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Coming Monday on WNBF’s “Binghamton Now”

Another great week of live-and-local talk is coming up on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Monday morning at 9:30, Broome County District Attorney Gerald Mollen will discuss the Moreland Commission. Mollen was a me

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Former Mayor Juanita Crabb on “Binghamton Now”

Juanita Crabb, who served as mayor of Binghamton from 1982 to 1993, was interviewed on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Crabb discussed her early life and career as a teacher, as well as how she wound up serving on Binghamton City Council at the urging of her father. Shortly after t

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Former Mayor Alfred Libous On “Binghamton Now”

Alfred Libous, who served as mayor of Binghamton for 12 years from 1970 through 1981, was interviewed on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Libous discussed his early years in Binghamton and how he entered politics, first being elected to City Council and then being elected mayor for three terms.

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SUNY Broome To Host Political Candidate Workshop

A workshop for people contemplating a bid for political office will be held at SUNY Broome Community College.

Professor Douglas Garnar says this will be the third time the event has been held.

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, Garnar said the workshop aims to entice people who have "even the remotest interest" in running for public office to discover what's needed to make that happen.

Garnar said

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Binghamton Awaiting State OK For School Project

Binghamton City School District officials continue to wait for final state approval for the MacArthur Elementary project.

Work on the South Side school has been on hold because the State Education Department has been reviewing some technical aspects of the planned school

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Lupardo Pursuing Endicott Neighborhood Odor Complaints

A state lawmaker is continuing to investigate a foul odor that's been bothering some people who live on Endicott's North Side.

Residents have been complaining about a strong smell that apparently has been emanating from a wastewater treatment facility operated by i3 Electronics on the Huron Campus

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Libous Would Try Medical Marijuana – If It’s Legal

New York State Senator Thomas Libous won't rule out using marijuana to deal with the nausea brought on by his cancer treatments. But he says he would only consider doing so if such use is legalized

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Binghamton Mayor And Predecessor Discuss Roundabout

Binghamton Mayor Richard David and his predecessor, Matthew Ryan, had a spirited and spontaneous conversation about the downtown roundabout and a few other matters on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Tuesday.

Ryan, who no

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Owego Mayoral Candidates Discuss Issues

Owego mayor Kevin Millar and his challenger, business owner Lisa Curatolo, are expressing frustration that work in the village following the 2011 flood hasn't move forward more quickly.

Millar and Curatolo are facing each other in the March 18 election

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Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin Adding Pages

The Press & Sun-Bulletin is about to make some changes to enhance the newspaper's print edition.

Executive editor Neill Borowski says additional features will debut starting Sunday, including the inclusion of additional pages from Gannett's USA Today paper.

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