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Binghamton Highway Exit Closed For Reconstruction

Thousands of Binghamton commuters will be using alternate routes to head into the downtown business district for the next two months.

The Front Street exit off Route 17 eastbound has been closed as part of the Prospect Mountain construction project

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Binghamton Launches Concert and Arts Series

A series of musical performances and art exhibits on the river trail near Binghamton's Court Street Bridge is to get underway Friday.

City officials say the concert series is scheduled to run through October 4

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C-SPAN Bus Visits Downtown Binghamton Library

An educational bus operated by the Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network made a stop at the Broome County Public Library to promote its programs and resources.

The C-SPAN bus was open to the public Thursday morning to provide information about the organization's mission and its offerings

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Binghamton Police Investigating First Ward Arson

There's been another arson fire in Binghamton's First Ward.

The city fire marshal's office has determined a blaze that caused extensive damage to a vacant home at 10 Judson Avenue was not accidental

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Binghamton Remembers September 11, 2001

Residents across the Twin Tiers on Wednesday will look back on the terrorist attacks on the United States twelve years ago.

Ceremonies and events are planned to remember those who died and those who were injured on September 11, 2001

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Peace Activists Demonstrate In Downtown Binghamton

Several people opposed to a United States military strike against Syria gathered in front of the Binghamton Federal Building to express their views.

The demonstration Monday afternoon was held as part of a weekly protest organized by Broome County peace and justice activists

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Binghamton Police Seek Man In Shooting Case

Binghamton detectives are trying to find a man for questioning in connection with a North Side shooting incident.

Authorities say 21-year-old Deon Brooks is a "person of interest" as they continue to investigate a report of shots fired on August 23

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Binghamton DMV Office May Move To Bus Station

Broome County is preparing to move the Department of Motor Vehicles office out of Binghamton's First Ward.

The DMV operation is expected to be shifted to empty space at the downtown bus station on Chenango Street

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Two-Alarm Fire Damages Binghamton Houses

Authorities say an early-morning fire damaged two houses in Binghamton's First Ward.

The two-alarm blaze broke out in a building on Judson Avenue. The fire was reported at 4:57 a.m.

The fire caused extensive damage to the Judson Avenue structure

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“Blueprint Binghamton” Project Moving Forward

Binghamton officials are reporting progress in the development of the city's revised comprehensive plan.

The Blueprint Binghamton project has been underway since last spring.

City planning director Tarik Abdelazim says he's pleased with the enthusiasm residents have shown for the initiative

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