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Abandoned Binghamton “Drug Bar” Burns

A downtown Binghamton building that once housed a bar that became known for drug dealing and violence was damaged by an early-morning fire.

The blaze in the lower level of the vacant property at 92 Henry Street was reported just before 4 a

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Binghamton Officials To Discuss First Ward Strategy

The future of Binghamton's First Ward will be the focus of a community workshop.

City officials say the program will be held at the First Ward Senior Center at 226 Clinton Street from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday

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Binghamton Student Housing Wins Tax Breaks

The Broome County Industrial Development Agency has approved a tax break package for a downtown Binghamton student housing project.

One Wall Street Associates of New York City is converting the building that once housed The Fair Store into 48 apartments

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Water Line Break Closes Binghamton’s Court Street

A major water line ruptured on Court Street in downtown Binghamton, prompting the closure of two blocks of the city's main thoroughfare.

The break was reported around midday Thursday as a steady snow continued to fall

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Broome Workers Clear Sidewalk At Closed DMV Office

Pedestrians walking on Clinton Street in Binghamton's First Ward were able to use the sidewalk in front of the former DMV office Wednesday after workers cleared away snow and ice.

The office at 181 Clinton Street was shut down last month as Broome County moved the city DMV operation to the downtown bus station

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Binghamton Copes With More Frozen Water Lines

A frozen water line resulted in the closure of a section of Court Street in downtown Binghamton.

Eastbound traffic was detoured at the roundabout onto Chenango or Exchange streets on Wednesday

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Binghamton Mayor: Fight Video “Really Was Disturbing”

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says he's viewed an extended video recording of what appears to be an after-school fight at Recreation Park on the city's West Side.

The recording was posted to Facebook last week

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Sidewalk At Closed Broome DMV Office Unshoveled

Pedestrians near the recently-shuttered Broome County Department of Motor Vehicles office in Binghamton's First Ward have been coping with a sidewalk that hasn't been cleared of snow.

The walk in front of the county-owned property at 181 Clinton Street remained unshoveled Tuesday, posing a hazard to those who attempted to navigate it or those who walked in the street to avoid the snow

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Binghamton’s WBNG Being Acquired By Illinois Company

An Illinois-based media company has announced plans to buy WBNG-TV, which provides programing from CBS and The CW in the Binghamton market.

Quincy Newspapers, Inc. is acquiring WBNG and two other stations from Granite Broadcasting Corporation

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Binghamton Water Line Breaks Keep Crews Busy

Broken water lines in the city of Binghamton and across Broome County have caused some service problems in recent days.

Most of the trouble with ruptured lines and water mains have not resulted in significant service disruptions

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