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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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Montrose To Host World Premiere Of Indy Film

A short independent film shot in Susquehanna County and New York City will have its world premiere in Montrose.

"If The Trees Could Talk" was written and directed by Michael Weinstein, a Queens native

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Tioga County Woman Charged With Forgery

A Nichols woman has been accused of cashing a check with a forged signature.

Authorities say 33-year-old Jennifer Bridge of Red Brush Road was arrested Thursday.

According to the Tioga County Sheriff's Office, Bridge cashed the check at the Chemung Canal Bank office in Owego

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Vestal Parkway Project About 50 Percent Complete

Work is continuing on the $7.1 million Vestal Parkway repaving project.

The job includes resurfacing and other improvements on Route 434 in the town of Vestal. The project got underway in early August

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Season Continues For Binghamton Farmers Market

Vendors will be selling some fall favorites at the downtown Binghamton farmers market over the next few Fridays.

The market will operate on Collier Street through the end of the month.

Fresh fruits and vegetables from New York and Pennsylvania farms will be available on October 17, 24 and 31

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Marijuana Arrest At Tioga County School

A West Endicott teenager was arrested after he was found to be in possession of marijuana at a Broome-Tioga BOCES school.

Authorities say the 17-year-old boy was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Police Cars To Get Dashcams

Dashboard cameras will soon be installed in several Binghamton police vehicles.

The city plans to use $32,000 in state grant money to pay for dashcams for six patrol cars.

Officials say this will be the first time dash cameras will be used by the Binghamton police department

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

Tioga County Corn Maze Now An Autumn Tradition

Hundreds of people a week have been visiting an eight-acre corn maze attraction in Newark Valley.

The tenth season of Stoughton Farm's fall maze opened two weeks ago.

The owners of Stoughton Farm say the maze this year features a design to show support for area animal shelters

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton First Ward Pool Demolition Starts

Workers have started to tear down the historic pool in Binghamton's First Ward Park.

The pool, which is said to have opened on Memorial Day 1950, had not been used in recent years because city officials determined repair work would be too expensive

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

“Suspicious” Activity Prompts Endicott School Lockdown

A middle school in Endicott was locked down today after some type of "suspicious activity" outside the building.

According to the Union-Endicott School District, Jennie F. Snapp Middle School on Loder Avenue was placed in a "lockout" at 11:15 a

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Teachout To Discuss Corruption In Binghamton Visit

Fordham University law professor Zephyr Teachout is planning to talk about political corruption during a visit to Binghamton.

Teachout, who challenged Governor Andrew Cuomo in a September Democratic primary, is scheduled to discuss her new book, "Corruption In America: From Benjamin Franklin's Snuff Box to Citizens United

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Category: Local News, News, Politics

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