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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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Broome Community College Graduation Ceremony

Nearly 1300 students are graduating from Broome Community College.

The spring graduation ceremony is to be held Thursday evening at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena in downtown Binghamton

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Woman Accused Of Stabbing Girl

Police have charged a Binghamton woman in connection with the stabbing of a 17-year-old girl at a downtown party.

Investigators say 19-year-old Natacha Pica-Valdes was arrested Wednesday.

Authorities say Pica-Valdes is the suspect in the attack on a girl at an April 13 party at 100 Susquehanna Street

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Binghamton To Hire Police Officers For Summer

The city of Binghamton hopes to recruit a few recently-retired police officers to provide some extra help over the summer months.

City councilmembers have been discussing options to increase police coverage

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Teen Charged In Binghamton Shooting Investigation

A 17-year-old Binghamton boy has been arrested in connection with a shooting incident on the city's West Side.

Authorities say Erick Gonzalez has been charged with first-degree reckless endangerment, a felony

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Runners Raise Funds For Binghamton Bark Park

Dozens of people are expected to participate in a fundraising event for the Bark Park on Binghamton's North Side.

The recreational facility for dogs at Cheri Lindsey Park opened last year.

The second annual Bark Park Trail Run is being held Sunday at Chenango Valley State Park in the town of Fenton

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Binghamton University Students Celebrate

Binghamton University students observed the end of another academic year with the traditional Bar Crawl from the West Side to downtown.

Sections of Court and State streets were closed to vehicles to accommodate the crowds of celebrants

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Binghamton Could Host A Future UFC Bout

The head of Ultimate Fighting Championship doesn't rule out the possibility that Binghamton could be the site of an event -- if New York state legalizes professonal mixed martial arts fights.

Lorenzo Fertitta says several UFC events would be scheduled in New York if legislation to permit MMA bouts is approved

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Binghamton Streets To Be Closed For Paving

Sections of several streets on Binghamton's West Side are being milled and repaved.

On Tuesday, a heavily-traveled portion of Jarvis Street between Main Street and Clinton Street was resurfaced

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