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2015.06.09  SISTER MARY ANNE BRAWLEY

Sister Mary Anne Brawley Remembered

Family members and friends joined with Twin Tiers residents to remember the life of Sister Mary Anne Brawley.

Sister Mary Anne died on June 6. She was 81. A funeral Mass was celebrated June 10 at St

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Downtown Binghamton Parking Study Planned

A comprehensive study on downtown Binghamton parking issues is about to get underway.

Mayor Richard David said the city hopes to hear from residents, business operators and people who visit downtown to help develop parking policies

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Downtown Binghamton Hotel to Reopen

Binghamton's Grand Royale Hotel is expected to resume operations this summer.

A group of investors from India is partnering with the Watertown dentist who owns the property to reopen the hotel and its restaurant

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Broome County Synthetic Marijuana Cases Soaring

The number of Broome County residents requiring hospital treatment after using synthetic marijuana has risen dramatically in recent days.

In one 70-minute period, five people in the county were sent to hospitals after smoking the drug known on the street as "spike

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Small Business Incubator Opens in Binghamton

An effort to assist fledgling businesses has opened an office in downtown Binghamton.

The Agency, which had been known as the Broome County Industrial Development Agency, will oversee the small business incubator

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New Push to Preserve Binghamton Public Space

People opposed to a plan to put parking spaces at the site of a downtown Binghamton courtyard are calling on the city to consider other options.

Some of those fighting the project say they intend to hold a free-form event on the Washington Street pedestrian mall Friday evening

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Downtown Binghamton Electric Lines Being Replaced

Utility workers are busy in downtown Binghamton replacing underground electric cable lines.

Crews from New York State Electric Gas and Matco Electric Corporation have been working on Court Street and other streets in recent days

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Photo illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
Photo illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Binghamton Mayor Expects A Second Casino Bidder

With just over a month remaining before the application deadline for a Southern Tier casino, Binghamton Mayor Richard David said he believes there will a bid submitted for a site other than Tioga Downs

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Binghamton Man Sues Owner of Sears

A lawsuit has been filed by a Binghamton man against Sears Holdings Corporation, the company that owns Sears and Kmart stores.

John Solak said the class-action suit was filed May 29 in the state of Delaware

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8,000-Pound Scare at Binghamton Roundabout

A woman walking on Court Street in downtown Binghamton says she narrowly escaped injury when an 8,000-pound construction component fell from an oversize truck to the pavement.

The woman, who identified herself as Michelle from Binghamton, said: "It almost landed on me!"

Michelle said she was walking to a bank when it occurred

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