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AC Problem Briefly Knocks Out Power at 5 Riverside Towers
Binghamton firefighters were called to an 11-story apartment complex on the West Side after a reported electrical problem linked to the air conditioning system.
Man Indicted in Downtown Binghamton Killing
A Binghamton man has been named in a three-count indictment for a deadly attack involving a glass mug.
Motorcyclist Dies After Crash Near Sanitaria Springs
A Broome County man is dead as the result of injuries he sustained when he lost control of a motorcycle.
Two Motorcyclists Killed in Broome Crash
A pickup truck crashed into two motorcycles on Route 26 in Broome County, leaving two people dead.
Binghamton Police Release Video of Graffiti Vandal at Work
Investigators are hoping surveillance video will help them find the person who spray-painted graffiti on a vehicle parked at a business on Binghamton's West Side.
Union-Endicott Superintendent to Take BU Post Next Year
Union-Endicott School District Superintendent Suzanne McLeod has been selected to coordinate a Binghamton University program.
“Supercharger” Puts Binghamton on Map for Tesla Drivers
Hundreds of people traveling through the Southern Tier have been taking a break at a restaurant north of Binghamton to recharge their Tesla electric cars.
Spectrum: We’re Meeting Our Obligations in New York
The owner of Spectrum cable is responding after New York state regulators levied a $2 million fine against the company.
NYS Hits Spectrum Cable with $2 Million Fine
Regulators in Albany have ordered the owners of Spectrum Cable to pay millions of dollars in penalties for not expanding its system in New York.
Endicott’s George F. Johnson Statue Could Be Relocated
Discussions are underway about the possibility of moving the large statue of George F. Johnson in Endicott.