Late New York State Senator Thomas Libous’ name could be cleared from under the cloud of a federal conviction for lying to the FBI about his involvement in getting his son a job with a downstate law firm.
Officials in the Village of Waverly say it’s going to cost over $1 million to replace all the equipment, including some new dump trucks, that were destroyed when the Waverly/Barton Department of Public Works building burned down.
Years after floods heavily damaged dozens of properties in the City of Binghamton, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has come through with a $2.7 million grant to buy and demolish the properties.
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