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Binghamton High School Shifts to “Remote” After Nearby Shooting
Students are being advised not to report to Binghamton High School following a shootout that happened about a block away.
Dozen Shots Fired, Houses and Cars Hit in West Side “Shootout”
Police were searching for four suspects after a late-afternoon "shootout" in a residential neighborhood on Binghamton's West Side.
Mausoleums Vandalized, Remains Possibly Stolen from JC Cemetery
Several large mausoleums were broken into and the remains of some people may have been taken from a Johnson City cemetery.
Supply Chain Issues Delay Opening of Binghamton Mirabito Store
The grand opening of the newest Mirabito convenience store has been delayed by a few days.
Dozens of Teenage Girls Hurt in Bus Crash on I-81 in Pennsylvania
More than thirty people were reported injured after a bus went off an Interstate 81 exit ramp in Pennsylvania.
Endicott Basketball School Scammers Ordered to Pay $380,000
The operators of an Endicott-based high school basketball academy have been directed to pay back 27 families who were defrauded by the operation.
Broome County to Acquire “Graffiti Truck” in War on Vandalism
There may soon be a new tool for Broome County communities in the seemingly never-ending battle to keep graffiti from spreading out of control.
New Sign Warns Vestal Business Customers of the Risk of Flooding
People who visit a Vestal retail complex now are being alerted that water could rise rapidly in the parking lot.
Two Plans Would Retain Part of Iconic IBM Country Club Structure
There's a possibility that a portion of the historic IBM Country Club complex in the town of Union could be preserved as part of a redevelopment project.
Residents Concerned About Binghamton Fire Station Construction
People who live near the site of the future Binghamton fire department headquarters say city officials have kept them in the dark about the project.