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Binghamton Prepares For Saturday Parade

Preparations are being made for Saturday's Saint Patrick's parade in downtown Binghamton.

City public works crews have been busy getting Court Street ready for participants and spectators.

The traditional "green line" was painted down the middle of the street on Monday, despite on-and-off snow showers

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Binghamton Mayor Appoints Executive Assistant

A 22-year-old Broome County man has been chosen to serve as Binghamton Mayor Richard David's executive assistant.

David has announced he's appointing Jared Kraham to the post. He's scheduled to start work March 3

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Binghamton Mayor: Fight Video “Really Was Disturbing”

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says he's viewed an extended video recording of what appears to be an after-school fight at Recreation Park on the city's West Side.

The recording was posted to Facebook last week

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Ethics Training Planned For Binghamton Department Heads

Binghamton city government department heads and recently-hired managers are expected to attend an upcoming ethics training seminar.

Mayor Richard David says the program will be held at City Hall next Thursday

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David To Appoint Binghamton City Court Judge

A Binghamton City Court judge has announced she intends to retire this spring, so Mayor Richard David has started to look for qualified candidates to fill the position.

David says he was notified earlier this month that Judge Mary Anne Lehmann's retirement is to be effective on April 4

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Binghamton Ends Appeal Of Drilling Ban Ruling

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the city has withdrawn its appeal of a state court decision that invalidated a local moratorium on gas drilling and exploration.

David issued a statement Tuesday afternoon announcing he had directed city Corporation Counsel Kenneth Frank to advise the Appellate Division of state Supreme Court that the city was ending its appeal

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Binghamton Mayor Ryan Leaves Office After Two Terms

Matthew Ryan says "it's been an honor" to serve as mayor of Binghamton for the past eight years.

Ryan visited WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Tuesday to discuss the challenges he faced as mayor and to recall some of the things that were accomplished since he took office in 2005.

The mayor sa

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Ryan: Binghamton City Hall Transition Going “Very Well”

With just over a month remaining in his second term, Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says the transition process with his successor, Richard David, is going "very well."

Ryan and David say they've been working together to make the change in leadership as smooth as possible

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David Recruiting Binghamton City Hall Managers

Mayor-elect Rich David says he's working to assemble an executive management team for Binghamton City Hall.

David, a Republican who last week defeated Democratic challenger Teri Rennia, is considering candidates to fill 16 positions

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Binghamton Mayoral Candidates In Radio Debate

In their only live broadcast debate, Democrat Teri Rennia and Republican Richard David discussed their visions and goals for Binghamton.

City voters next Tuesday will decide whether Rennia or David will be Binghamton's next mayor

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