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Binghamton Mayor Ryan Leaves Office After Two Terms

Matthew Ryan says "it's been an honor" to serve as mayor of Binghamton for the past eight years.

Ryan visited WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Tuesday to discuss the challenges he faced as mayor and to recall some of the things that were accomplished since he took office in 2005.

The mayor sa

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Hawk Hurt After Flight Through Binghamton Office Building

A red-tailed hawk was injured when it flew into a window at a downtown Binghamton restaurant.

Witnesses said the bird had been spotted flying around the MetroCenter on Court Street on Monday afternoon

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Binghamton Bicyclist Struck By Car On West Side

A Binghamton man was injured when the bicycle he was riding was hit by a car at the intersection of Main and Crandall streets.

City police say the collision was reported at 7:31 Monday morning.

The bicyclist - who lives on the West Side - was taken to Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City for treatment

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Broome County Office Building Closed After Water Break

The office building that houses most of the Broome County government operations in downtown Binghamton was knocked out of service following a water main break.

The problem in the Edwin Crawford County Office Building on Hawley Street was discovered early Friday morning

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Three Men Charged In Binghamton Shooting

Three Broome County residents have been arrested in connection with a reported drive-by shooting incident on Binghamton's South Side.

Authorities say all of the men have been charged with attempted assault, a felony

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More Winter Farmers’ Markets Across New York

State officials say more than 100 winter farmers' markets will operate this season across New York.

The number of winter operations has been rising in recent years. According to the state, there were 40 such markets six years ago

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Binghamton Police Investigate Business Robberies

Two Binghamton businesses have been robbed in recent days.

Authorities say a man who may have been armed with a handgun robbed Leroy Package Store at 64 Leroy Street on the West Side. That heist happened around 10 p

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Christmas Dinner Tradition Expanding To Endicott

The Bandera family's traditional free Christmas dinner will continue in Binghamton this year and organizers are planning a similar feast in Endicott.

Bill Bandera says his parents started the dinner in 1989, feeding 69 people

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Binghamton Offering Cooler Carousel Rides

The historic carousel in Binghamton's Recreation Park will be open for a few hours this month.

The merry-go-round in the West Side park usually is closed during December. But this year is different

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Several Homeless After Binghamton West Side Fire

Binghamton firefighters rescued a woman and two children from a burning house on the city's West Side early today.

The fire at 46 Park Street was reported around 5:45 this morning.

Fire department officials say the woman and children scrambled from a bedroom window to a roof as flames spread from the rear portion of the two-story structure

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