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SUNY Broome Marks Opening Of New Science Center

SUNY Broome's $21 million Natural Science Center has opened.

Construction on the three-story, 54,000 square-foot structure began in the spring of 2012.

A grand opening program to celebrate the completion of the facility will be held Thursday on the town of Dickinson campus

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Book Explores Broome County’s “Seamy Side”

Broome County historian Gerald Smith and former Press & Sun-Bulletin reporter George Basler have teamed up to examine some of the more infamous folks who've lived in the Binghamton area over the years.

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Binghamton Zoo Becomes “Beer Garden” For A Day

A wide variety of beers from regional brewers will be featured at the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park's annual Zoo Brew event.

Organizers say the zoo pavilions will be transformed into a beer garden to allow people to sample some of their favorite brews from a half-dozen producers

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Binghamton Now: School Superintendent Marion Martinez

Binghamton City School District superintendent Marion Martinez discussed the latest developments on the asbestos remediation work at the Calvin Coolidge Elementary School during an interview on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Martinez als

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Binghamton GOP Mayoral Candidates Debate [AUDIO]

Richard David, Edward Hickey and Douglas Walter Drazen are facing each other in the September 10 primary from the Republican nomination for Binghamton mayor.

The candidates discussed some of the issues facing city voters during a live forum Wednesday morning on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Listen to th

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“Binghamton Now” Hosting GOP Mayoral Forum

The Republican candidates for Binghamton mayor are planning to talk about the issues facing the issue in a debate to be broadcast live Wednesday on News Radio 1290 WNBF.

Richard David, Douglas Walter Drazen and Edward Hickey will be together in the Binghamton Now studio for the forum about the city's future. The three men are seeking the GO

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Binghamton Hearing Set On Health Facility Closures

A state Assembly panel has scheduled a public hearing in Binghamton on plans to close the Broome Developmental Center and end in-patient services at the Greater Binghamton Health Center.

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo, an Endwell Democrat, says the session is to be held September 13 at 11 a

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Binghamton Locomotive Engineer Spreads Safety Message

A Binghamton-based locomotive engineer has worked for years to encourage pedestrians and motorists to be careful around railroad tracks.

Harold Brill regularly guides freight trains from Binghamton to Harrisburg

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New York “Justice Center” Flooded With Calls

After less than two months in operation, the call center for the New York State Justice Center for People with Special Needs has been busy.

The new agency's hotline has received more than 15,000 calls

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Binghamton’s Mayor Introduces Us To Leo

Mayor Matthew Ryan brought a guest to his scheduled appearance on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Ryan said Leo is a terrier mix dog he and his wife rescued last September.

The mayor sa

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