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Cuomo Invited to New York State Secession Rally [LISTEN]

Representatives of groups supporting a New York State secession movement are planning a rally in Chenango County and they've decided to invited Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The event is to be held at the General Clinton Park in Bainbridge from 1:00 to 3:00 p

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Governor Paterson Discusses Trinidad Rally Controversy

Former New York Governor David Paterson sparked a bit of a controversy with an appearance at a political rally in Trinidad.

Paterson spoke on behalf of Dr. Keith Rowley, the People's National Movement candidate for prime minister

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Ground Broken for Johnson City “Habitat” Home

Work is getting underway on another Habitat for Humanity project in Broome County.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held August 10 at the site of a home to be built in Johnson City.

Amy Winans, Broome County Habitat for Humanity executive director, said the property is a corner lot at Floral Avenue and Willow Street

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New Binghamton School May Be “Ready” in 100 Days

Nearly four years after a flood wrecked the old MacArthur School on Binghamton's South Side, construction on a new school is nearing completion.

Binghamton school district officials say November 16 continues to be the "substantial completion date" for the project

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Apalachin Man Seeking 52nd District Senate Seat

A second Tioga County resident has announced he wants to be on the November ballot for the special election for the state Senate seat previously held by Republican Thomas Libous.

51-year-old Richard Purtell said he wants to secure the Libertarian Party line

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Cost of Binghamton Bridge Repair Project Rises

Binghamton's Exchange Street bridge is in much worse shape than engineers had believed before a reconstruction project began. The additional needed repairs will increase the cost of the work.

Mayor Richard David said more problems were discovered after the project started in April.

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Senate Candidate Barbara Fiala Interviewed [Audio]

Former Broome County executive Barbara Fiala says she's the right person to represent the 52nd Senate district in Albany.

Fiala - who also served as Department of Motor Vehicles commissioner in the Cuomo administration - discussed some of the issues she'll be running on during a live interview on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

The interview aired o

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Assembly Speaker Heastie on “Binghamton Now” [Audio]

New York State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie continued his upstate tour with with several stops in Broome County.

On July 30, the Bronx Democrat was interviewed on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

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Assembly Speaker Heastie Visits Broome County

Carl Heastie, the Bronx Democrat who became New York Assembly Speaker less than six months ago, will meet residents of the Binghamton area as his upstate tour continues.

Heastie plans to make stops in Binghamton, Vestal and Endicott on Thursday

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“New York Ron” Rides the Rails Across USA

A visitor to Binghamton had quite a story to tell when he visited WNBF Radio. He's known as "New York Ron" and he discussed his travels across the nation by freight train.

Ron is now 66 and he says he has been riding the rails for nearly a half-century.

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