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Heroin Awareness Night April 28 at SUNY Broome

A community "Binghamton Heroin Awareness Night" will be held Tuesday, April 28th at SUNY Broome in the school's gymnasium.  The forum is open to everyone in the area and offers residents a chance to listen to ten different speakers discussing the heroin epidemic in our region.

Doors open for the event at 6:30 PM with the presentations scheduled from 7-9 PM.  The night is sponsored by SUNY Broome Center for Civic Engagement, SUNY Broome Department of Psychology, Human Services and Chemical Dependency Counseling.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Parts of Crumbling Binghamton Parking Garage Closed

As holes continued to open in deteriorated concrete, Binghamton officials closed sections of a parking garage across the street from City Hall.

About 200 of the 535 parking spaces in the Collier Street garage are unavailable as emergency repairs get underway

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Broome County Welfare Enforcement Saves $12 Million

Broome County officials are reporting on-going operations to crack down on Welfare Fraud have saved over $12 million in potential undeserved payments last year.

Broome Security last year reviewed almost 12,000 filings, disqualifying 437 on non-criminal grounds and charging 83 people with welfare fraud

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

Senator Thomas Libous Tells Judge He’s Dying

In spite of his office issuing several statements in the past saying New York State Senator Thomas Libous’ health is well enough for him to continue doing his work in state government, the New York Post has printed an article containing a plea from the Republican to a judge asking to spare his son jail time to allow Matthew Libous to stay with the Senator in the career politician’s final days.

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

First Ward, Binghamton Business Damaged by Fire

City of Binghamton Fire Captain Robert Parke says a woman was taken by a private party to be evaluated for possible smoke inhalation after bystanders told authorities she helped a second floor resident get out of a burning building on Glenwood Avenue at Lake Avenue in the First Ward at 12:02 a

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