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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Bible School Park Post Office Public Meeting Scheduled

Kathy Whyte/ WNBF NewsA public meeting is being held August 7 at the Bible School Park Post Office on Riverside Drive in Johnson City to talk about the so-called POST plan, that could result in the closure of the post office at Davis College

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Owego Police Staffing Levels Unchanged

The Owego village board has opted not to add two officers to the police department.

Three trustees voted against hiring the officers during Monday night's meeting. Two other trustees were joined by Mayor Kevin Millar in voting in favor of the hiring measure

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Union-Endicott High School To Reopen Soon

An asbestos-abatement project at Union-Endicott High School is being completed.

The building on East Main Street in Endicott is scheduled to reopen next week.

The high school has been closed to all visitors since July 7 to allow for the removal of asbestos-based ceiling tiles in parts of the building

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Bainbridge Drug Investigation Continues

A lengthy narcotics investigation in the Town of Bainbridge has resulted in charges against two residents.

Sheriff’s Deputies executed a no knock search warrant at a home on Neff Hill Road July 23 and say they found drug paraphernalia, a large amount of cash and financial documents showing substantial fund transfers

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Christmas in July in Binghamton

The Gorgeous Washington Street Association is raising money to enhance holiday decorations in Downtown Binghamton.

Organizers say the initial focus this year is to increase the overall lighting of Court Street from the roundabout to the Front Street side of the Court Street Bridge, Gorgeous Washington Street and the Artists Row section of State Street between Henry and Lewis Streets

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Chenango Street To Close For Three Days

Part of Chenango Street is being closed at the beginning of next week for the removal of a bridge over the road.

The closure of the street between Moffatt Avenue and Sturges Street in Binghamton July 28-30 will not only mean a detour for motorists, which will be marked by signs, but also an obstacle for pedestrians and cyclists

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Lockheed Martin’s Supply Drone Returns to Owego

The success of an un-manned military helicopter supply program developed by Lockheed Martin is being celebrated in Owego.

The K-Max chopper that was designed to deliver food and supplies in combat zones, reducing danger to personnel that would otherwise have to go into those zones to resupply troops,  was only supposed by used for a few months, but the mission lasted close to three years

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Christian Fellowship Breakfast Set As Part Of Dick’s Open

The Dick's Sporting Goods Open is coming up August 11-17 at En Joie- Golf Club in Endicott.  As part of the tournament the Christian Fellowship Breakfast will be held at the Kalurah Building, 625 Dickson Street in Endicott on Thursday, August 14th

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Pair Accused Of Stealing 203 Items From JC Walmart

Johnson City police say two women have been charged with grand larceny for allegedly stealing hundreds of items from a Walmart store.

Authorities say 23-year-old Jacqueline Alvarez-Byrnes of Binghamton and 22-year-old Daniella Shepherd of Johnson City were accused of taking merchandise valued at more than $1300

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton Transformation Continues

Several buildings along Court Street in downtown Binghamton have undergone a series of improvements in recent months.

Two new student housing projects are transforming abandoned retail and office buildings

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