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Crews Remove Old Endwell Bridge

Construction workers have taken down the deteriorated Hooper Road bridge in the town of Union.

Crews removed the four-decade-old bridge that carried traffic over East Main Street in Endwell

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Festival Closes Downtown Binghamton Streets

A three-day outdoor festival sponsored by the Broome County Urban League is closing down two streets in downtown Binghamton.

Organizers of the Empire Festival say portions of Hawley Street and Washington Street will be shut down for vehicular traffic through Sunday evening

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Drivers Urged To Use Care Around School Buses

As thousands of children start classes for the new school year, police and school officials are reminding motorists to exercise caution.

Schools across the Southern Tier are opening Wednesday and Thursday

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Endwell Detour In Place As Bridge Work Starts

A bridge rehabilitation project has gotten underway in the town of Union.

Thousands of motorists who usually use the Hooper Road bridge over East Main Street will be utilizing alternate routes for the next few weeks

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Vestal Paving Project Continues On The Late Shift

Paving crews are moving east on a major road improvement project in the town of Vestal.

While much of the initial resurfacing operations on the western section of the Vestal Parkway were conducted during daytime hours, most of the repaving work now is being done at night

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Hooper Road Bridge To Be Closed In September

Broome County officials are giving drivers who use an Endwell bridge advance notice of a detour they'll encounter in a couple of weeks.

The Hooper Road bridge over East Main Street will be out of service for about three weeks

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Binghamton Signal Removal Creates Confusion

An antiquated traffic signal has been removed from a busy intersection on Binghamton's West Side.

The old signal at Leroy and Oak streets was taken out early this week.

Drivers say initially stop signs were installed for motorists on Oak Street

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Railroad Work To Detour Traffic In Town Of Conklin

Broome County officials say a railroad project will result in the closure of a busy roadway in Conklin.

Powers Road is expected to be out of service for several days starting Monday.

Canadian Pacific Railway plans to do work at the Powers Road crossing

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton Repaving Projects Continue

Several street repaving and reconstruction projects will mean changing traffic patterns throughout much of downtown Binghamton in coming weeks.

Workers have been milling and paving around the center city business district in recent days

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Street Repaving Projects Slow Binghamton Traffic

Drivers traveling through Binghamton are coping with several paving and other projects.

Downtown traffic has been slowed with milling and repaving operations on sections of Henry and Water streets

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