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Hearings Set For Downtown Binghamton Store Plan

Binghamton officials will accept public comment on plans related to a proposed downtown Ellis Brothers furniture store.

The project is being pursued in the aftermath of a spring fire that ripped through a landmark Water Street store that had been operated by the Ellis family for decades

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No Date Set For Binghamton Pizza Shop Reopening

A downtown Binghamton pizza restaurant remains closed weeks after a neighboring fire-damaged building was demolished.

Nirchi's Pizza on Water Street was shut down for about a week after the April 30 blaze at the Ellis Brothers furniture building

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Pizza Shop Still Closed After Demolition

A downtown Binghamton pizza restaurant may not be able to reopen for weeks following a demolition project.

Nirchi's Pizza at 166 Water Street remains closed because of safety concerns. The building housing the restaurant is just north of the Ellis Brothers furniture store which was destroyed by an April 30 fire

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Debris Removed From Binghamton Demolition Site

Two-way traffic has been restored on Water Street in downtown Binghamton following demolition of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers building.

Debris has been hauled away from the site where the structure stood for decades

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton Demolition Site Nearly Cleared

Tons of debris have been removed from the site of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers building in downtown Binghamton.

Workers last week demolished the Water Street structure, which was gutted by a fast-moving fire on April 30

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Fire-Wrecked Binghamton Building Demolished

Following preparation work over the past several days, heavy demolition equipment started tearing down the Ellis Brothers Contemporary Furniture building in downtown Binghamton.

The historic brick structure sustained heavy damage in an April 30 fire

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Crews Prepare For Downtown Binghamton Demolition

Workers have been positioning equipment and making preparations for the demolition of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers Furniture building in downtown Binghamton.

City officials on Wednesday announced the Water Street structure would be torn down because engineers determined it could collapse

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Lab Analyzing Samples From Binghamton Fire Scene

Investigators working to determine the cause of a devastating fire in downtown Binghamton are awaiting results of tests from a New York State police crime lab.

City fire marshal Daniel Eggleston says the probe into the April 30 fire at the Ellis Brothers furniture store on Water Street is progressing

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Pizza Shop Closed After Fire Reopens

A downtown Binghamton restaurant has reopened, a week after the fire at the neighboring Ellis Brothers furniture store.

The Nirchi's Pizza location on Water Street sustained smoke damage as a result of the massive blaze

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Fate Of Fire-Damaged Binghamton Building Undetermined

Binghamton fire investigators and insurance adjusters are working to determine the cause of a blaze that tore through the Ellis Brothers furniture store on Water Street.

There were no reported injuries related to Wednesday's fire which gutted the four-story brick building just north of Court Street

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