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Rod Serling Exhibit Opens in Binghamton

A new Rod Serling exhibit is open at the Bundy Museum of History and Art in Binghamton.
The archive of objects associated with Rod Serling, who grew up in Binghamton and who created The Twilight Zone TV series will be on display for about six months with items, including letters, scripts, props and photos being rotated about every month.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Southern Tier Close Up Celebrates National Library Month

April is National Library Month and the March 28 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up celebrates with Broome County Library Director Lisa Wise.

While your local library still has hands-on books in their collection, modern libraries, like the Broome Central Library in Binghamton have also embraced the digital age

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Category: Articles, Local News
Susquehanna Valley School District
Susquehanna Valley School District

S.V. STATE CHAMPS! S.V. STATE CHAMPS! S.V. STATE CHAMPS

The Susquehanna Valley girls' basketball team never looked back, gaining a commanding lead in the first minutes of their first ever New York State final to gain the championship 51-45 over Hoosick Falls!
Loyal fans of the Sabers here at Townsquare Media hereby apologize for yelling at the T

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Category: Articles, Local News, Sports
WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo
WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Snow Greets the Start of Spring in the Twin Tiers

The National Weather Service says there will likely be snow on the ground for the arrival of the Vernal Equinox in the Twin Tiers.

The Binghamton area was expecting a couple inches through the day March 20 but the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania was under a Winter Weather Advisory until 6 p

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Binghamton May Offer Bill Break for Frozen Pipes

City of Binghamton residents who had frozen pipes and were instructed to keep running a trickle of water through at least one faucet could be getting a break on their water bill.

Mayor Richard David is asking City Council to approve a relief plan that would review the water charges in this billing period to the same period last year and waive any charges above last year’s amount

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