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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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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Outdoor Farmers’ Market Opens

Another season is underway for the downtown Binghamton outdoor farmers' market.

A few vendors set up tables on Collier Street today. The market is located just south of Court Street.

The farmers' market first opened in 2005

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

More Winter Farmers’ Markets Across New York

State officials say more than 100 winter farmers' markets will operate this season across New York.

The number of winter operations has been rising in recent years. According to the state, there were 40 such markets six years ago

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Friday Concerts Enliven Downtown Binghamton

The Brown Bag Concert Series is continuing this month in conjunction with the downtown Binghamton farmers market.

Jared Campbell was the featured performer Friday afternoon on Collier Street, just north of the Binghamton Governmental Plaza

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Farmers Market Opens

A farmers market in downtown Binghamton got off to a slow start for the season Friday. But vendors who were there say they're looking forward to things to pick up as the weather improves and more items are available to be sold

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Otsiningo Regional Farmers Market Planned

A regional farmers market planned for the Binghamton area is expected to cost more than $500,000 to develop.

The market site is to be built at Broome County's Otsiningo Park in the town of Dickinson

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