Selling Stolen Car for Scrap

Broome County Sheriff’s investigators say more charges are being filed against a Nineveh man who was arrested earlier this month, accused of stealing a car in the Town of Colesville.

Authorities say several people told them they had seen 54 year old Clifford Sampson III driving the 2004 Chevrolet Impala and the man was taken into custody at his home and charged with grand larceny

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More Robbery Arrests Connected to Escort Website

More incidents are being reported to police connected with an internet site that arranges “escort services.”
March 13, a Binghamton man reported he was robbed in his downtown apartment by a woman he had arranged to meet through the website and an accomplice who burst into his home and threatened him with a BB gun and a collapsible baton

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Broome Sheriff Not Apologizing for Mistaken Raid

Broome County Sheriff David Harder is not prepared to apologize to a husband and wife who were targeted in a botched raid by a task force looking for drugs and guns.

A sheriff's office detective sought and obtained two search warrants from Broome and Tioga County judges for the home of Steven and Cindy Dunlap.

Police took Steven and Cindy into custod

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