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Binghamton Tackles “Stuck Truck” Problem

Tall trucks soon will be able to safely travel under a pair of railroad bridges in Binghamton.

A portion of Front Street near Clinton Street is being "lowered" to provide more clearance at the two problematic underpasses

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Traffic Detoured On Binghamton’s Front Street

Drivers can expect delays on a section of Front Street in Binghamton on Monday and Tuesday.

Construction crews on Friday began utility work in preparation of a project that will lower the road surface under two railroad bridges north of Clinton Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Mayor: Old Ice House May Be Demolished

A long-abandoned building that greets thousands of people who head into downtown Binghamton each day might be torn down soon.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the city is working with Broome County officials to develop a plan to remove the eyesore

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

State Funding For Binghamton Gateway Project Restored

Binghamton officials say $675,000 in state funding for the Front Street Gateway Project has been restored.

The total cost of the work on the 3,000-foot-long section of Front Street currently is projected to be $4

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Planning the Next Binghamton Gateway Project

Binghamton residents will have an opportunity to learn about the proposed Front Street Gateway Project in a public meeting this week.

City officials say the session will be held Thursday evening at the Broome County Health Department offices at 225 Front Street

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