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Construction Access Road Built at Binghamton’s Recreation Park
Heavy equipment is being staged and an access road is being constructed at Recreation Park in Binghamton.
Report: Driver in JC Library Rollover Crash Admitted to Drug Use
A Kirkwood man reportedly told police he used marijuana and methamphetamines before a vehicle he was driving knocked down a light pole and overturned in Johnson City.
Binghamton First Ward’s Iconic Sharkey’s Bar and Grill Closing
Sharkey's Bar and Grill is about to shut its doors, nearly 73 years after it opened for business in Binghamton's First Ward.
Binghamton University Returning to Remote-Only Classes
In-person classes at Binghamton University are being halted because of an increase in Covid-19 cases.
UPDATE: Missing 11-Year-Old Binghamton Boy Has Been Found
Authorities say an 11-year-old Binghamton boy hasn't been seen for two days and they are seeking assistance in locating him.
Police Make First Arrest Under Binghamton’s Social Host Law
A Binghamton woman has been cited under the city's new "Social Host" ordinance after police broke up a big underage drinking party.
Car Knocks Down Pole, Overturns on Lawn of JC Public Library
An out-of-control vehicle veered off Main Street in Johnson City, knocking down a light pole and smashing into a bench before ending up on its roof in front of the public library.
Levine Prevails Over Cornwell in Broome Family Court Judge Race
Democratic candidate Hollie Levine has won a close race against Republican Stephen Cornwell for Broome County family court judge.
Woman Indicted in Fatal Stabbing of Man in Binghamton
A Binghamton woman who initially was charged with murder now faces a manslaughter count in connection with the death of a city man.
Safety Concerns Raised About Abandoned Prospect Terrace School
An old school building in a Town of Dickinson neighborhood may be torn down if repairs aren't made to the structure.
Cuomo Orders Early Closing for New York Bars and Restaurants
With Covid-19 cases continuing to rise across New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo says all bars and restaurants are being directed to close early.
Masked Gunman Robs Endicott Convenience Store
Endicott police are looking for the man who pulled a gun on a clerk at a village business and got away with some cash.
Relief: Binghamton Rumble Ponies to Remain As “Double-A” Team
It's official. The Binghamton Rumble Ponies will continue to be a class "Double-A" affiliate of the New York Mets.
Dozens of Vestal Absentee Ballots Mailed to Northern New York
As many as 200 Broome County voters received absentee ballots that had envelopes with the wrong board of elections address.