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Binghamton Plans to Fund Heroin Recovery

Binghamton Mayor Richard David is declaring 2016 The Year of Neighborhoods in the City.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Mayor Wants City to Acquire Tech Park

A 32-acre property in Binghamton's First Ward is available for up to six new businesses. Mayor Richard David wants the city to be able to take ownership and start marketing the site.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Brewer Prepares for “Beer Cup”

A downtown Binghamton craft brewer is getting ready for a major beer competition.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

State of the City of Binghamton Reviewed

Binghamton Mayor Richard David is expected to repeat some familiar themes in his latest State of the City Address, including increased public safety efforts.

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Pieces Fall From Crumbling Binghamton Walkway

Parts of a pedestrian walkway to a downtown Binghamton parking garage fell to the pavement below, prompting public works crews to erect barricades around the scene...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Reward Increased in Binghamton Student Assault

Binghamton police say the amount of reward money being offered for leads in a downtown assault investigation has doubled.

City detectives say another member of the family of the attack victim has contributed to the reward, bringing the total amount to $2,000...

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21 Vehicles Damaged in Binghamton Parking Garage

A vandalism spree in a city-owned parking ramp in downtown Binghamton left more than 20 cars without side-view mirrors. The windshield to one vehicle was smashed...

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Roger Neel/ WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton Damage Investigated

City of Binghamton Police are investigating thousands of dollars worth of damage in a couple incidents downtown this week.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Lawmaker Criticizes Handling of Bus Changes

A Broome County legislator is calling for a public hearing on planned adjustments in BC Transit bus service.

Mary Kaminsky, a Democrat who represents the 13th District, objected to County Executive Debra Preston's plans to implement "major changes" in service without seeking public input...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton School to Reopen After Emergency Repairs

Benjamin Franklin Elementary School on Binghamton's South Side is to resume operations following a closure caused when water leaked into the school during a rain storm...

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