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Flags at Half-Staff in Honor of NYS DOT Worker Matt Howe
Flags at all New York State government buildings are flying at half-staff in honor of the Department of Transportation worker who died after a crash on Route 17.
Police: Parolee Threatened to Shoot Neighbor and Dog
A Chenango County man has been jailed after he allegedly threatened to shoot a person and a dog.
Old Endicott Shoe Factory Building to Be Demolished
Structures that were used as a production facility by an Endicott shoe firm nearly a century ago are about to be torn down.
Woman Shot in Parked Car in Downtown Binghamton
Binghamton police say a woman was wounded in a drive-by shooting on a downtown street.
Happiness in Harpursville: April the Giraffe Gives Birth Again
The world's most famous giraffe couldn't wait until April to give birth at her home in Broome County.
Endicott Man Charged with Arson in Village House Fire
Police have arrested a suspected in connection with an arson blaze that damaged a two-family residence in Endicott.
Arrangements Announced for Binghamton Girl Hit by Vehicle
The family of Harper Stantz, the Binghamton High School junior who died after being struck by a vehicle, is thanking the community for its support in the aftermath of the tragedy.
Endicott Mayor Bertoni Will Not Seek Fourth Term
Twelve years as Endicott mayor is enough. That's what John Bertoni has decided.
Crack Cocaine, Meth Seized from Union District Residence
An Endicott woman faces several felony charges after an early-morning drug raid in the village's Union District.
Anger Grows Over Binghamton Drugged Driving Deaths
Some residents of Binghamton's West Side are expressing outrage after a second pedestrian death linked to a drugged driver in less than two years.