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Attorney Wants Binghamton Mayor Removed From Office

A Binghamton attorney says he plans to file a petition in state Supreme Court seeking the removal of Mayor Richard David from office.

Ronald Benjamin is representing Daisy Dawson, a woman who contends David tried to who use his influence in connection with a dispute between her and the mayor's girlfriend

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Former Broome DMV Building Vacant One Year Later

Broome County has been unable to find a buyer for the building that had housed the Binghamton DMV office in the city's First Ward.

The office at 181 Clinton Street was closed more than a year ago in what was billed as a money-saving move by county officials

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Downtown Binghamton Jogger Craves Attention [Video]

Many unusual things happen on Court Street in Binghamton. Most of what we see on a January day downtown may elicit a smile or a shrug... and little else.

Occasionally, someone will invite a friend to document his antics so they can be shared with the rest of the world

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Binghamton Power Plant Is In Operation

The steam that's rising from a 199-foot-tall stack in Binghamton's First Ward is a visible indication that a 47-megawatt electricity generating plant is back in business.

California-based Wellhead Electric Company decided to repower the Charles Street facility, which was retired by its previous owner in February 2012

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Binghamton Needs More School Crossing Guards

Binghamton officials say the city is recruiting school crossing guards. They say there's a "high need" for people to help assist children on their way to and from school.

Crossing guards must be at least 18 years old and have their own transportation

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Cause of Binghamton Store Fire Determined

Fire investigators have ruled a blaze at a business on Binghamton's South Side "accidental."

The fire that caused heavy damage to the Family Dollar store on Vestal Avenue was started as a result of an electrical outlet failure

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Spell Check: Crowley Foods in “Binghampton?”

Crowley dairy products have been linked to Binghamton for a century. J.K. Crowley moved the company from Poughkeepsie to the Parlor City in 1915.

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Binghamton Generating Plant To Resume Operation

A gas-fueled electricity generating facility in Binghamton's First Ward is about to be put back into service.

The plant on Charles Street initially was built to provide energy support for the nearby Anitec production facility

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Downtown Binghamton Fire Investigation Completed

Binghamton fire department investigators have finished their probe into the cause of a two-alarm blaze that tore through a downtown apartment building.

Officials say they have been unable to determine how the December 1 fire at 26 Stuyvesant Street started

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Third Suspect Sought In Binghamton Home Invasion

Two men are in custody and another is being sought in connection with a home invasion incident in downtown Binghamton.

Authorities say three people are suspected of being involved in the December 5 incident on Pine Street

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