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Binghamton Honors Maloney Memorial Pipe Band

Members of a Broome County pipe band are being recognized for their contributions to the region over the past decade.Binghamton Mayor Richard David issued a proclamation honoring the Edward P. Maloney

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Binghamton Drivers Deal with Pothole Menace

Motorists in Binghamton have been faced with rough road surfaces as potholes develop in the aftermath of the recent snow storms.

Many of the complaints made by drivers over the past month have focused on conditions along Prospect Street

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Attorney Wants Binghamton Mayor Removed From Office

A Binghamton attorney says he plans to file a petition in state Supreme Court seeking the removal of Mayor Richard David from office.

Ronald Benjamin is representing Daisy Dawson, a woman who contends David tried to who use his influence in connection with a dispute between her and the mayor's girlfriend

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Treatment System Tested At Vestal Sewage Plant

A new treatment system is being evaluated at the Binghamton-Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Facilities.

The Vestal plant treats more than five-billion gallons of sewage generated by Broome County residents and businesses annually

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Downtown Binghamton Parking Project Delayed

Work on a controversial parking lot in downtown Binghamton is expected to resume in the spring.

The $336,000 project to remove the Washington Street pedestrian mall north of Court Street was announced by Mayor Richard David three weeks ago

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Binghamton Riverside Drive Project Nearing Completion

The initial phase of the Riverside Drive reconstruction project on Binghamton's West Side should be finished soon.

Mayor Richard David says water and sewer lines were in worse shape than expected

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New Wave Of Binghamton Demolitions Begins

Another round of demolition work has started in an ongoing effort to remove abandoned buildings in Binghamton.

Mayor Richard David says residents of all city neighborhoods have expressed concern about the effect blighted properties are having

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Five Abandoned Binghamton Buildings To Be Demolished

The city of Binghamton will spend more than $200,000 to tear down several more empty buildings.

City council has authorized the demolition of five properties. The work is expected to get underway later this month

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Historic Binghamton Pool To Be Demolished

A once-popular neighborhood swimming pool in Binghamton is about to vanish.

Gorick Construction has been hired to tear down the pool in First Ward Park.

The facility, located off Seymour Avenue, was closed several years ago when city officials decided needed repairs would be too costly

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Binghamton Condemns Three Residential Properties

Three houses on Binghamton's South Side have been declared unfit for habitation after investigations by the city's code enforcement office.

City officials say the buildings at 6, 8, and 13 Vine Street have been condemned because of a range of structural and safety issues

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