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Two Men Charged In Endicott Home Invasion

Endicott police say two suspects have been arrested in connection with an armed home invasion.

Investigators say 22-year-old Devon Carty of Brooklyn and 23-year-old Michael Jacobs of Johnson City have been charged with felony burglary

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Ohio Fugitive Found On Endicott’s North Side

A man wanted as a fugitive in Ohio was taken into custody in Endicott.

Authorities say an anonymous caller tipped off the Broome County Sheriff's Office that 31-year-old Matthew Bateman was staying at an apartment on the North Side of the village

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Endicott Plaza Still Empty Two Years After Flood

A once-bustling shopping center in the village of Endicott remains vacant more than two years after its one remaining store was closed by the big flood.

The owners of the old Endicott Plaza had expected Kmart would reopen its store following the September 2011 flood

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Christmas Dinner Tradition Expanding To Endicott

The Bandera family's traditional free Christmas dinner will continue in Binghamton this year and organizers are planning a similar feast in Endicott.

Bill Bandera says his parents started the dinner in 1989, feeding 69 people

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott Woman Charged In Beer Bottle Attack

Endicott police arrested a village woman for allegedly attacking her husband with a 40-ounce beer bottle.

Authorities say 47-year-old Christine Evans of South Liberty Avenue was charged with second-degree assault, a felony

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Endicott Residents Face Drug Charges

Police say they confiscated heroin and cocaine after stopping two Endicott residents on Arthur Avenue.

Authorities say 34-year-old Duane Roberts of Jackson Avenue was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, a felony

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Endicott Water Discolored After Huron Line Break

A broken major fire line on the Huron Campus resulted in discolored water for thousands of customers served by the Endicott Water Department.

Eugene Arthur, the chief operator with the department, says the trouble started around 3:45 Sunday afternoon when an alarm alerted employees to a big drop in water pressure

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

BOCES Endicott Building Sale Approved

Broome-Tioga BOCES is clear to sell an old Endicott school property for $50,000.

Voting in the referendum was held November 19 at the BOCES headquarters at 435 Glenwood Road in the town of Dickinson

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Girls Accused Of Setting Fire At Endicott Park

Two teenage girls have been arrested in connection with a fire that damaged playground equipment at an Endicott park.

Authorities say the suspects are 13 and 15 years old. They've each been charged with fifth-degree arson, a misdemeanor

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Endicott House Fire Linked To Candle

Investigators have determined a residential fire in Endicott was ignited by a candle.

Village fire chief Joseph Griswold says the blaze at 304 Adams Avenue may have been caused when a pet knocked over the candle in the living room

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