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Small Park with Welcome Sign Created in Vestal Neighborhood
A vacant piece of land in Vestal where a flood-damaged house once stood has been transformed into a park-like setting.
Historic Former Binghamton City Hall Building Condemned
The once-majestic Binghamton City Hall building which was built in 1897 and has been used a hotel in recent years has been declared unfit for human habitation.
Deadly Summer: Nine Overdose Deaths in Broome County
Drug overdoses killed several people in Broome County over the past three months.
Endicott Awaits Start of Production at Lithium Battery Factory
Two years after Governor Cuomo visited Endicott to announce a planned lithium ion battery production facility, local officials don't know when the plant will open.
Founder of Doug’s Fish Fry Restaurants Dies at Age 76
The man who started Doug's Fish Fry restaurants and its popular mobile units has died.
Iconic John Barleycorn Tavern Reopens in Owego
A place that had been a popular gathering spot in the village of Owego for several decades is back in business under new owners.
Legal Snag Delays Launch of JC Southern Tier Hemp Facility
Southern Tier Hemp's plans to develop a hemp processing center in Johnson City have fallen behind schedule.
Brindisi: “Everyone Should Slow Down” on Push for Impeachment
Rep. Anthony Brindisi is the only Democrat in New York's congressional delegation not publicly supporting the presidential impeachment inquiry.
Announcement Planned on Fate of JC “Victory” Building
There are signs that construction work on a former Endicott Johnson complex in Johnson City may finally get underway.
Parolee Arrested in Drug Raid at Binghamton Apartment Complex
A man on parole for a drug conviction faces several felony counts after police confiscated cocaine when they executed a search warrant in Binghamton.