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Housing Rights Program Planned for Binghamton
A workshop on fair housing laws will be held in Binghamton this week.
Police Investigate Sudden Death of Binghamton University Student
For the second time in less than two weeks, authorities are investigating the sudden death of a Binghamton University student.
Brindisi: “Still Very Confident” He’ll Prevail in Close NY-22 Race
Anthony Brindisi says he believes he'll ultimately be declared the winner in a very tight race in New York's 22nd Congressional District.
Pilot Dies in Delaware County Plane Crash
A western New York man was killed when a twin-engine plane crashed near the Cannonsville Reservoir.
Fewer Sunoco Stations Affects Price Chopper Discount Program
Price Chopper customers have fewer places to redeem their fuel discounts now that Speedway has acquired Express Mart convenience stores in New York state.
Binghamton University Preparing to Name New Police Chief
The search process for a new police chief at Binghamton University is nearing an end.
Repairs Underway at Binghamton’s Front Street Flood Wall
The crumbling flood wall protecting the First Ward neighborhood in Binghamton is getting some attention.
YWCA Board Apologizes to Binghamton Police Department
Binghamton's mayor has accepted an apology from the YWCA board of directors for accusations directed against city police after a September incident.
JC Man Jailed After Allegedly Attacking Former Partner
Johnson City police say a village resident faces a felony charge following a physical domestic dispute.
Two Rundown Downtown Johnson City Buildings to Be Demolished
A pair of abandoned buildings near the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City will be torn down.