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Federal Government To Buy Out Some Flooded JC Properties

Village of Johnson City Officials were informed this week by FEMA that approval has been granted to the New York State Office of Emergency Management to fund the village's application for nine home buyouts

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Johnson City Convenience Store Robbed

A Manley's Mighty Mart store on Riverside Drive in Johnson City was robbed by a gun-wielding man this morning.

Authorities say the man locked an employee into an office at the rear of the store

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Johnson City Board Rejects New Cell Tower

There will not be a new cell phone tower sprouting up on Deyo Hill Road in Johnson City just yet.  The Village Board has rejected a proposal from AT&T to renew a land-use agreement that was to lead to construction of the new tower to address service gaps.

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Johnson City Man Charged In Hit and Run

A Johnson City man is accused of hitting a pedestrian over the weekend and then leaving the scene.

26-year-old Abedallah Almashni is charged with felony reckless endangerment and misdemeanor leaving the scene of an accident

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Wilson Medical Center Work to Close Street

A heavily-traveled street in Johnson City is expected to be out of service because of a project at Wilson Medical Center.

According to village officials, Baldwin Street between Main Street and Corliss Avenue is expected to be closed for several hours Thursday

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Riverside Drive Signs Highlight Legislative Race

Two candidates vying for a seat on the Broome County legislature have posted dozens of campaign lawn signs along a two-miles stretch of Riverside Drive in Binghamton and Johnson City.

Ron Heebner and Colleen McCabe are competing to represent the newly-drawn 11th district

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Johnson City Alternate Side Parking Rules Begin

It's that time of year... Alternate side parking regulations are starting around the region, including in the village of Johnson City.

The cold-weather parking rules take effect in Johnson City every November 1

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Town of Union Candidates Debate Issues

Five candidates for town of Union offices discussed taxes, economic development, fracking and other issues during a public forum in Endicott.

Town residents were able to learn more about the views of incumbents and their challengers at the "Meet the Candidates" event held at the Endicott Visitor Center Tuesday evening

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Meet the Town of Union Candidates

Several candidates for town of Union offices who'll be on the November 6 ballot will gather in Endicott Tuesday evening to introduce themselves to residents and answer questions.

The group Town of Union Citizens Against Fracking organized the "Meet the Candidates" program, which will be held at the Endicott Visitor Center at 300 Lincoln Avenue

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Deemie: Gannett Case May Take Years to Settle

A decision in a case involving the Gannett Central New York Production Facility and the amount paid to the village of Johnson City may not occur for years.

Johnson City mayor Greg Deemie says a review sought by Gannett regarding the assessment of the printing plant at 10 Gannett Drive is in the early stages

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