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Rain Will Cause Binghamton Area Rivers To Rise

Rivers in the Twin Tiers will be rising over the next couple of days as rain continues to fall over the region.

Forecasters at the National Weather Service at Greater Binghamton Airport say total rainfall amounts of one-and-a-half to two inches are likely

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Binghamton Paving Could Resume In A Few Days

Paving of streets in the city of Binghamton may get underway again by the middle of next week.

The city's paver broke down while crews were operating it on Helen Street on the West Side several days ago

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Binghamton Man Charged In Shooting Incident

A 24-year-old man faces felony charges in connection with a reported shooting incident in Binghamton's First Ward.

Authorities say Tyrell McBride was arrested Tuesday in connection with the shooting that is said to have happened around 11:30 p

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Binghamton Paving Program Grinds To A Halt

The city of Binghamton's repaving plans have been disrupted by an equipment problem.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the asphalt paver being used for the street projects is out of service because of mechanical issues

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Binghamton May Pull Plug On Some Traffic Signals

The city of Binghamton could soon replace some traffic signals with stop signs.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the city will try to balance safety and convenience with potential cost savings.

A study is planned to determine whether the removal of certain signals would improve traffic flow at some intersections

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NYSEG Tree Trimming Angers Binghamton Residents

Some people who live on Binghamton's West Side are upset with tree pruning being done by a contractor hired by New York State Electric and Gas.

Crews working for Nelson Tree Service have been trimming trees along Riverside Drive and nearby streets

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Broome Closes Binghamton Bus Station Diner

Broome County's failed experiment to run a restaurant at the downtown Binghamton bus station has ended.

The Twilight Diner, which opened in May 2012, has been closed. The eatery was described as a "1930s era diner

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Instructions Posted For Binghamton Roundabout

Truckers are receiving additional guidance in maneuvering the downtown Binghamton roundabout.

New signage is in place to provide assistance to drivers operating large vehicles at the Court Street intersection with Chenango and Exchange streets

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Binghamton Street Improvements Detailed

Dozens of street and sewer construction projects are planned across the city of Binghamton over the next several months.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says street reconstruction, milling and paving, as well as sewer separation work will be done during the spring and summer

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Binghamton Students Explore Downtown

Fourth grade students in the Binghamton City School District are learning more about local history by hitting the streets.

The students participate in a historical walking adventure billed as "I Spy Downtown

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