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Binghamton Music Promoter Edward V. Green Dies at 75
Edward V. Green, a Binghamton man who brought some well-known musical talent to the region, has died. He was 75.
Here’s How to Order Free Covid Test Kits Online – Now
The federal government's website to order at-home Covid-19 tests has gone into operation ahead of schedule.
Date Revealed for Opening of Owego “Grand Union” Supermarket
The Tops Markets supermarket in Owego is about to close as part of the process of converting the location to a "Grand Union" store.
Hochul Wants to Spend $1 Billion to Fill New York’s Potholes
Several million potholes could be filled across New York state under Governor Kathy Hochul's plan to spend a billion dollars to deal with the issue.
Murals Will Come Down with the Water Street Parking Garage
Several colorful murals painted by local artists will be vanishing with the demolition of the Water Street parking ramp in downtown Binghamton.
Binghamton Woman Charged with DWI After Approaching Crash Scene
A motorist was arrested after she failed to slow down as she came upon the scene of a crash on Upper Court Street in Kirkwood.
Gillibrand Criticized for Not Wearing Mask in New York Restaurant
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is taking some heat after she walked without a mask through an Albany-area restaurant, ignoring a sign posted at an entrance to the business.
Police: Endwell “Grandparent Scam” Suspect Showed Up to Collect
Investigators are trying to track down a man who stole a "significant" amount of money from an Endwell woman using the so-called "Grandparent Scam."
Another Historic Binghamton Church Closes Its Doors
After nearly a century, regular worship services no longer are being held at a church on Binghamton's South Side.
Two Endicott Residents Homeless Following Fire
Endicott Fire Department officials say two people were forced into the cold when a blaze broke out in their apartment.
Man Arrested After Being Found Asleep in Parked Car in Port Crane
A Broome County man faces several charges after he and a woman were discovered sleeping in a parked vehicle in the town of Fenton.
Binghamton to Spend Nearly $3 Million on Flood Mitigation Project
Nearly a dozen flood-prone Court Street properties are to be demolished as part of a just-announced initiative in Binghamton.
Press & Sun-Bulletin Pulls Plug on Saturday Print Edition
For the first time in more than seven decades, Binghamton newspaper fans will no longer receive a print edition seven days a week. The Press & Sun-Bulletin plans to drop its Saturday print edition after March 5. The plan was announced on the Binghamton newspaper's website pressconnects.com...
Binghamton MLK Day Events Postponed Due to Covid-19 Concerns
A memorial celebration and service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. won't be held in downtown Binghamton as scheduled because of the Covid-19 pandemic.