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Work Starts on Major Makeover at Grippen Park in Endicott
Construction crews have been busy on the initial phase of a multimillion-dollar renovation project at Grippen Park in the town of Union.
State Funds OKd to Support $12M Binghamton Crowley Lofts Project
An Endwell man's plan to develop housing and commercial space in the former Crowley Foods plant on Binghamton's South Side is getting a boost from New York state.
Food to Kids: Westover Aldi Store to Become Child Care Center
An abandoned grocery store near Johnson City is being converted into a daycare facility.
Erie County Exec Calls Attention to Message He Spotted in Owego
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz made note of a banner he saw at an Owego church in announcing he would not declare an emergency in response to potential asylum seekers.
Binghamton Police Investigate Two Shootings Within Six Hours
Detectives believe there is a connection between a pair of shooting incidents that occurred in the city of Binghamton.
SUV Collides with Sheriff Patrol Vehicle in JC After Pursuit
Authorities say a sport utility vehicle traveled over 100 miles per hour on Route 17 as it was pursued by a Broome County sheriff's deputy.
Endwell AutoZone to Open Parts Hub, Now Hiring Workers
Construction of an Endwell distribution center for a big car parts retailer is almost completed. The 9,375-square-foot facility is attached to an existing AutoZone store on East Main Street. AutoZone's total space at the site with the store and the new building will increase to almost 18,000 square feet...
Workers in Protective Gear at Goudey Station on Riverside Drive
An ongoing investigation into environmental contamination is continuing at a former NYSEG generating plant near Johnson City.
From Food to Blood: New Business Coming to Former JC Grocery
Big changes are coming to an old grocery store in the heart of the village of Johnson City.
Binghamton Councilman Burns Criticizes “Toxicity” in Politics
Joe Burns, a city councilman whose father served as Binghamton mayor, has decided against seeking reelection because of the negativity in political campaigns.
Did Gannett Deliver Sunday’s Binghamton Newspapers to Rochester?
Thousands of copies of the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin weren't delivered on Sunday because of a reported distribution snafu.
Three Hurt in Endicott Pizza Shop “Drive-Thru” Crash
A popular pizzeria on Endicott's North Side is bouncing back after a vehicle smashed through a large window.
New Details on Binghamton “Tiny Homes” Project for Veterans
A housing complex to be built for Broome County veterans will feature two sizes of so-called "tiny homes."
A Year Later: Binghamton Residents Seek “Justice for Aliza”
One year after a sixth-grade Binghamton girl was fatally shot near her home, her killer remains on the loose.