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Libous To Undergo More Chemotherapy

State Senator Thomas Libous has confirmed that the prostate cancer he's been battling for the past four years has spread.

Gannett's Albany bureau on Wednesday reported doctors discovered tumors in his lungs last year

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Binghamton Bridge Pedal Won’t Be Held

An annual Broome County biking event won't be held this year because of sponsorship and staffing issues.

The Binghamton Bridge Pedal has been held every July since 2006. But the Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study, which has coordinated the event, says it's been canceled

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Paving Projects Resume

Street repaving work is resuming in the city of Binghamton.

Work had been delayed over the past two weeks because of mechanical problems with the city's paver.

Today, State Street is closed between Court and Hawley streets

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Lincoln Hotel Site Could Be Redeveloped

A big hole containing several giant chunks of concrete from the foundation of the old Lincoln Hotel are all that remains of the building that was destroyed by fire early this month.

The Clinton Street property remains fenced off as residents and officials contemplate the future of the site

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Disruptive Passenger Said He’s From Binghamton

A passenger who said he was from Binghamton created a commotion on a United Airlines flight from Hong Kong to Newark.

Police took the man into custody when the aircraft landed in New Jersey Monday afternoon

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Man Charged In Binghamton Hess Store Heist

An arrest has been made in connection with a reported armed robbery in Binghamton's First Ward.

Authorities say 39-year-old Steven VanWinkle is the suspect in a heist at the Hess convenience store on Glenwood Avenue

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Block Leaving Binghamton City Hall

Andrew Block is planning to leave his position as executive assistant to Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan next month.

Block plans to start a doctoral program in literature at the University of California at Los Angeles in the fall

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Binghamton Police Release Lincoln Hotel Video

Detectives investigating the Lincoln Hotel arson case have been examining images from a Clinton Street surveillance camera that appear to show three people entering building just before the fire.

Binghamton police have released one video segment that shows the trio leaving the sidewalk and walking onto the Lincoln Hotel property

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New Addition to Binghamton “Sidewalk of Stars”

The Binghamton Sidewalk of Stars has grown.

A star honoring the late Russell Colton has been installed in the walk, which honors notable people from the Binghamton area.

Colton, who died in May 2008, was the founder of the Junior Binghamton Symphony Orchestra

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Binghamton Police Pursue Arson Investigations

Binghamton police detectives are investigating a series of possible arson fires in the First Ward and on the city's West Side.

Police report some progress in their efforts to determine who may be responsible for last week's fire that tore through the old Lincoln Hotel building on Clinton Street

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