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Downtown Binghamton Transformation Continues

Several buildings along Court Street in downtown Binghamton have undergone a series of improvements in recent months.

Two new student housing projects are transforming abandoned retail and office buildings

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Jazz Concert Enlivens Binghamton Farmers Market

The sounds of jazz were heard in downtown Binghamton as a weekly summer concert series continued.

EneRJee Jazz Trio performed with vocalist Ayana Del Valle Friday afternoon at the Farmers Market on Collier Street

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Binghamton Lunch Concert Series Gets Underway

Downtown Binghamton shoppers and workers were able to some music with a midday concert today near the Broome County Courthouse.

Ramble Run performed in the first of ten scheduled concerts in the Brown Bag Lunch series

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More Truck Trouble At Binghamton Roundabout

Part of the downtown Binghamton roundabout was out of service for a couple of hours after a tractor-trailer became hung up on the circle.

The out-of-town driver was trying to head west on Court Street but he was unable to properly maneuver the rig through the roundabout

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Receiving Inquiries About Downtown Parcel

A parcel in center city Binghamton is generating interest among some potential buyers.

The property at the corner of Court and State streets is being sold by the city. The site has been vacant since the O'Neil and Ross buildings were torn down after they fell into disrepair

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Crumbling Building Prompts Binghamton Sidewalk Closure

A section of a downtown Binghamton sidewalk has been barricaded after chunks of cement fell from the roof area of a vacant office building.

The one-time bank at 95 Court Street is unoccupied now, although up until a few years ago it housed the corporate business offices of Crowley Foods

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Binghamton Bridge Looking A Bit More Colorful

A crew of artists has been working to beautify one section of Binghamton's Court Street bridge.

Emily Jablon says several people have been busy applying mosaic tiles at the east end of the span over the Chenango River

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Intoxicated Driver Damages Downtown Streetscape

A drunken driver has been blamed for knocking down a recently-planted tree and some decorative features installed as part of downtown Binghamton's Court Street Gateway Project.

The crash happened in front of the Security Mutual Building on Exchange Street, just south of Court Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Court Street Gateway Project Nears Completion

The weather may change dramatically day-to-day but additional work is continuing on the downtown Binghamton Court Street improvement initiative.

Workers Tuesday morning were greeted by a small amount of snow on the ground in the project area with temperatures about 30 degrees lower than when they left the job site Monday afternoon

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

New Court Street Signals Installed

Old Court Street traffic signals are being replaced as part of the Gateway Project.

Syracuse Signal Systems workers Friday installed traffic signals and pedestrian signals.

Traffic at the intersection of Court and State streets may flow more smoothly because sensors have been installed beneath the pavement to regulate the signal

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