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Talks Continue to Keep Boscov’s in Downtown Binghamton
Mayor Richard David says efforts are ongoing to ensure that the Boscov's department store in downtown Binghamton remains open.
Endicott Police Seize Two Pounds of Pot in Traffic Stop
Three Binghamton residents face drug charges after police confiscated two pounds of marijuana from a vehicle pulled over in Endicott.
Animal Hospital Planned at Old Endicott Store Building
A Broome County veterinarian is planning to convert an Endicott structure into an animal care facility.
Project Stalled at Downtown Binghamton Eyesore
The city of Binghamton's efforts to fight blight have not reached a massive abandoned downtown apartment building.
Owego Free Academy Threat Deemed Non-Credible
Classes were held as usual at Owego Free Academy on Tuesday after officials investigated a potential threat toward high school students, faculty and staff.
Binghamton Police Seek Destructive SantaCon Grinch
Investigators have released video in an effort to find the man who shattered a window at a downtown Binghamton business during the booze-fueled SantaCon weekend.
Senator on David Sweat’s Hunger Strike: Oh Well
A state senator took to Twitter to slam a man convicted in the killing of a Broome County sheriff's deputy who now is reportedly refusing to eat at Attica state prison.
14 Charged in Broome County Tobacco Tax Fraud Probe
Nearly a dozen convenience stores in the Triple Cities were targeted in a crackdown on the sale of untaxed cigarettes.
320 People Losing Jobs in Owego Sanmina Plant Closure
Hundreds of workers are to be laid off with the closure of the Sanmina Corporation electronics manufacturing facility in Tioga County.
Deal to Sell Binghamton Power Plant Fell Through
The owners of a Binghamton electricity generating facility thought they had a buyer for the plant a few months ago but the sale wasn't completed.