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Registration Open for Binghamton Citizen Police Academy

Mayor Richard David says the City Police and Binghamton Housing Authority are gearing up for the spring 2016 Citizen Police Academy.

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Cindy Fortner (New York State Police photo)
Cindy Fortner (New York State Police photo)

Binghamton Girls’ Mother Charged with Kidnapping

The mother of two Binghamton girls who had been missing for 317 days was sent to Broome County Jail after she was charged with kidnapping.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Workers Sprucing Up Downtown District

As the "winter that wasn't" draws to a close, city of Binghamton workers have been busy doing some early spring cleaning downtown.

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Heroin Seized in Raid at Binghamton Home

Two people were arrested after police confiscated heroin from a home on the south side of Binghamton.

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Amanda Hellman (New York State Police photo)
Amanda Hellman (New York State Police photo)

Vestal Woman Charged After Missing Girls Are Found

A 29-year-old woman was arrested after two Binghamton girls who had been missing for 317 days were found in her Vestal home.

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Broome County Sheriff's Office
Broome County Sheriff's Office

Binghamton Man Charged in Maines Meat Heist

Police have arrested a suspect in connection with a brazen theft of several hundred dollars worth of meat from a Town of Chenango store.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Opening Date Set for Binghamton A&W Restaurant

Construction crews are finishing work on an A&W Restaurant on Binghamton's East Side.

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Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images

Binghamton Blighted Properties to be Razed

Binghamton mayor Richard David is releasing a list of 13 blighted properties due to be torn down as the city concentrates on improving neighborhoods outside of the downtown district.

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A 1968 description of the Link simulator provided by the Center for Technology and Innovation.
A 1968 description of the Link simulator provided by the Center for Technology and Innovation.

Link Apollo Simulator Coming Back to Binghamton

A piece of United States space history is returning to the Binghamton area.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Carpenters Union Blasts Binghamton Mayor on PLA

Members of a union that represents carpenters demonstrated in downtown Binghamton to express their displeasure with the mayor's veto of a measure affecting a major sewage treatment plant project.

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