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Leachate Talks in Endicott

A public hearing will be held in September on the treatment of landfill leachate at i3 Electronics in Endicott.

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Investigators Puzzled By Binghamton Mercury Spill

Authorities are perplexed by the spill of several ounces of mercury in a Binghamton neighborhood.

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Illegal Lobsters Seized From Price Chopper

Investigators have seized undersized lobsters from two Price Chopper stores in Broome County.

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Statewide Drought Watch Declared in New York

Unusually dry conditions across New York have resulted in the issuance of a statewide drought watch.

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Baby Bobcats Rescued in Owego

Abandoned baby bobcats are rescued in Owego.

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Another Black Bear Sighted in Cortland

Another black bear sighting is coming from Cortland. But this time officials have opted to leave the bruin alone.

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New York Tweaks Fishing Regulations

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is continuing to take comments from anglers about proposed changes to freshwater fishing regulations.

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Meeting Set on IBM Endicott Superfund Cleanup

State environmental officials have scheduled a meeting to discuss a proposal to deal with chemical contamination at the former IBM Endicott manufacturing site...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Public Meeting on IBM-Endicott Contamination

An environmental group is planning to discuss what might be done to continue the cleanup at a polluted Endicott manufacturing site once owned by IBM...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Cleanup to Continue at Former IBM Endicott Site

State environmental officials say significant progress has been made in cleaning up the chemical contamination around the former IBM Endicott manufacturing site...

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