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Binghamton Water Work To Affect Some Service

Binghamton officials say water service is expected to be interrupted to a few customers on the city's South Side on Wednesday.

According to water maintenance supervisor Mark Cornwell, crews are planning to do work in the area of Morgan Road

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12-Story Tower Proposed For Downtown Binghamton Site

Three prospective developers have submitted proposals for a city-owned site in the center of downtown Binghamton.

Mayor Richard David says two local parties and one from New Jersey have outlined plans for the property at the southeast corner of Court and State streets

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Binghamton Housing Complex To Open In August

A downtown Binghamton project that could house nearly 200 people should be ready for occupancy in about four months.

The University Lofts complex at Court and Chenango streets will have 79 units of various sizes

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Former Mayor Juanita Crabb on “Binghamton Now”

Juanita Crabb, who served as mayor of Binghamton from 1982 to 1993, was interviewed on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Crabb discussed her early life and career as a teacher, as well as how she wound up serving on Binghamton City Council at the urging of her father. Shortly after t

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Binghamton Moving To Lock Down “17 East”

The 17 East bar in Binghamton's First Ward is a target under the city's Lockdown Law.

Mayor Richard David says city officials are moving against the establishment following last month's raid as part of a lengthy drug investigation that resulted in 14 people being charged

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Binghamton’s Rock-B Tavern Loses License

The Rock-B Tavern on Binghamton's South Side has had its liquor license revoked by state regulators.

The New York State Liquor Authority issued an order April 1 yanking the license of the Conklin Avenue business for two years

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Cocchiola Appointed Binghamton City Court Judge

Carol Cocchiola has been chosen by Binghamton Mayor Richard David to fill a vacancy on City Court.

Cocchiola has worked in the New York State Attorney General's office since 1998. She became deputy assistant attorney general in charge in 2012

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Binghamton Zoo Ready To Open For Season

The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park is preparing to welcome spring visitors.

The zoo on Morgan Road on the city's South Side plans to be open for the next two weekends. The gates for the facility's 139th season will open Saturday at 10 a

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Binghamton Property Acquired By Broome Land Bank

A building that once was home to a Sheraton Inn on Binghamton's West Side has been acquired by the Broome County Land Bank Corporation.

The property at 50 Front Street has been vacant for about three years

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Binghamton City Court Judge Seeking Another Term

William Pelella is running for a second term as a Binghamton City Court judge.

Pelella has served as a judge for the past decade. Prior to becoming judge, he'd served as a local attorney. He also was a member of Binghamton city council

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