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SUNY Chancellor Monitoring Binghamton University Covid-19 Trends
The number of Binghamton University students testing positive for Covid-19 has been increasing in recent weeks and the SUNY chancellor is keeping an eye on the situation.
Cuomo Apologizes for Actions But Says “I Am Not Going to Resign”
Governor Andrew Cuomo is asking New Yorkers to wait before judging him in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
Binghamton Convenience Store Killer Herman Neu Dies in Prison
Herman Dennis Neu, who was convicted of killing store clerks in Broome and Chenango counties, has died in prison. He was 67 years old.
Kirkwood Man Faces 15 Felony Counts After Guns, Drugs Seized
A SWAT team conducting an early-morning raid found loaded guns and illegal drugs at a town of Kirkwood home.
Broome County Movie Theaters Announce Reopening Plans
For the first time in nearly a year, movie lovers will have an opportunity to watch a film in a Broome County theater.
Rod Serling Bandstand in Binghamton’s Rec Park Reopened
A Binghamton memorial to Rod Serling - the creator of "The Twilight Zone" - was closed for a time due to drainage pipe problems.
Binghamton University to Move 400,000 Books to JC Library Annex
Preparation is underway for a new Binghamton University library facility even as the site is being used as a Covid-19 mass vaccination center.
Owners of P.S. Restaurant Finalizing Plans for Move to Binghamton
This is the final week of operations in Vestal for P.S. Restaurant before the business relocates to downtown Binghamton.
Binghamton Man Accused in Fatal Shooting at Elmira Speedway Store
Police say a Binghamton resident has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a man who was repeatedly shot at a convenience store in Elmira.
New Store to Open at Former Toys R Us Site in Johnson City
A retail chain based in Rhode Island has purchased an unused building on Harry L. Drive in Johnson City where it plans to open a new store.