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Tractor Trailers Plow Into Cortland County Sheriff Patrol Car

Kathy Whyte/ WNBF NewsCortland County Sheriff’s officials say a spectacular, chain reaction crash January 10 on Interstate 81 between exits 11 and 12 in Cortlandville, surprisingly, resulted in no serious injuries

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Ski Season Opens at Greenwood Park

The Broome County Parks and Recreation Department says, just as the Twin Tiers picked up several inches of new snow, cross-country ski season is officially underway.

Officials say Greenwood Park in the Town of Nanticoke, 12 miles north of the City of Binghamton, is open daily until 4 p

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Almost Annual New York State Crappie Derby Date Set

 

Organizers of the Almost Annual New York State Crappie Derby are crossing their fingers with the hopes of weeks of cold weather so the fishing tournament on Whitney Point can take place.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Roberson Museum’s Home for the Holidays is Open

A favorite holiday tradition in the Greater Binghamton is open at the Roberson Museum and Science Center through January 5th.

Speaking on WNBF's weekly local public affairs program November 23rd, Roberson marketing director, Jason Fiume says this year's Home for the Holidays blends some old favorites like displays depicting holiday traditions of the diverse ethnic groups that live in the region, with some modern features including a laser light show set to holiday music in the planetarium, stylized 'up-lighting' to show off the architectural features in the mansion and

whimsical showcase trees sponsored and decorated by local groups and businesses

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Another Bidder for a Southern Tier Casino Steps Up

It appears the stakes are being raised concerning the location of a Las Vegas-style casino in the Southern Tier should voters approve Proposition One next week.

The existing Tioga Downs in Nichols, which currently has harness racing and video gaming terminals, has been looking to expand and include table games if it is selected by New York State

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Binghamton Budget Cuts Could Stall Parks Improvements

Money that had been included in Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan’s proposed budget for next year to improve city parks facilities, including tennis courts on the west side, has met City Council’s chopping block

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Pennsylvania Senator Looks to Raise the Speed Limit

A Pennsylvania state senator wants to let drivers travel faster on Interstate highways and the turnpike.

Friday, Republican Joseph Scarnati proposed raising the speed limit on the Pennsylvania Turnpike and other major roads to 70 miles an hour

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New York State Parks Ordered to Stop Ban on Smoking

New York State Supreme Court Justice George Ceresia says rules put into place in February banning smoking in specific areas of New York State Parks is not supported by state legislative policy.

The judge is ordering the Parks officials to stop enforcing their ban on outdoor smoking

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Detour Around Taft Ave., Endwell Hole Could be Long-Term

A big hole that opened up October 5th on Taft Avenue near Ford and Jill Avenue in Endwell may cause traffic to be detoured though surrounding residential streets for several days.

Officials with the Broome County Highway Department said it may take a while to even get a temporary resolution to the hole that has closed the southbound lane of Taft Avenue

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Tri Cities Opera Launches its 65th Season

Tri Cities Opera in Binghamton is '65 and so alive' as it launches its fall season with two performances of Bizet's Carmen October 25 and 27 at the Forum Theater.

Speaking on the October 5 edition of the local weekly public affairs show, Southern Tier Close Up, TCO marketing director, Judy Berry says the company chose three of the most popular operas to perform for the 65th season.

In a

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