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Union-Endicott’s Ty Cobb Stadium Reconstruction Nearly Complete
Construction workers are putting the finishing touches on a $1.3 million modernization project at Ty Cobb Stadium in Endicott.
Concrete Risers Installed for Union-Endicott Stadium Makeover Job
The reconstruction project of Ty Cobb Stadium at Union-Endicott High School is moving forward, but plenty of work remains to be done over the next month.
Dick’s House of Sport Store to Open at Future JC Oakdale Commons
Dick's Sporting Goods plans to operate a massive "House of Sport" concept store at the former Oakdale Mall in Johnson City.
Wiffle Ball Stadium Considered for West Endicott’s Grippen Park
Broome County may develop a wiffle ball stadium as part of a major improvement project being planned for Grippen Park in the town of Union.
Roger Neel to Join Binghamton University Athletics Hall of Fame
WNBF's Roger Neel, whose name has been synonymous with local sports for decades, has been selected to join the Binghamton University Athletics Hall of Fame.
Workers Now Removing Old Seating at U-E’s Ty Cobb Stadium
Demolition crews are tearing out the bleachers as part of a long-awaited improvement project at Ty Cobb Stadium behind Union-Endicott High School.
Aliza Spencer Killing: Police Administer Polygraph Exam to Man
Two months after a 12-year-old Binghamton girl was fatally shot, it has been learned that detectives have given a lie detector test to one neighborhood resident.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Expanding, Burlington Moving to Town Square
The Vestal town supervisor says some big changes are in the works for the Town Square Mall.
John W. Fox, Press & Sun-Bulletin Sportswriter, Dies at 96
Longtime Binghamton sportswriter and columnist John W. Fox has died. He was 96 years old.
Conklin Teen Payton Gendron Indicted for Buffalo Mass Shooting
A grand jury has indicted 18-year-old Payton Gendron in connection with what police have said was a racially-motivated shooting spree in Buffalo that left ten people dead.