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Jeremy Donovan/FOX 40 News [March 7, 2015]
Jeremy Donovan/FOX 40 News [March 7, 2015]

Johnson City Woman Charged in Court Street Crash

A 22-year-old driver faces a driving while intoxicated count after a woman was struck by a vehicle in downtown Binghamton.

Authorities say Nutanie Saysanavong of Johnson City was located at the scene of Saturday night's incident on the Court Street bridge

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Jeremy Donovan/FOX 40 News

Argument May Have Preceded Binghamton Crash

The driver of a vehicle that struck a woman on Binghamton's Court Street bridge is believed to have been arguing with a passenger just prior to the incident.

The woman who was operating the sport utility vehicle at the time of Saturday night's crash has been charged with driving while intoxicated

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Local Film Screened at Binghamton Mansion

The local premiere of an original film production called The Traffickers was held in downtown Binghamton as part of this month's First Friday events.

The detective-drama movie was screened at the Phelps Mansion Museum March 6. Proceed

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Binghamton Officials: Try to Prevent Frozen Pipes

The city of Binghamton water department is advising residents to take steps to reduce the likelihood of frozen water lines.

According to City Hall, water department crews have been working to thaw out frozen service lines and repair water main breaks

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Dozens of Binghamton Homes Without Water Service

As many as forty residential water customers in the city of Binghamton are without service because of frozen pipes and lines.

The problem has been affecting water systems across the Northeast in recent weeks

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Binghamton Killer Back in Maximum-Security Prison

James Wales Sr., the man who killed a 12-year-old Binghamton girl, has been returned to a maximum-security prison.

Wales was sentenced to 33-and-a-third years to life in prison for first-degree rape and second-degree murder in connection with the 1984 attack on Cheri Ann Lindsey

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Binghamton Workers Clearing Downtown Parade Route

City public works crews are busy hauling away snow and ice along the route of next week's scheduled Saint Patrick's parade in Binghamton.

Mayor Richard David says the giant mounds of ice will be removed so spectators will be able to enjoy the annual event which attracts thousands to the downtown district

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

“The Rewrite” To Be Shown in Binghamton

The Rewrite, the movie written and directed by Binghamton University graduate Marc Lawrence, will be screened in a downtown Binghamton theater.

The movie, which opened in limited release earlier this month, will be shown at The Art Mission and Theater starting February 27.

The

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

MacArthur School Site Busy Even on Cold Days

The brutal winter weather has not had a major impact on construction work at the MacArthur Elementary School site on Binghamton's South Side.

As many as 100 people are busy on the $80 million project throughout the week

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Honors Maloney Memorial Pipe Band

Members of a Broome County pipe band are being recognized for their contributions to the region over the past decade.Binghamton Mayor Richard David issued a proclamation honoring the Edward P. Maloney

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