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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.

The monthly

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12-Story Tower Proposed For Downtown Binghamton Site

Three prospective developers have submitted proposals for a city-owned site in the center of downtown Binghamton.

Mayor Richard David says two local parties and one from New Jersey have outlined plans for the property at the southeast corner of Court and State streets

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Mollen: Too Soon To Assess Moreland Investigation

Broome County District Attorney Gerald Mollen says it'll take time to assess the value of the work of the Moreland commission on public corruption.

Mollen was one of the members of the panel created by Governor Cuomo last summer to investigate wrongdoing involving state elected officials

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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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