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Demolition Of Fire-Damaged Binghamton Building Delayed

Crews prepared to tear down the remains of a fire-ravaged Binghamton structure were sent home after waiting at the site for hours.

Mayor Richard David this morning announced that demolition of the former All Around Building Supplies complex on Brown Street would begin today

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Wall Falls At Fire-Wrecked Binghamton Building

Part of a wall on a building that was heavily-damaged in a June arson blaze has collapsed next to a Binghamton street.

People who live near the wrecked structure at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Brown Street had expressed concern about dangers posed by the site

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Binghamton Police Investigating Arson Blaze

Binghamton detectives are trying to determine who was responsible for the latest arson fire at a vacant commercial building on Brown Street.

City fire investigators concluded Monday's fire at the former All Around Building Supplies store was not accidental

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Investigators: Binghamton Fire Was Arson

A blaze that damaged a building that had housed a Binghamton lumber business has been ruled incendiary in nature.

Monday's fire at the former All Around Building Supplies property on Brown Street was reported shortly after 2:30 p

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Man Charged With Arson In Norwich Blaze

An arrest has been made in connection with a fire at a town of Norwich storage facility that destroyed Toys for Tots donations and thousands of dollars worth of other items.

Authorities say 25-year-old Michael Golotty has been charged with felony arson and burglary

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Girls Accused Of Setting Fire At Endicott Park

Two teenage girls have been arrested in connection with a fire that damaged playground equipment at an Endicott park.

Authorities say the suspects are 13 and 15 years old. They've each been charged with fifth-degree arson, a misdemeanor

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Third Arson Fire At Binghamton First Ward Building

For the third time in seven months, Binghamton firefighters extinguished a blaze set inside an abandoned industrial building in the First Ward.

The latest arson fire at the E.H. Titchener and Company structure at 67 Clinton Street was discovered shortly after 9 a

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Binghamton Police Investigating First Ward Arson

There's been another arson fire in Binghamton's First Ward.

The city fire marshal's office has determined a blaze that caused extensive damage to a vacant home at 10 Judson Avenue was not accidental

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Man Charged With Arson In Vestal Business Fire

A Bradford County man has been accused of starting a fire that damaged a Vestal car dealership.

Authorities say 32-year-old Christopher Stoudt of Towanda is suspected of breaking into All-Star Auto on the Vestal Parkway West and starting a fire on June 30

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Binghamton Police Release Lincoln Hotel Video

Detectives investigating the Lincoln Hotel arson case have been examining images from a Clinton Street surveillance camera that appear to show three people entering building just before the fire.

Binghamton police have released one video segment that shows the trio leaving the sidewalk and walking onto the Lincoln Hotel property

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