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Binghamton Police Investigating River Walk Graffiti Spree
Detectives are looking into spray-painted vandalism on walls along the downtown Binghamton river walk.
Binghamton Rumble Ponies Single-Game Ticket Sales to Begin
Baseball is scheduled to return to Binghamton in a few weeks and the Rumble Ponies are preparing to start selling tickets for individual games.
Man Sought After Ramming Vehicle at High-Speed in Johnson City
Johnson City police are trying to find a Chenango Bridge man who smashed a vehicle into another during a dispute with a woman.
Man Evaluated After Binghamton Police Seal Off Neighborhood
A street in Binghamton's First Ward was closed when police responded to a report of a despondent man.
Binghamton After-Hours Club May Be Closed Following Shooting
The city of Binghamton is moving to shut down an after-hours establishment following a report that shots had been fired in a parking lot.
Burns: Veolia Has “Conflict of Interest” in Sewage Plant Audit
Binghamton city councilman Joe Burns doesn't want Veolia to be hired to audit sewage treatment plant maintenance operations.
Binghamton’s Ross Park Carousel Won’t Operate This Summer
The century-old carousel at Binghamton's Ross Park Zoo won't be operating this year as the city awaits final state approval on plans to restore its horses and chariots.
Binghamton Police Investigating Another Shooting Incident
Detectives are seeking suspects in connection with a series of reported shooting incidents in Binghamton.
Baby Killed, Two Girls Wounded in Syracuse Drive-By Shooting
Police in Syracuse say they have no suspects in connection with a shooting that resulted in the death of an 11-month-old girl and injuries to two other young children.
Tenney Featured on Moving Billboard in Binghamton, JC and Vestal
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney's image is displayed in a mobile message paid for by a coalition of progressive groups.