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New York Tourism Summit in Albany

Business leaders are gathering in the state capitol for a summit to discuss how to boost tourism in New York.

The tourism industry is the 5th largest employer in the state.

Governor Andrew Cuomo says the summit will continue his administration's dialogue with business leaders on job creation ideas

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Facebook photo courtesy of Ross Park Zoo
Facebook photo courtesy of Ross Park Zoo

Artic Fox and Free T-Shirts at Binghamton Zoo This Weekend

August, the Artic fox has arrived at Ross Park Zoo on Morgan Road, Binghamton.

Starting this weekend, the two year old fox will be on exhibit at Ross Park. Also, the zoo will be giving away free Binghamton Zoo t-shirts to the first 700 visitors Saturday, May 4

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Image courtesy Ross Park Zoo
Image courtesy Ross Park Zoo

Binghamton’s Penguins Go B-Sens Calder Cup Fans

The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park is getting in on the AHL playoff action, supporting the Binghamton Senator's bid for the Calder Cup.

The Binghamton Zoo is set to rename their penguins for the duration of the series.

The (now) 'Senguins' are a unique se

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Earth Fest Activities Kick Off Ross Park Zoo’s 138th Season

The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park is among several locations around the Greater Binghamton Area holding activities to celebrate Earth Fest April 20th.

The date also marks the opening of the 138th regular season for the zoo on Morgan Road on Binghamton's South Side

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Driver Ticketed For Bailed Aluminum Dropped on Highway

A Sullivan County man has several tickets courtesy of Delaware County for allegedly causing a road hazard in the town of Colchester.

Sheriff's officials say they responded April 17th to State Route 17 where they found a load of bailed aluminum had shifted on a dump truck driven by 58 year old Loren Holland of Kaueneonga Lake, New York

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Photo by Kathy Whyte
Photo by Kathy Whyte

Hooper Road Bridge May Close for Three Weeks in 2014

Motorists looking to access Hooper Road businesses in Endwell next year may have to either delay their plans for a couple of weeks or plan out some creative detours.

Engineers working on the replacement of the 40 year old Hooper Road bridge over Route 17C (East Main Street) say the preferred option for the construction is to close the bridge off entirely for two to three weeks instead of going for a partial closure that would extend the work time by several months

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Photo by Kathy Whyte
Photo by Kathy Whyte

Hooper Road Bridge Rehabililtation

The Broome County Department of Public Works Engineering Division will conduct a public information meeting April 11th to talk about the draft plan for the rehabilitation of the Hooper Road Bridge over 17-C (East Main Street) in Endwell

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Category: Local News, Traveling
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Greek Peak Expansion Proposal

The new owners of Greek Peak say they not only plan to keep the estimated 1000 workers at the resort, but they have their eyes set on possible expansion. Marc Temerman and John Meier, of Elmira, have assured U

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Photo by Kathy Whyte
Photo by Kathy Whyte

Prospect Mountain Lane Closures Resume

The  New York State Department of Transportation says long-term lane reductions can be expected in the Binghamton area on State Route 17 westbound between exit 72 (Mygatt Street) and exit 71 (Airport Road) as crews construct a retaining wall for the Prospect Street Connector in the City of Binghamton

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Region Thanksgiving Gas Prices

Southern Tier drivers traveling during the holiday weekend may be thankful gasoline prices aren't as high as they were early last month.

Motorists might be a bit less grateful when they recall what the pump price was last Thanksgiving

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