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Suit Against Binghamton’s Mayor Moves to Discovery

A lawsuit claiming Binghamton's Mayor tried to use his position to influence a case involving assault allegations against his girlfriend is being moved into the ‘discovery’ stage in New York State Supreme Court

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Senator Schumer Pushes for Broome Drug Enforcement Funds

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer characterizes Broome County as a hotbed of drug trafficking activity.The New York Senator was in Broome April 10 to announce his push to designate Broome a Federal High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, otherwise known as HIDTA

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Binghamton & Johnson City Want Refund of Unspent Sewer Funds

For now, it doesn’t look like residents will be getting any refunds on their sewage fees in spite of word that the City of Binghamton and Village of Johnson City have asked for a direct payback of $4 million unspent capital fund money at the Joint Sewage Treatment Plant

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Binghamton Protest Against Federal Budget Priorities

Several representatives from area faith, community and labor groups gathered in front of the Binghamton Federal Building calling on lawmakers to push for a budget that would do more to help those in need

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Broome Considers Free Transportation for Treatment

Some Broome County residents, including veterans and people needing treatment for addiction could be getting a free ride on public transportation to get to their counseling and doctor appointments

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Former Union Town Supervisor Passes Away

A long-time political leader and financial advisor in Broome County has passed away.

Former Town of Union Supervisor, Jack Cheevers died March 30 at the age of 79.

John, “Jack” Cheevers was a founder of Cheevers, Hand and Angeline investment firm and was a former chairman of the Broome County Democratic Party

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New York Budget is Passed

New York State has a new budget on the start of its fiscal year.

The State Assembly approved the $142 billion spending plan early April1, the start of the state fiscal year, after Senate approval late the night before

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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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New York is Set for a 5th Consecutive On-time Budget

Rank and file voting begins in Albany after legislative leaders and Governor Andrew Cuomo worked out an agreement on a $142 billion budget.

The final deal does not increase the minimum wage or provide tuition assistance for students in the country illegally, but it does keep the spending increase for the state under two percent

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Whitney Point Gets a New Mayor

Whitney Point's new Mayor is Trustee Ryan Reynolds.

A hand-count of the 156 ballots cast on the 18th put Reynolds over Trustee Jason Somers in a vote of 83 to 73.

Reynolds takes over as Mayor April 1

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