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Binghamton Moves Forward with Antler Lodge Lockdown

The operator of the Antler Lodge has responded to a notice from the city of Binghamton that lockdown proceedings have been initiated.

A 33-year-old man died after he was shot outside the Chenango Street establishment on July 24

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Downtown Binghamton Roundabout: Three Years Later

The Court Street roundabout opened to downtown Binghamton traffic three years ago and it still poses some challenges to certain drivers.

While thousands of motorists and pedestrians pass through the intersection at Chenango and Exchange streets without incident every week, a few have encountered problems

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Cost of Binghamton Bridge Repair Project Rises

Binghamton's Exchange Street bridge is in much worse shape than engineers had believed before a reconstruction project began. The additional needed repairs will increase the cost of the work.

Mayor Richard David said more problems were discovered after the project started in April.

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Binghamton Parking Ticket Deadbeats Get A Break

The city of Binghamton will give parking ticket scofflaws a few weeks to settle their affairs before launching a crackdown.Mayor Richard David said the city now is owed $1,024,065 by people who haven't bothered to pay their parking tickets

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Binghamton Mayor Won’t Seek Senate Seat

Binghamton Mayor Richard David has advised Republican party officials that he doesn't want to be considered for the state Senate seat vacated by Thomas Libous.

In a statement released on Sunday, David said he had "received a great deal of encouragement" to run for the seat after Libous was convicted of a felony of lying to the FBI

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Binghamton Parking Ramp Repairs Continue

Days after the Johnson City parking deck collapse, crews are moving forward with efforts to keep Binghamton's Collier Street garage in service.

The work is continuing five weeks after Mayor Richard David announced the top two levels of the parking ramp had to be closed because deterioration was worse than previously believed

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Binghamton Intersection Work Almost Complete

A Binghamton traffic improvement project that started over a year ago is nearly finished.

The final paving phase of work at the intersection of Front and Clinton streets is underway.

Crews completed paving of Front Street near the Broome County health department offices on Wednesday

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Mistakes Prolong Project at Busy Binghamton Intersection

A $3 million project to improve access to downtown Binghamton at a busy intersection still isn't finished, more than a year after work began.

Road surfaces at Front and Clinton streets were lowered because of ongoing problems with trucks getting stuck under railroad bridges

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Photo illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Mayor Feels “Very Good” About Possible Binghamton Casino

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says he still doesn't know whether there will be a formal bid for a casino in the city. But, in an interview, he said he feels "very good" about the possibility an application will be submitted

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Binghamton Police Review “Being Finalized”

A city-commissioned review of the Binghamton Police Department is expected to be completed by the end of the month.

The Broome County law firm of Coughlin and Gerhart started interviewing police personnel in March after police chief Joseph Zikuski was placed on administrative leave

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