Matthew Ryan

Ryan: Driver Error Caused Roundabout Damage
Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan says the design of the downtown roundabout wasn't to blame for damage caused by a truck at the Court Street intersection.
The mayor blames the truck driver for Tuesday afternoon's incident, which knocked down several decorative fence posts and a caution sign...
Ryan: Binghamton Boscov’s Deal Near
Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says a new agreement with Pennsylvania-based Boscov's regarding its downtown store is almost finalized.
Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Tuesday, Ryan said the city is in the process of signing a deal with the department store chain...
One Year Later: No News On Libous Ethics Complaint
State senator Thomas Libous had asked the state ethics panel to act quickly on a complaint against him filed by Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan.
But a year after Ryan mailed the formal complaint to the Joint Commission on Public Ethics, no information is available about the status of the agency's …
Ryan On Whalen Arrest: “It Hurts”
Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says John Whalen, who had worked for the city for about four decades, was escorted from City Hall in November after investigators concluded he may have stolen thousands of dollars.
The 71-year-old Whalen today was charged with second-degree grand larceny, a felony...
Binghamton Rotary Provides Grant For Spray Park
Efforts to develop a spray park facility for children in downtown Binghamton have received a boost with a grant from the Greater Binghamton Rotary Club.
The club is marking its centennial by providing support for local projects.
City officials have been planning a water recreation facility at Columbus…
Ryan: Binghamton Audit Not Ready Yet
Audit information being sought from the city of Binghamton by Moody's Investors Service still isn't available. But Mayor Matthew Ryan says he expects it should be ready soon.
Binghamton's credit rating took a hit in January when the major ratings service announced a downgrade, criticiz…
Binghamton To Cash In On Recycling
The city of Binghamton is selling the recyclable materials it collects from residents and businesses.
City officials say about 4,000 tons of recyclables are picked up over the course of the year.
The stuff now will be sold to Broome Recycling for $31...
Ryan: “I’ll Seriously Look At A Third Term”
Anything can happen on a live radio broadcast, especially on April First.
Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan called WNBF's Binghamton Now program today a few minutes after a caller who identified himself as "Bill" said he'd overheard Ryan over the weekend talking about launchin…
The State of Things: The Union, The County, The City
It's February. The groundhog has provided us with The State of Winter, so it's time to move on to The State of Just About Everything Else.
President Barack Obama will deliver his State of the Union Address Tuesday night to outline what he views as the top priorities as he starts his fifth y…

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