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Broome, Tioga Polling Places Ready For Voting

There are a few high-profile races in the off-year elections in Broome and Tioga counties.

Polling places will be open Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Residents of Binghamton and Johnson City will be electing mayors, while voters in Tioga County will choose a district attorney

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Binghamton Driver Safety Program Targets Teens

Representatives of several public safety agencies set up displays and held demonstrations for young drivers at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.

Several hundred students from thirteen school districts attended Thursday's program

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Broome Woman Accused Of Providing Alcohol To Teens

A northern Broome County woman faces 18 counts of unlawfully dealing with a child for allegedly providing alcohol to several teenagers.

Authorities say 39-year-old Leslie Bonham of Killawog Hill Road in the town of Lisle was arrested after a month-long investigation

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Broome County Reports More Welfare Fraud Arrests

Ten additional arrests have been made as Broome County security officials work to prevent people from receiving public assistance funds to which they are not entitled.

County Executive Debra Preston said the latest round of arrests are part of an ongoing crackdown on welfare fraud

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Book Explores Broome County’s “Seamy Side”

Broome County historian Gerald Smith and former Press & Sun-Bulletin reporter George Basler have teamed up to examine some of the more infamous folks who've lived in the Binghamton area over the years.

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Broome County Exploring BC Transit Privatization

Union officials are expressing concern about Broome County's move toward privatizing the BC Transit bus system.

The county is planning to seek requests for proposals from companies to oversee bus operations

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Binghamton Rallies For And Against Fracking

President Obama is scheduled to be in Broome County Friday and those who support and oppose high-volume hydraulic fracturing for natural gas are ready to rally.

Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has yet to decide on allowing fracking in New York state, is not expected to be with the president during his Binghamton University appearance

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Binghamton Bus Station Diner Adding Hours

The recently-opened diner at the downtown Binghamton bus station is preparing to expand its operating hours.

George Slavik Jr., an owner of Elsie's Diner, says the eatery soon will stay open until seven o'clock on Friday and Sunday evenings

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Broome Security Guards Empty BAE Systems Site 24/7

Nearly two years after the flood wrecked a Westover building, Broome County security division officers continue to keep an eye on the abandoned property.

The sprawling building at 600 Main Street had been home to BAE Systems

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Panel Clears David, SUNY Broome In Ethics Complaint

An ethics board has completed a review of contracts SUNY Broome awarded to a business owned by Binghamton mayoral candidate Richard David.

A Binghamton man filed a complaint with the Broome County Board of Ethics questioning catering contracts between the college and Terra Cotta in Binghamton

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