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Bob Joseph
Bob Joseph

Binghamton Building To Be Demolished

Following the April 30th fire that gutted the interior of 162 Water Street, the Ellis Brothers Furniture building on Water Street will soon be demolished.  According to WNBF News, city officials ordered the closure of Water Street, just north of Court Street because the Binghamton building is in "imminent danger of collapse."

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Category: Local News, Safety
FDA
FDA

Kraft Cottage Cheese Sold in Local Stores Could Cause “Food Borne Illness”

If you enjoy a little cottage cheese with your breakfast or as a snack with some fruit, you might want to put your spoon down and take a look at the container it came in  because Kraft has issued a major recall.

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Comstock
Comstock

The Four Places You Should Never Swipe Your Credit or Debit Card

With all of the insane security breaches lately, I've definitely been more aware of my banking and spending habits, tracking spending through online banking and keeping a tighter grip on my bank card, but I there are a couple places I didn't consider being dangerous. I was wrong.

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Fiona Goodall / Getty
Fiona Goodall / Getty

Why You Should Never Post Pictures of Your Kids on Facebook

It's astounding that 9 out of 10 parents post photos of their children on social media sites like Facebook.  Here's why you should not.

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Spencer Platt / Getty
Spencer Platt / Getty

City of Binghamton Begins Process to Reconstruct Riverside Drive

Mayor Rich David today announced the City of Binghamton has initiated the process to start an estimated $2.6 million project to reconstruct Riverside Drive.  This is good news as yesterday driving on the popular thoroughfare, I thought I was going to lose my life in a series of pot holes.  On top of that people are swerving to avoid holes in the roads.

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Category: Local News, News, Safety
Southern Tier Law Enforcement Memorial Association
Southern Tier Law Enforcement Memorial Association

Southern Tier Police Memorial Week: May 4-May 10, 2014

The candles shone bright yesterday at All Saints Church in Johnson City in remembrance of fallen police officers of the Southern Tier and no doubt hit especially close to home due to the recent loss of Johnson City Police Officer David Smith.

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ThinkStock
ThinkStock

If Another Flood Hit the Binghamton Area, Would You Be Ready?

What would you do if another flood were to strike? Would you know what to do and where to go? Would you be more prepared this time than last?

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ThinkStock
ThinkStock

Honda Recall Involves Almost 25,000 Odyssey Minivans

If you own a 2014 model year Honda Odyssey, you might want to keep an eye on your mailbox for a recall notice because there’s a pretty big one under way.

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Traci Taylor
Traci Taylor

Owego Firefighters Prepared to Quit En-Mass on Tuesday

Since the death of Owego Firefighter Matt Porcari, the active firefighters of the Village of Owego Fire Department have been working to have safer standards, including more comprehensive training and firefighting tactics.

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West Corners Fire Company
West Corners Fire Company

RecruitNY Looking For Volunteer Firefighters This Weekend

This weekend, it's the Volunteer Firefighters Open House. Fire Departments throughout the area will hold their annual open house events. They'll try to recruit new volunteers. It's called "RecruitNY."  I know one of the things that my Dad is most proud of, is being a volunteer firefighter.

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