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Binghamton Settles Employee Harassment Case

The City of Binghamton is settling a sexual harassment case brought by a former employee.

Leigh McCullen - who had been a senior planner at City Hall - had filed a complaint with the state Division of Human Rights...

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Binghamton Parking Ramp Demolition Begins

Demolition crews have started to tear down a city-owned parking garage in downtown Binghamton.

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Actions Against Antler Lodge Called “Stereotyping”

An official of the group which has used the Antler Lodge for decades charged Binghamton Mayor Richard David is "trying to run us off our land."

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Binghamton Restricts “Antler Lodge” Hours

The Antler Lodge building on Binghamton's North Side may be sold to a developer now working on a residential and commercial project at a neighboring site.

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Rally to Honor Binghamton High School Athletes

Members of two Binghamton High School varsity teams will be honored in an event at City Hall.

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Fire-Wrecked Structures Removed in Downtown Binghamton

Two connected buildings in downtown Binghamton damaged in a blaze several weeks ago are being demolished.

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The $1.5 Billion Binghamton “Investment” Mystery

A report that a Japanese company had planned to spend more than a billion dollars on a project in Binghamton surprised local officials.

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Binghamton To Eliminate Downtown Parking Meters

Several hundred parking meters in downtown Binghamton are about to be replaced with payment kiosks.

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Binghamton Pilot Program Provides Food Options

Some Binghamton residents will have improved access to fresh fruits and vegetables over the next few months.

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Binghamton Planning Panel OKs Front Street Project

A $20 million residential and commercial complex proposed for Binghamton's West Side has been approved by the city Planning Commission.

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