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Binghamton Pharmacy School May Receive State Funding

The initial funding for a proposed Binghamton University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy will be included in Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposed budget.

Senator Thomas Libous and University President Harvey Stenger say there's an agreement with the governor to set aside $10 million to start development of the new school

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Geothermal Project Launched At Binghamton Airport

A project using geothermal technology and designed by Binghamton University students is being built at the Greater Binghamton Airport.

Broome County Executive Debra Preston says the pavement in an aircraft parking area where people exit planes will be heated in what she believes may be the first project of its kind at a United States airport

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A Very Quiet Place At Binghamton University

If silence is golden, the new anechoic chamber on the Binghamton University Vestal campus may be priceless.

Professor Ron Miles is an acoustics expert and in order to work on his project to develop a better hearing aid, he needs a quiet room

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Binghamton U. Shoplifters “Publicly Shamed”

Binghamton University officials are investigating allegations that some students suspected of stealing in campus dining halls were subjected to "public shaming" by police.

The student newspaper Pipe Dream reported incidents in which students who may have taken food wi

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Electrical Fire At Binghamton Student Complex

A minor electrical fire resulted in the evacuation of dozens of people from a downtown Binghamton student housing complex.

The alarm at 20 Hawley Street came in around 2:55 Friday afternoon.

Kyle Seeley, executive assistant to Mayor Matthew Ryan, said the fire was in an electrical closet on the building's second floor

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Broome Energy Program Coordinator Questions Obama

A Vestal man was surprised when he had the opportunity to ask President Obama about the nation's future energy policy.

Adam Flint, coordinator of the Broome Energy Leadership Program, was selected by the president to pose a question during Friday's town hall-style session at Binghamton University

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Binghamton-Area Officials Praise Obama

President Obama's town hall meeting at Binghamton University played to favorable reviews from the region's elected officials who were there.

Broome County Executive Debra Preston said she was pleased the president visited the university

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Broome Fracking Rallies Held As Obama Visits

People on both sides of the fracking controversy gathered in Broome County to express their views as President Barack Obama brought his bus tour to the Binghamton area.

On the Binghamton University campus, hundreds of activists opposed to high-volume hydraulic fracturing held a rally under tight security

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Obama Answers Questions At Binghamton University

President Barack Obama fielded questions about education and energy during a town hall-style meeting at Binghamton University's Vestal campus Friday afternoon.

Obama spent most of the hour-long session elaborating on his plan designed to make higher education more affordable

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President Obama at Binghamton University

President Barack Obama is scheduled to appear at Binghamton University's Vestal campus this afternoon to hold a Town Hall-style meeting.

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