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Binghamton Seasonal Parking Rules About To Start

It's almost time for vehicle owners in the city of Binghamton to begin paying close attention to the calendar.

The city's alternate side-of-the-street parking regulations take effect on Sunday, December 1

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Blueprint Binghamton Announces Gift To Participant

A city business operator has been named the winner of a prize after participating in a series of Blueprint Binghamton discussions.

According to the mayor's office, Robert Gerard, co-owner of Green Way Pavements, was chosen to receive a Kindle Fire

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Sale Of Binghamton TV Stations Challenged

Nexstar Broadcasting's planned acquisition of two Binghamton television stations is being fought.

According to industry website TVNewsCheck, Time Warner Cable and the American Cable Association are challenging the proposed sale of WICZ and WBPN at the Federal Communications Commission

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Binghamton Area Copes With Snow And More

A winter weather advisory for the Twin Tiers is scheduled to be in effect through seven o'clock Thursday morning.

Many schools across the region delayed the start of classes Tuesday and most announced there would be no after-school activities

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Binghamton Garage Safety Precautions Planned

Scaffolding is to be put in place around a downtown Binghamton parking ramp to protect pedestrians from any concrete that might fall from the structure.

The scaffolding is to be erected around the Collier Street garage this week, just days after a stairwell at the facility was closed because of deteriorating concrete

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Binghamton Remembers JFK: 50 Years Later

A half-century after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, people who were alive at the time recalled where they were when they learned of the news.

The tragic events of November 22, 1963, were noted by some who visited a memorial to the president at Kennedy Park near the intersection of Chenango and Henry streets in downtown Binghamton

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Binghamton DoubleTree Starts Work On Addition

A downtown Binghamton hotel is adding an addition to provide more flexibility for catered events.

Construction work at the DoubleTree by Hilton on Water Street is underway.

General manager William Nolan says the 2500-square-foot addition will more than double the space of the hotel's pre-function area

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Binghamton Man is Guilty of Attempted Murder

Sentencing is set for February for a Binghamton man accused of repeatedly stabbing his girlfriend, causing serious injuries.

City police found Ralph Townsend in August 2012 in his second-floor apartment at 6 Miles Street in the First Ward

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Binghamton Forum On Common Core Standards

New York's education commissioner plans to conduct a forum in Binghamton on the new Common Core educational standards.

The session featuring commissioner John King Jr. is to be held Monday evening at West Middle School

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Binghamton Police Investigating Convenience Store Heists

Binghamton police detectives are working to determine whether three convenience store robberies in less than a week are connected.

The latest heist occurred at the Xtra Mart at 409 Court Street around 7:20 Monday night

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