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Paving Begins At Binghamton Intersection Project

Paving work has started at a major Binghamton street reconstruction site.

Drivers have encountered detours and traffic delays at the intersection of Front and Clinton streets over the past four-and-a-half months

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Binghamton Police Probe Simultaneous Home Invasions

Detectives are trying to find suspects in a pair of Binghamton home invasion incidents that happened at virtually the same time.

Some cash was reported taken in one of the episodes, which occurred late Thursday night on the city's South Side

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Binghamton Furniture Store Sets Up Temporary Home

Six months after a devastating fire, Ellis Brothers Contemporary Furniture has set up shop on Court Street in downtown Binghamton.

The landmark Water Street building which had housed the store for decades was gutted by a fast-moving blaze on April 30

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Residents Charged After Binghamton Home Invasion

Two people were arrested after their apartment on Binghamton's West Side was entered by a pair of masked men.

Authorities say the home invasion incident at 33 Leroy Street was reported at 9:50 p

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Conklin Warehouse Now Operated By Balford Farms

Balford Farms of New Jersey has taken over operations of a Broome County dairy products distribution facility.

The Conklin warehouse is used to serve Crowley Foods customers in the Northeast

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Man, House Hit In Downtown Binghamton Shooting

A 25-year-old man was wounded and a downtown Binghamton apartment house was struck by bullets in a drive-by shooting incident.

Authorities say gunfire erupted around five o'clock Monday afternoon on Pine Street, just east of the old Greenman Senior Center

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Season Continues For Binghamton Farmers Market

Vendors will be selling some fall favorites at the downtown Binghamton farmers market over the next few Fridays.

The market will operate on Collier Street through the end of the month.

Fresh fruits and vegetables from New York and Pennsylvania farms will be available on October 17, 24 and 31

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Binghamton First Ward Pool Demolition Starts

Workers have started to tear down the historic pool in Binghamton's First Ward Park.

The pool, which is said to have opened on Memorial Day 1950, had not been used in recent years because city officials determined repair work would be too expensive

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Binghamton Killer Sentenced To 40 Years In Prison

A Binghamton man has been sentenced to at least forty years in prison in a vicious attack that left a First Ward man dead and his pregnant girlfriend critically injured.

22-year-old Julian Talamantez III had pleaded guilty to murder and attempted murder counts in the November 2013 incident at 32 Mygatt Street

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Five Abandoned Binghamton Buildings To Be Demolished

The city of Binghamton will spend more than $200,000 to tear down several more empty buildings.

City council has authorized the demolition of five properties. The work is expected to get underway later this month

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