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Binghamton Starts Emergency Notification System

The City of Binghamton is offering another way for residents to stay informed.

A community alert system is being launched to provide emails and text messages about emergencies, traffic issues and weather dangers

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This Is What Happens When You Play ‘Let It Go’ at a Dance [VIDEO]

So here's the setup -  you're the DJ at a Father/Daughter dance and you get a request to play 'Let It Go' from the movie, Frozen. What happens next is magical.

I had the pleasure of witnessing this moment at the Johnson City Father/Daughter dance last weekend

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Southern Tier Gasoline Prices Still Falling

Gasoline prices are continuing to drop in the Binghamton area and across the country.

Prices at the pump have plunged about 70 cents a gallon over the past four months.

Some gas stations in Broome and Tioga counties had posted prices of less than $3

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Town of Dickinson Sound Barriers Discussed

The New York State Department of Transportation has scheduled two open house meetings will be to talk about extending sound barriers along Soden Street in the Town of Dickinson in Prospect Terrace

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Marketing Overseas Discussed on Southern Tier Close Up

Binghamton area businesses are being encouraged to tap into the export market.

Speaking on the November 8 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, the president of the board of directors of the Global Business Alliance of Greater Binghamton and the Southern Tier, Steve Day and board member, Karen Klecar say there are lots of opportunities for local entrepreneurs and small business to market their goods outside of the United States

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Ganesh Ramsaran Accused of Trying to Bribe His Way Out of Jail

The Chenango County man recently convicted in the murder of his wife and who is awaiting sentencing, is accused of trying to bribe his way out of jail.

Ganesh Ramsaran is accused of offering a corrections officer $100,000 dollars to help him get out of the county jail

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Seize the Deal Begins!

WNBF and Townsquare Media's Seize the Deal Auction runs through Friday, November 14th. Here's your chance to bid on some great items and activity packages offered up by local companies. There's something for everyone!

If you're the adventurous type,

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Republicans Control Broome’s Legislature

 

Unofficial results put Republicans in firm control of the Broome County Legislatures with a dozen GOP lawmakers and three Democrats to be seated January first.

 

Democrat Anthony Fiala, who pleaded guilty to a drunk driving charge weeks before the election following a collision between his vehicle and a bicyclist on Clinton Street, Binghamton, lost his re-election bid.

 

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Parking Project Sparks Controversy

Several members of a city commission are calling for an immediate halt to work on a project to add nearly a dozen parking spaces in downtown Binghamton.

Jeffrey Smith, the chairman of the Commission on Architecture and Urban Design, sent a letter to Mayor Richard David contending the work on Washington Street near the MetroCenter violates city law

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Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Broome County Prepares for Ebola

Broome County officials say they are ready to deal with Ebola or other infectious diseases.

While the deadly virus has not been found in Broome County, officials say protocols are in place to identify and deal with any possible cases

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