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Signs Of Support For Manning In Binghamton

As the sentencing phase of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's court-martial got underway in Maryland, there were signs that some people in Binghamton support the soldier.

Manning was convicted by a military judge of violating the Espionage Act for releasing thousands of government documents to WikiLeaks

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Binghamton Humane Society May Have A Dog For You

There are plenty of dogs and cats available for adoption at The Humane Society in Binghamton.

Laura Melville brought Charlie, a Jack Russell terrier, with her to WNBF's Binghamton Now studio Monday morning.

Charlie, who

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Remembering Binghamton’s Deadliest Fire

It's been a century since 31 people died in a garment factory fire in downtown Binghamton.

The blaze at the Binghamton Clothing Company on Wall Street broke out on the afternoon of July 22, 1913

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Binghamton ACA Memorial Nearing Completion

A dedication ceremony for Binghamton's ACA Memorial Park may be held in September.

The park at Front and Clinton streets is very close to completion.

The memorial is to honor those who died in the American Civic Association shooting incident on April 3, 2009

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DiNapoli: “Brightening Outlook” For Binghamton Finances

The city of Binghamton may be making progress in improving its financial situation but state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the city continues to face "real challenges."

DiNapoli visited Binghamton Thursday to release a fiscal profile of the city prepared by his office

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Binghamton Roundabout Truck Ban May Be Considered

Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says it might be time to contemplate taking action to prohibit trucks from using the downtown roundabout.

The reconstructed Court Street intersection at Exchange and Chenango streets opened to traffic last August

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Audit Shows Growth In Binghamton Reserve Fund

Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says the city's fund balances have risen to a "healthy level."

The mayor today discussed portions of an audit that have been made public. The independent review of the city's finances indicated the general fund reserve increased from about $219,000 at the end of 2005 to more than $6

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Supermarket Truck Damages Binghamton Roundabout

A tractor-trailer has caused thousands of dollars in damage to the downtown Binghamton roundabout.

The latest roundabout incident occurred last Thursday evening.

City engineer Philip Krey said a truck driver wanted to travel west on Court Street but was unable to do so because the street was closed in preparation for July Fest

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Woman Struck By Truck In Binghamton

A woman was hit by a truck on Front Street in Binghamton's First Ward Monday morning.

It happened around 8:45 near Front and Winding Way, just north of the Broome County Health Department offices

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Binghamton Gas Prices On The Rise

Drivers around the Twin Tiers already are paying higher gasoline prices than a week ago and the increases are likely to continue.

Some Binghamton-area gas stations have raised pump prices by 14 cents a gallon in the last ten days

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