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First Look at Planned Downtown Binghamton Parking Facility
Binghamton residents are getting a glimpse of the draft renderings for the proposed $12 million Hawley Street parking project.
An Era Ends as Nirchi’s Pine Street Shop Prepares to Close
The days are numbered for the "original" Nirchi's Pizza location on Endicott's North Side.
Town of Chenango Tractor Supply Store to Open
Tractor Supply Company's second Broome County store will open its doors soon.
No New Talks between FOX 40 Owner and Spectrum Cable
Nearly a week after the Binghamton Fox affiliate vanished from the local cable television system, there are no signs of progress in resolving the business dispute.
New York May Lose Millions in Federal Funding in Sign Feud
A battle between the state and federal governments over tourism signs could cost New York $14 million in transportation aid.
Broome County Solar Farm to Go On-Line Soon
A large solar farm in the town of Conklin may become operational within the next several weeks - almost a year later than originally expected.
Lisle Event to Mark 100th Anniversary of First Vote by Women
A ceremony will be held in northern Broome County exactly 100 years after the first woman voted in an election in New York state.
Vestal Sports Complex Now Rising After Delay
Construction is moving forward on a new sports facility in the town of Vestal.
Cal Harris Charged with DWI After I-81 Hit-and-Run Crash
Cal Harris, the Tioga County man who was acquitted of murder after his wife vanished in 2001, faces DWI and other charges following a crash on Interstate 81.
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.