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Pieces of Binghamton’s New Parking Ramp Arrive Via I-88
Dozens of precast concrete sections for a downtown Binghamton parking ramp are being trucked to the city from western Massachusetts.
NYS Attorney General Sues to Dissolve National Rifle Association
The National Rifle Association is being targeted by New York state attorney general Letitia James in a lawsuit accusing organization officials of illegally diverting money.
Binghamton Apartment House Torn Down After “Horrific” Fire
Demolition crews moved into a Binghamton neighborhood four days after a fast-moving blaze tore through a blighted apartment building.
McCoy’s Chophouse Restaurant in Endicott May Open This Month
Longtime Broome County restauranteur Jim McCoy is looking forward to developing the menu for the new eatery he plans to launch in Endicott's Union District in a few weeks.
Former Binghamton Lawmaker Nominates AOC to Lead NY Delegation
The chairman of the New York Democratic Committee was shocked when a former Binghamton city council member nominated Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to lead the state delegation to the party's national convention.
Binghamton, University Developing Plan for Return of Students
City officials are working with Binghamton University representatives to prepare for the impending return of thousands of students for the start of fall semester classes.
Dorchester Park Beach Reopening After Algae Bloom Problem
Visitors to a park in northern Broome County will soon be able to use the beach again, two weeks after it was closed because of issues related to an algae bloom.
Fire-Damaged Binghamton Apartment House to Be Demolished
A rundown apartment house in Binghamton where one person was injured during a fast-moving fire is expected to be torn down.
Maine-Endwell Halts Special Ed Program Due to COVID-19 Case
A Maine-Endwell School District summer special education class is on hold after the confirmation of a COVID-19 case involving a person enrolled in the program.
Banquet Facility Planned for Former Nirchi’s Restaurant in Endicott
A funeral home is about to give new life to what had been the site of a popular eatery on Endicott's Washington Avenue.