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Binghamton Fire Linked To Child Playing With Candle

A fire that damaged an apartment house on Binghamton's North Side leaving eight people homeless has been ruled accidental.

City fire investigators say Sunday night's blaze at 42 Bevier Street was caused by a child playing with a candle

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Binghamton Highway Project Work To Resume

Major construction work on the Prospect Mountain project at the Route 17/Interstate 81 interchange should get underway again within a few weeks.

David Hamburg, a spokesman for the New York State Department of Transportation, says operations on the project in the city of Binghamton and the town of Dickinson likely will resume late this month

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Binghamton Citizens Police Academy To Be Held

Another Binghamton Citizens Police Academy will be presented starting next month.

City officials say the classes will be offered on Wednesday evenings over a 10-week period. The first session is scheduled for March 26

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Binghamton “State Of City” Address Will Be In April

Binghamton's new mayor is planning to wait until he's been in office for 100 days before he presents his first State of the City message.

Richard David says he'll deliver his address sometime in April, breaking with tradition

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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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Binghamton Prepares For Saturday Parade

Preparations are being made for Saturday's Saint Patrick's parade in downtown Binghamton.

City public works crews have been busy getting Court Street ready for participants and spectators.

The traditional "green line" was painted down the middle of the street on Monday, despite on-and-off snow showers

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Binghamton Potholes: Find, Fill, Repeat

Binghamton public works crews and their counterparts around the Northeast are facing a seemingly impossible task as they make emergency pothole repairs.

Over the weekend, police reported a major hazard on Riverside Drive at the Johnson City line

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Binghamton Potholes Pose Ongoing Challenge

Binghamton public works employees are working to fill some of the biggest potholes throughout the city but they're facing a difficult task.

The series of snowstorms and the freeze-thaw cycle have resulted in unusually large numbers of potholes throughout the entire region with a month left in winter

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Two Men Charged In Binghamton Burglaries

Two suspects have been arrested in a pair of burglaries on Bevier Street in Binghamton.

Authorities say 25-year-old Steven Bunting and 19-year-old Dane Search have been charged with second-degree burglary

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Landmark Binghamton Hotel Closed For Renovations

The Grand Royale Hotel in downtown Binghamton has been closed for planned renovations.

Owner Nirmal Aujla says the Collier Street hotel closed for business on December 21.

Aujla says he expects renovation work to get underway soon

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