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Minor River Flooding Expected in Broome County

The National Weather Service is advising Binghamton-area residents that some minor flooding may occur in the next few days.

Forecasters say that rainfall, combined with the elevated river levels, will cause rivers and streams to continue rising

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Child Abuse Prevention Month on Southern Tier Close Up

Broome County Family Violence Prevention Council coordinator Janette Cyganovich Brush appears on the April 11 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up to talk about April as Child Abuse Prevention Month and the 30th anniversary of the formation of the collaborative effort known as the Family Violence Prevention Council

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Category: Articles, Health, Local News
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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton & Johnson City Want Refund of Unspent Sewer Funds

For now, it doesn’t look like residents will be getting any refunds on their sewage fees in spite of word that the City of Binghamton and Village of Johnson City have asked for a direct payback of $4 million unspent capital fund money at the Joint Sewage Treatment Plant

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Legal Action Planned in Alleged Tioga Hills School Assault

New York State Police say they have wrapped up an investigation into allegations that a Vestal School District teacher assaulted a 10 year old student, causing serious injuries.

The New York State Child Abuse Hotline was contacted March 18 and family and friends have taken to social media to publicize the allegations

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Category: Articles, Crime, Local News
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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Trail Improvements Planned at Otsiningo Park

Work on a $500,000 trail upgrade at Broome County's Otsiningo Park in the town of Dickinson is scheduled to start in about four months.

A walking path that starts at the park's Bevier Street entrance and runs along the Chenango River is to be widened from eight feet to twelve feet

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