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Binghamton Now

Bob Joseph hosts Binghamton Now weekday mornings from nine to noon.

Binghamton Now is the area’s only local call-in talk show.  Bob interviews newsmakers to find out more about the top stories of the day. Hee also takes your calls and emails.

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M-F 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Man Accused Of Urinating On Floor Of Tioga Business

A Waverly man was being held in Tioga County Jail after authorities say he urinated on the floor in front of employees of a town of Barton business.

According to the Tioga County Sheriff's Department, 51-year-old Randy Barrowcliff of State Route 34 entered Energy Machine LLC, an oil and gas drilling tool repair company near his home

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Street Repaving Projects Slow Binghamton Traffic

Drivers traveling through Binghamton are coping with several paving and other projects.

Downtown traffic has been slowed with milling and repaving operations on sections of Henry and Water streets

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Johnson City Man Jailed After Dispute

Police in Johnson City say a village man was charged with felony criminal contempt following a reported domestic dispute.

Authorities say 32-year-old Darryl Lynch was arrested after a fight with a woman police described as a live-in girlfriend

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Seeks Comment On Secondhand Dealer Law

Broome County lawmakers are accepting public comment on a proposal to regulate so-called "secondhand dealers."

Local police officials have said the plan would help track stolen items.

When the proposed rules were announced, law enforcement agency representatives said the law would make it tougher for people to quickly sell someone else's property for drug money

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Abandoned Binghamton Buildings To Be Torn Down

Demolition work is about to get underway at several abandoned building sites around Binghamton.

LCP Group of Vestal will be paid $161,525 to tear down eight structures. The demolition contract was awarded three months ago

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Binghamton Police Department

Binghamton Police Hope Video Leads To Suspects

Binghamton detectives are trying to find the two men who attacked a West Side store employee before robbing the business.

Police have released surveillance video showing the robbers assaulting a worker at Silver and Gold Expressions at 348 Main Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton “Sidewalk Of Stars” Removed

Workers have finished taking out dozens of stars that made up the "Sidewalk of Stars" near the MetroCenter in downtown Binghamton.

City of Binghamton and Broome County officials last month announced plans to relocate the stars to the Forum Theatre on Washington Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Jazz Concert Enlivens Binghamton Farmers Market

The sounds of jazz were heard in downtown Binghamton as a weekly summer concert series continued.

EneRJee Jazz Trio performed with vocalist Ayana Del Valle Friday afternoon at the Farmers Market on Collier Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Closing Time For Two Broome Weis Markets Stores

Operations are winding down at two Weis Markets stores in Broome County.

In May, the Pennsylvania-based supermarket chain announced plans to close stores on Main Street on Binghamton's West Side and on Harry L Drive in Johnson City

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

New Binghamton Highway Bridge Opening

A newly-constructed bridge over the Chenango River in Binghamton is scheduled to be put into operation early Friday.

According to the state Department of Transportation, the Route 17 westbound bridge over the river is to close at 9 p

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