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New York Umpire Clinic Boasts Major League Lineup

The 3rd Annual New York Umpire Clinic was held at the Edge Sports Complex in Vestal on January 11.  Close to 80 umpires from all levels received training from a number of professional umpires highlighted by Major League arbiters Hunter Wendelstedt, Rob Drake and Lance Barrett.

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Meth Lab Found in Town of Homer

Last Wednesday, January 7th, members of the Cortland County Sheriff's Department responded to a complaint of a possible meth lab at 5065 New York State Route 11 in the Town of Homer.  Upon investigation officers found components in a bedroom that are often used to manufacture methamphetamine along with laboratory equipment also used in meth making

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Binghamton Men Complete Sweep at Events Center

The Binghamton Bearcats men's basketball team completed a doubleheader sweep Saturday afternoon at the Events Center as they upended the Maine Black Bears 65-46.

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Bearcats Women Get Second Conference Win

The Binghamton Bearcats women's basketball team started Saturday afternoon off on the right foot with a home victory over the Vermont Catamounts.  The final score ended in Binghamton's favor 73-62.  The win put BU over

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Binghamton Bearcats Look to Bounce Black Bears

The Binghamton Bearcats take a page out of Baseball Hall of Famer Ernie Banks quote book today..."let's play two" as the men's and women's basketball teams are in action.

The women's team hosts the Vermont Catamounts at noon followed by the men's team entertaining the Maine Black Bears at about 2:15 PM

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Binghamton Women Looked for Conference Win at Home

The Binghamton Bearcats hosted Maine January 10 at the Events Center in women's basketball.

BU was 1-1 after dropping a road contest in Hartford.  The Catamounts were 0-2 in American East play.  Earlier, the Bearcats won their conference home opener by a 65-64 final over UMass Lowell

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Binghamton Senators Look for Road Wins

Tthe Binghamton Senators are looking to pick up road victories.

the Worcester Sharks and Manchester Monarchs are in the Atlantic Division. Worcester is last in their division with a record of 14-14-3-1

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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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