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Binghamton Mets Playoff Tickets Go On Sale

Binghamton baseball fans are looking ahead to September.

The B-Mets continue to roll along with an impressive record with only a few weeks left in the regular season.

Playoff tickets went on sale Friday morning

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A Slow-Go For Binghamton Drivers, Pedestrians

Navigating through some sections of downtown Binghamton is a bit challenging as city crews prepare to repave parts of several heavily-traveled streets.

Portions of State, Henry, Chenango and Carroll streets have been milled in recent days

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Binghamton Street Milling Moves Downtown

Binghamton's milling and paving program has shifted to sections of downtown streets.

Milling on Friday was done on State Street between Court and Henry streets, just south of the Binghamton Federal Building

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Friday Concerts Enliven Downtown Binghamton

The Brown Bag Concert Series is continuing this month in conjunction with the downtown Binghamton farmers market.

Jared Campbell was the featured performer Friday afternoon on Collier Street, just north of the Binghamton Governmental Plaza

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Binghamton Police Department

Binghamton Police Seek Suspect In Theft

City police are trying to track down a man in connection with a burglary on Binghamton's West Side.

Authorities say a purse was stolen from a residence during a July 19 burglary.

Investigators say a man used a credit card that had been in the purse a few minutes later at a nearby convenience store

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Binghamton Wants Fire-Wrecked Buildings Demolished

The city of Binghamton has directed the owner of two fire-damaged apartment buildings to have the structures torn down.

The twin buildings at 259 and 261 Main Street sustained extensive damage in a February 23 blaze blamed on a man cooking methamphetamine in his girlfriend's apartment

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Signs Of Support For Manning In Binghamton

As the sentencing phase of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's court-martial got underway in Maryland, there were signs that some people in Binghamton support the soldier.

Manning was convicted by a military judge of violating the Espionage Act for releasing thousands of government documents to WikiLeaks

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Binghamton Humane Society May Have A Dog For You

There are plenty of dogs and cats available for adoption at The Humane Society in Binghamton.

Laura Melville brought Charlie, a Jack Russell terrier, with her to WNBF's Binghamton Now studio Monday morning.

Charlie, who

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Remembering Binghamton’s Deadliest Fire

It's been a century since 31 people died in a garment factory fire in downtown Binghamton.

The blaze at the Binghamton Clothing Company on Wall Street broke out on the afternoon of July 22, 1913

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Binghamton ACA Memorial Nearing Completion

A dedication ceremony for Binghamton's ACA Memorial Park may be held in September.

The park at Front and Clinton streets is very close to completion.

The memorial is to honor those who died in the American Civic Association shooting incident on April 3, 2009

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