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Talamantez Admits Killing Binghamton Man

A Binghamton man has pleaded guilty to murder and attempted murder charges in connection with a vicious attack on a First Ward couple.

22-year-old Julian Talamantez admitted in Broome County Court that he stabbed a man and a woman in their home at 32 Mygatt Street on November 4

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Drugs Found After Binghamton Traffic Stop

Two Binghamton men were arrested on drug-related charges following a traffic stop on the city's South Side.

Authorities say 21-year-old Jahcambi Anderson of Evans Street and 20-year-old Brandon Hernandez of Moeller Street were taken into custody Thursday night

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Tioga County Man Charged In Binghamton Burglaries

A parolee from Tioga County has been accused in a burglary spree on Binghamton's South Side.

Authorities say 27-year-old Cody Blake of Waverly is suspected in three incidents in one neighborhood last week

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Boscov’s Marks Thirty Years In Binghamton

The Binghamton Boscov's department store opened thirty years ago today.

Several thousand people gathered outside the main entrance of the building at Court and Water streets on the morning of August 13, 1984

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Woman Accused Of Attacking 88-Year-Old Binghamton Man

A Johnson City woman has been arrested after an 88-year-old man was assaulted with a knife in his home on Binghamton's West Side.

Authorities say 54-year-old Valerie Fleming-Spencer of Farr Avenue was charged with first-degree burglary in the incident

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Binghamton Welcomes Guests From France

More than two-dozen people from Binghamton's "sister city" in France are visiting the Southern Tier.

A group from La Teste-de-Buch has been invited to Binghamton City Hall for a welcoming event on Tuesday morning

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Binghamton Signal Removal Creates Confusion

An antiquated traffic signal has been removed from a busy intersection on Binghamton's West Side.

The old signal at Leroy and Oak streets was taken out early this week.

Drivers say initially stop signs were installed for motorists on Oak Street

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Binghamton To Host “All-Siders Reunion”

Residents of the Binghamton area, along with people who once lived in the region, are planning to gather for a community celebration at a West Side park.

The All-Siders Reunion will be held Saturday at Recreation Park

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Owego Police Staffing Levels Unchanged

The Owego village board has opted not to add two officers to the police department.

Three trustees voted against hiring the officers during Monday night's meeting. Two other trustees were joined by Mayor Kevin Millar in voting in favor of the hiring measure

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Hearings Set For Downtown Binghamton Store Plan

Binghamton officials will accept public comment on plans related to a proposed downtown Ellis Brothers furniture store.

The project is being pursued in the aftermath of a spring fire that ripped through a landmark Water Street store that had been operated by the Ellis family for decades

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