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Broome Will Seek More Military Surplus Equipment

The Broome County Sheriff's Office is expected to apply for additional military-style gear from the federal government.

Sheriff David Harder says he's been looking online to "see what's available."

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Friday, Harder said he is trying to find some water buffaloes, tankers that could be used to transport water to areas after a disaster.

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Binghamton U and SUNY Broome Presidents Interviewed

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger and SUNY Broome Community College President Kevin Drumm were guests on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Stenger and Drumm were interviewed separately and together by host Bob Joseph on Friday morning's broadcast.

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Libous Vows To Fight Federal Allegations [AUDIO]

New York State Senator Thomas Libous discussed an indictment alleging he made false statements to the FBI during a live interview on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Libous answered questions from host Bob Joseph on Tuesday morning, one week after federal officials announced the indictment against the senator.

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NYS Regent James Tallon Interviewed On “Binghamton Now”

James Tallon, Jr., a member of the New York State Board of Regents, discussed a range of education and health issues on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Friday.

Tallon is president of the United Hospital Fund of New York. He previously h

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Hanna, Tenney Battle In Primary Campaign

Republicans Richard Hanna and Claudia Tenney are working to encourage their supporters to vote in Tuesday's Republican primary in the 22nd Congressional District.

Hanna was first elected to the House of Representatives in 2010

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Paladino Talks Politics On WNBF’s “Binghamton Now”

Carl Paladino, the western New York businessman who ran against Andrew Cuomo four years ago, visited the WNBF Binghamton Now studio Friday.

Paladino discussed state and national political issues, along with the future of the Buffalo Bills, with Bob Joseph.

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Knitters Brighten Owego Ahead Of Strawberry Fest

An unusual art project has helped add color to the village of Owego in preparation for the annual Strawberry Festival.

Laura Eberly, one of the organizers of what was billed as a community "yarn bomb" project, says people who knit and crochet donated pieces they crafted over the past several weeks

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CBS News Correspondent Discusses Harris Interview

Erin Moriarty, a CBS News correspondent and an attorney, interviewed Calvin Harris at his Tioga County home on Tuesday. Harris is facing a third trial in connection with the 2001 disappearance of his wife, Michele

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Downtown Binghamton Building Plan Gains Support

A Binghamton developer has outlined his proposal to build a mid-rise building at a city-owned downtown site.

Mark Yonaty of Greater Binghamton Development answered questions during a city council committee meeting on his plan for the property at the southeast corner of Court and State streets

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Bill Parker On “Binghamton Now” Special Edition

Bill Parker, known as the "Dean of Broadcasting" in Binghamton, will be heard on News Radio 1290 WNBF Monday.

Listen to a special Binghamton Now program Monday at 9:10 a.m.

The program, featuring Parker and Broome County historian Gerald Smith, originally aired last December.

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