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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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Cordisco Hopes to Return to Binghamton City Council

A Binghamton businessman says he wants to be a member of City Council again.

John Cordisco has announced he plans to run as a Republican candidate to represent the Fourth District.

Cordisco operates a convenience store on Chenango Street on Binghamton's North Side

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Local Film to Be Screened at Binghamton Mansion

The local premiere of an original film production called The Traffickers will be held in downtown Binghamton as part of this month's First Friday events.

The detective-drama movie is to be screened at the Phelps Mansion Museum at 6:30 p.m. Frida

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [July 2014]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [July 2014]

Moss Establishing Committee to Back GOP Candidates

Christopher Moss, who ran as the Republican candidate for New York lieutenant governor, says he's working to get more people enrolled in the party.

The 47-year-old Moss, who has been Chemung County sheriff for nine years, was Rob Astorino's running mate in the November election

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Public Meeting Planned on IBM Endicott Cleanup

State environmental regulators will hold a meeting to discuss the future of a pollution cleanup project at a former IBM facility in Endicott.

The site off North Street in the village had been used for decades by IBM for manufacturing operations

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Johnson City Man Charged After Parking Lot Crash

A man suspected of sideswiping a vehicle in the parking lot of the Johnson City Walmart store was spotted by police officers as he walked out of the business.

Authorities say 41-year-old Ernest Bembridge of Johnson City faces several charges following the reported crash in the store lot off Gannett Drive

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Binghamton Officials: Try to Prevent Frozen Pipes

The city of Binghamton water department is advising residents to take steps to reduce the likelihood of frozen water lines.

According to City Hall, water department crews have been working to thaw out frozen service lines and repair water main breaks

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Dozens of Binghamton Homes Without Water Service

As many as forty residential water customers in the city of Binghamton are without service because of frozen pipes and lines.

The problem has been affecting water systems across the Northeast in recent weeks

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iStockphoto

Binghamton Killer Back in Maximum-Security Prison

James Wales Sr., the man who killed a 12-year-old Binghamton girl, has been returned to a maximum-security prison.

Wales was sentenced to 33-and-a-third years to life in prison for first-degree rape and second-degree murder in connection with the 1984 attack on Cheri Ann Lindsey

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Construction on Endicott Project May Start Soon

Site work on a planned $8.5 million residential development in Endicott could get underway in the next few months.

The Skye View Heights project is to be built north of East Franklin Street

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Hancock Man’s Death Linked to Hypothermia

Police investigators in Delaware County say an autopsy has determined the cause of death of a man whose body was discovered near railroad tracks in the village of Hancock.

Authorities say 60-year-old Arthur Ballard of Read Street, Hancock, died due to a combination of hypothermia and acute alcohol intoxication

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