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Johnny Hart’s Star Is Back In Binghamton!

The star honoring the late cartoonist Johnny Hart has returned to its home in downtown Binghamton.

Hart's star vanished from the Binghamton Sidewalk of Stars on the Washington Street pedestrian mall several weeks ago

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Flood Watch Issued For Binghamton Region

The National Weather Service has posted a flood watch for the Twin Tiers.

The flood watch is to be in effect from Thursday morning through Friday morning for the southern tier of New York and northeastern Pennsylvania

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Binghamton Trees May Be “Fighting Back”

Some Binghamton residents have expressed their anger over tree-trimming operations that have been going on to prevent future electric power disruptions.

Now, one West Side woman who's been concerned about the fate of trees in her neighborhood has tweeted a picture with the caption: "Looks like the trees are fighting back

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Another Suspicious Fire In Binghamton

For the second time in less than three months, someone has set a fire inside the old E.H. Titchener and Company building in Binghamton.

Firefighters were called to the site at 67 Clinton Street in the First Ward around 12:20 this afternoon

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Binghamton Woman Accused Of Driving Stolen Vehicle

A Binghamton woman was sent to jail after a Broome County sheriff's deputy spotted her operating a vehicle that had been reported stolen.

Authorities say 33-year-old MaryAnn Zupo of Walnut Street was driving on Lake Avenue around two o'clock this morning

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11-Year-Old Binghamton Boy Charged With Arson

A pre-teen boy has been accused of setting an apartment house fire on Binghamton's West Side.

Authorities say the 11-year-old boy has been charged with second-degree arson in connection with a May 24 blaze at 100 Walnut Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Two Charged In Downtown Binghamton Robbery

A Binghamton resident was beaten and robbed near the downtown bus station.

Authorities say the 46-year-old man was found lying face down in a parking lot across from the bus station on Chenango Street near Henry Street

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Hickey: Binghamton Should Do More To Fight Blight

Edward Hickey, a Republican candidate for Binghamton mayor, says the city should step up its efforts to deal with run-down properties.

Hickey plans to discuss the problem of blight with reporters Tuesday in front of the old Masonic Temple building on the city's West Side

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Binghamton Farmers Market Opens

A farmers market in downtown Binghamton got off to a slow start for the season Friday. But vendors who were there say they're looking forward to things to pick up as the weather improves and more items are available to be sold

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Downtown Binghamton Complex May Expand

An expansion project is planned for a downtown Binghamton student housing and commercial building.

The Broome County Industrial Development Agency has accepted an application from Alfred Weissman Real Estate for a proposal that could add rooms and possibly businesses to the former HSBC Bank Building at 20 Hawley Street

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