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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.
Animal Hospital Planned at Old Endicott Store Building
A Broome County veterinarian is planning to convert an Endicott structure into an animal care facility.
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.
Vestal Police Investigating Mysterious Dog Illnesses
Several dogs have gotten sick suddenly in Vestal lately and police are trying to determine whether foul play is involved.
School Bus Hits Pedestrian on Main Street in Binghamton
A school bus carrying Binghamton City School District students struck a pedestrian on Main Street on the West Side.
United Way Director: No Deal For Chick-Fil-A Project
The leader of the United Way of Broome County says there is no plan to sell the agency's property in Vestal to clear the way for a major restaurant project.
FOR SALE: Number 5 and Lampy’s Restaurants
The owner of two popular Broome County dining spots is preparing to sell the businesses.
Police Close Binghamton Building For Hazmat Investigation
A mysterious message on an envelope received by a law office prompted police to shut down a landmark building in downtown Binghamton.
Binghamton Carnegie Library Project in Jeopardy
A $20 million restoration project at the historic Carnegie Library building in downtown Binghamton may not move forward if a federal tax credit is eliminated.
David, Abdelazim Clash in Spirited Broadcast Debate
Binghamton Mayor Richard David and challenger Tarik Abdelazim discussed some of the most pressing issues facing the city during a debate on WNBF Radio.