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UPDATE: Missing Kirkwood Woman Found on Route 11
The Broome County Sheriff's Office Monday afternoon reported 84-year-old Joyce Jeuck had been located on Route 11 in Kirkwood. She was described as "healthy and safe."
73-Year-Old Man Charged After Woman Shot in Hillcrest
A Hillcrest man was arrested following a shooting incident in the Town of Fenton.
Red Oak Restaurant in Binghamton’s First Ward Closing Its Doors
The owners of the iconic Red Oak Restaurant and Diner in Binghamton have decided to shut down the business.
Old Binghamton City Hall Getting a Makeover and a New Name
The iconic Binghamton Municipal Building is getting a makeover and a new name more than 120 years after it was constructed.
Binghamton Baseball Shrine Member Whitey Ford Dies at 91
Whitey Ford, who pitched for the Binghamton Triplets before joining the New York Yankees has died at his Long Island home. He was 91.
First Residents Move Into Binghamton’s Canal Plaza Apartments
People now are living in the just-constructed Canal Plaza apartment complex on the North Side of Binghamton.
Home Central Starts to Rebuild Vestal Store Following Fire
Work is underway to construct a new warehouse and refurbish a Vestal hardware store in the aftermath of a massive fire.
Binghamton Mayor Announces He’s Tested Positive for COVID-19
Binghamton Mayor Richard David says he will be "resting at home" after learning he had tested positive for COVID-19.
New Director Working to Develop Plans for Broome County Library
The Broome County Public Library has a new person in charge and he's looking forward to finding out what services people want offered in the future.
Binghamton University Temporarily Halts In-Person Classes
In-person classes at Binghamton University have been suspended as COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Broome County.