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Broome County Post Office Will Cut Operating Hours

A neighborhood post office that serves residents of Johnson City and Binghamton won't close but its operating hours will be reduced.

The United States Postal Service evaluated the operations of the Bible School Park post office, which is located on the Davis College campus on Riverside Drive

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Vestal Rail Trail Restroom Available Again

Relief is once again available for those who use a popular Broome County trail.

A restroom at the old Vestal Coal House at the Stage Road end of the town Rail Trail was closed for a time, creating a hardship for walkers, joggers and bicyclists

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott Intersection Safety Improvements Delayed

Improvement projects at two busy intersections in the village of Endicott won't be finished before winter.

Traffic and pedestrian signals, along with new sidewalks and curbing, are being installed near the Huron campus, where hundreds of people work for BAE Systems and other companies

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Binghamton University photo
Binghamton University photo

Marc Lawrence Interviewed On “Binghamton Now”

The filmmaker Marc Lawrence is looking forward to the release of The Rewrite, his latest movie. Lawrence spent a few years in Broome County while he was a student at SUNY-Binghamton.

Lawrence spoke with Bob Joseph about his childhood, his time in Binghamton and his career on WNBF Radio's "Binghamton Now" progtam.

The

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Construction To Start On Dickinson Hotel Project

A long-delayed hotel project in the town of Dickinson is moving forward.

Town supervisor Michael Marinaccio says the building will be constructed on the site of a former school in Prospect Terrace

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Downtown Binghamton Parking Project Delayed

Work on a controversial parking lot in downtown Binghamton is expected to resume in the spring.

The $336,000 project to remove the Washington Street pedestrian mall north of Court Street was announced by Mayor Richard David three weeks ago

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Binghamton Riverside Drive Project Nearing Completion

The initial phase of the Riverside Drive reconstruction project on Binghamton's West Side should be finished soon.

Mayor Richard David says water and sewer lines were in worse shape than expected

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Binghamton Killer Moved To Medium-Security Prison

The man who raped and killed the 12-year-old daughter of a Binghamton police sergeant has been moved from a maximum-security prison to a medium-security facility in Cayuga County.

James Wales Sr

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The Rewrite
The Rewrite

Opening Soon: A Love Story At Binghamton University

 

It appears the wait is nearly over for those looking forward to seeing a movie set at Binghamton University.

The Rewrite, the work of Binghamton graduate Marc Lawrence, now is expected to be in United States theaters in time for Valentine's Day. It opened in

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Bill Parker Talks Binghamton Radio And TV History

Veteran Binghamton broadcaster Bill Parker joined Broome County historian Gerald Smith on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Friday morning.

Parker was on hand when WNBF-TV Channel 12 (now WBNG-TV) officially started operations on December 1, 1949.

Over the yea

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