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“Old” Newspaper Presses Wind Up at Binghamton Scrapyard
Massive German-made printing press units utilized by the Press & Sun-Bulletin for just over a decade now are being scrapped.
Police: JC Man Threatened to Kill His Son with Hatchet
Authorities in Johnson City say an enraged father used a hatchet to chop through his own apartment door in an argument over loud music.
Binghamton Councilwoman Won’t Seek Another Term
Binghamton city councilwoman Dani Cronce has announced that she has decided not to run for reelection.
Binghamton House Torn Down Five Years After Fire
A house in Binghamton that was heavily damaged by an arson fire in the summer of 2013 finally has been demolished.
Binghamton Residents Accused of Abandoning Dog on Street
Two people have been charged in connection with the abandonment of a dog on a freezing morning in a Binghamton neighborhood.
Construction Starts at Future Home of BU Nursing School
Renovation work is underway in a long-unused building in Johnson City that will soon house Binghamton University's Decker School of Nursing.
Ten Pounds of Marijuana Seized in Hancock Traffic Stop
Sheriff's deputies in Delaware County discovered more than ten pounds of marijuana in a vehicle pulled over for speeding.
Problems Persist with Downtown Binghamton Parking Kiosks
People visiting Binghamton continue to complain about downtown parking kiosks that fail to operate correctly.
Endicott’s Custard Corner Not Reopening Yet But There’s Hope
The Custard Corner in Endicott won't be opening its doors right away but there is a possibility it will return to business at some point this year.
Dog Abandoned on Binghamton’s South Side Rescued
Binghamton police are looking for a man and woman who left a dog in a city neighborhood on a freezing morning and drove away.