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Road Work Continues in Prospect Mountain Project

The Prospect Mountain Construction Project will require lane closures at various locations in the City of Binghamton and Town of Dickinson this week.   

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Tioga Central and Walton Approve School Budgets

The Tioga Central School District has a new budget.

Following one failed attempt, voters have okayed a plan with a 17.3% tax levy increase in a super-majority of 1,076 for and 441 against the adoption

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Police Sexual Discrimination Case Dropped

The Binghamton Police Officer who filed a lawsuit in a sexual discrimination complaint against the Police Chief and the City is dropping the issue.

The lawyer for Kristi Sager says his client is accepting a 60 day suspension without pay and will be back on the police force as a Patrol Officer when the suspension is complete

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

2015 All-Star Golf Tournament Returns

Former Major Leaguer, Jim "Mudcat" Grant, visited Binghamton to announce the date for his annual All-Star Golf Tournament scheduled for September 3rd at the Links at Hiawatha Landing.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Vestal Town Supervisor Running For Second Term

Vestal town supervisor John Schaffer has announced he will seek another four-year term.

Schaffer was first elected to the post in 2011. On WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, the Democrat said he's running for reelection.

Schaffer served as a member of

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Libous Returns to State Senate Floor

State Senator Thomas Libous returned to the Capitol in Albany June 16, greeting colleagues as he continues to battle cancer.

The Binghamton Republican had spent several weeks in Florida after undergoing back surgeries

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Endicott Man Accused of Stealing $25,000

Authorities say a man used a woman's debit card dozens of times over several months to withdraw more than $25,000 from her savings account.

Investigators say 35-year-old Mark Nasoni of Endicott had been charged with third-degree grand larceny

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Susquehanna Dump Truck Driver Accused of Driving Impaired

A Susquehanna, Pennsylvania man is accused of driving a truck while ability impaired by drugs.

New York State Police say witnesses reported 21 year old Zachary Boman was driving a Kenworth dump truck erratically on Interstate 81 northbound in the Town of Kirkwood at 10:21 a

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Parking Survey is Available Online

The Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study, along with the City of Binghamton are participating in a study of downtown parking issues and are seeking input from businesses, residents and visitors to the downtown district

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Bronx Murder Suspect Arrested in Johnson City

A Bronx man wanted by the New York City Police for allegedly shooting and killing a 14 year old boy in May has been turned over to NYPD detectives after being apprehended in Johnson City June 13.

Village Police say they were informed of the possibility that Travis Bloch was in the area

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