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Emergency Repaving Underway In Binghamton

A section of a residential street near the Prospect Mountain project in Binghamton is receiving special attention this week.

Emergency repaving was ordered on the eastern portion of Prospect Street after conditions worsened in recent days

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Fire Damages Binghamton Apartment House

Several people fled to safety when a fire broke out in an apartment building on Binghamton's North Side.

Thursday morning's blaze at 34 Pearne Street was reported at 5:53.

Authorities say the fire was knocked down about ten minutes later

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Binghamton Man Accused In Check Forgery Case

Binghamton police say they've arrested a man suspected of cashing checks with forged signatures.

Investigators say 37-year-old Michael Harrison of Binghamton was charged with two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument

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Binghamton Ends Appeal Of Drilling Ban Ruling

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the city has withdrawn its appeal of a state court decision that invalidated a local moratorium on gas drilling and exploration.

David issued a statement Tuesday afternoon announcing he had directed city Corporation Counsel Kenneth Frank to advise the Appellate Division of state Supreme Court that the city was ending its appeal

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Binghamton Ready For A Big Thaw

Snow greeted Twin Tiers residents today as they prepared for temperatures to rise into the 50s this weekend.

Plow crews from local public works departments and the state Department of Transportation were in action this morning to keep streets and highways as safe as possible

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Binghamton Zoo’s Adult Red Panda Dies

Xiao-Li, a five-year-old red panda at the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park, has died.

Zoo officials say they don't know what caused Xiao-Li's death. The animal was taken to Cornell University Wednesday for a necropsy

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Man Charged In Binghamton Social Club Burglary

A Binghamton man has been accused of burglarizing an Eldredge Street social club.

Authorities say 41-year-old Chad Baker was arrested by city police today.

Investigators say some alcohol, including vodka, may have been taken in the incident, which happened December 22

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Cold Snap Causes Twin Tiers Water Problems

The frigid temperatures have resulted in frozen water pipes in the Binghamton area.

One school was closed on Monday because of a burst water pipe. Union-Endicott School District officials say the incident happened at the Thomas J

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BC Transit Adjusts Routes Due To Snow

Broome County public transit buses continued to operate Thursday during the snow storm.

The county announced some changes were made to routes because of slippery road conditions.

On Route #7, there will be no service on Glenwood Road north of Prospect Street in the town of Dickinson

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Binghamton Mayor: City’s Ready For Snow

Binghamton Mayor Rich David says city public works crews are prepared to deal with the challenges posed by the winter storm.

David walked in the snow to City Hall shortly before nine o'clock this morning for his first business day as mayor after being sworn in on Wednesday

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