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Binghamnton Basketball Radio Show

The Binghamton Basketball Radio Show returns to Food & Fire, 560 Harry L. Drive in Johnson City.

Following a two-week break for the holidays the show returned January 8 with Binghamton women's basketball coach Linda Simino and men's basketball coach Tommy Dempsey.

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New Broome Opioid Abuse Council Formed

Broome County Executive Debbie Preston joined  agency representatives in announcing the formation of the Broome Opioid Abuse Council or "BOAC".

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Bearcats Battle Hawks in Road Loss

The Binghamton Bearcats gave the Hartford Hawks all they could handle January 7 at the Chase Family Arena.

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Bearcats in Hartford

The Binghamton Bearcats need some players to step up their game  as they met the Hartford Hawks at the Chase Family Arena in West Hartford.

Binghamton was 1-15 while the Hawks were 7-7.  Binghamton was 0-1 in conference action going into play while Hartford was 0-1 with a loss at Vermont

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Ethan Miller/ Getty Images

Jon Bones Jones Enters Drug Treatment Program

Ultimate Fight champion, Jon Bones Jones of Endicott is in a drug rehabilitation program.

The 27 year old Light Heavyweight Champion, who successfully defended his title January 3 in Las Vegas, tested positive for the main component of cocaine

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Bearcats Suffer Major Setback With Perovic Injury

The Binghamton Bearcats men's basketball team suffered a major setback when it was learned that standout freshman forward Dusan Perovic will be sidelined for the rest of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in practice

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Bearcats Face Tough Road Test

The Binghamton Bearcats women's basketball victory over UMass Lowell January 3 was big.  Wins have not come easily in recent seasons for either the women's or men's basketball teams.  Perhaps the major reason for elation was that the Bearcats made a crucial, clutch shot to win the game

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Jonathan Cohen Photo/Binghamton University Sports Information

Binghamton Bearcat Jasmine Sina Does It Again

Standout Binghamton University freshman point guard Jasmine Sina is this week's America East Rookie of the Week.  It is the second week in a row that she has earned the honor and the third time she has garnered the award,
Sina scored 19 points, picked-up three assists and snared five rebounds in the Bearcats' 65-64 win over UMass Lowell on Saturday

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Binghamton Senators Drop OT Decision to Syracuse

The Binghamton Senators took the Syracuse Crunch to overtime before dropping a 5-4 decision at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.  Binghamton used three goals in the third period to come from behind and take a 4-3 lead but a Mike Blunden goal tied it for the Crunch and set the stage for overtime

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Bearcats Win!

Classic Rock fans can recall the 1968 hit song done by the Chambers Brothers "Time Has Come Today".  For Binghamton University's women's basketball team that time came Saturday, January 3.

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