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Let There Be Lights at Maine-Endwell

Spartan Stadium at Maine-Endwell High School now can host night events thanks to funding contributed by alum Thomas Tull and his wife Alba.  Tull is a 1988 graduate of M-E. .

WNBF News/Roger Neel PhotoHe is CEO of Legendary Entertainment as well as a part owner of the National Football League's  Pittsburgh Steelers

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Binghamton Mets Look For Road Win Before All-Star Break

The Binghamton Mets look for a road win tonight in Erie to wrap-up the first portion of the Eastern League season and head into the All-Star break.  Following tonight's 7:05 game (air at 6:50 on News Radio 1290 WNBF) the Eastern League takes a two-day break for the annual All-Star contest in Altoona

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Binghamton Mets Rock SeaWolves

After dropping the series opener on Friday night the Binghamton Mets ripped the Erie SeaWolves last night in Erie 9-3.

.  Cory Mazzoni went seven innings and gave up three runs on five hits to earn his second win of the season

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Sacred Heart Ukranian Church Festival Set For Second Day

The Sacred Heart Ukranian Church is holding its annual Ukranian Festival today and tomorrow at the picnic grounds at 607 Brooks Road in Castle Creek. A big crowd turned out today to enjoy delicious Ukranian food, Ukranian beer and to shop for gifts and raffle prizes

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B-Mets Look for Series Sweep

The Binghamton Mets look for a clean sweep this afternoon at NYSEG Stadium as they host the Portland Sea Dogs.  Binghamton swept a doubleheader last night against the Sea Dogs posting wins of 6-1 and 1-0

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Binghamton Senators Compete in AHL East Again This Season

The American Hockey League's Board of Governors announced the division alignment for the 2014 -15 season.  The Binghamton Senators remain in the East Division but rival Syracuse moves to the Northeast Divison

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B-Mets and Sea Dogs Play Two Today

The Binghamton Mets host the Portland Sea Dogs in a doubleheader today at NYSEG Stadium.  Last night's scheduled game between the top two teams in the Eastern Division of the Eastern League was postponed after heavy rains belted the area

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Rain Postpones B-Mets Versus Portland Sea Dogs

 

Heavy rain and strong winds pounded the area tonight forcing postponement of the scheduled game between the Binghamton Mets and Portland Sea Dogs at NYSEG Stadium.  The game never got started as severe weather swept in prior to the first pitch.

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B-Mets Host Portland in Battle for First Place

Even though it is only early July tonight's series opener against the Portland Sea Dogs has playoff implications for both teams.  Heading into the first game of a four-game series the Sea Dogs lead the B-Mets by eight games in the Eastern Division of the Eastern League

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Binghamton Mets Send Four to All-Star Game

The Binghamton Mets will be well represented at the Eastern League All-Star Game in Altoona on Wednesday, July 16 at 7:00 PM.  The Eastern and Western Divisions will square off at Peoples Natural Gas Field, the home of the Altoona Curve

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