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State Testing for Contamination at Apalachin Recycling Fire Site
Apalachin residents are awaiting test results for possible contamination in the aftermath of the blaze that tore through the Taylor Garbage Service recycling plant.
Endicott Mayor: Questions Remain About Battery Recycling Plant
More public hearings may be sought by Endicott officials in connection with a $23 million lithium-ion battery recycling facility.
Police: JC Woman Stole $26,000 to Pay Off Her Mortgage
A Johnson City resident has been accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a developmentally disabled person.
Three Charged After Loaded Gun, Drugs Seized on Route 17
Police have arrested three people following a traffic stop on Route 17 in Sullivan County.
Binghamton Pedestrian Bridge Demolition Ahead of Schedule
The project to remove an unused elevated walkway near Boscov's in downtown Binghamton is nearing completion.
Provocative Message at Broome Business Called “Super Offensive”
Some people who've seen the sign at a Chenango Forks bar are pleased but others are criticizing the owner for using blunt language.
Ansco Lofts Developer May Consider Future Broome Projects
Broome County officials want Matthew Paulus to get involved in more redevelopment efforts following the completion of the Ansco Lofts project in Binghamton.
Jim McCoy: Number 5 Restaurant Open Until Sale is Official
The owner of Binghamton's iconic Number 5 restaurant is assuring customers that the establishment is still in operation.
New Planet Fitness Gym to Open on Binghamton’s West Side
A second Planet Fitness center is expected to go into operation in Broome County this spring.
Broome County Business Sign Offends Some Residents
A sign posted outside a Broome County tavern is creating a bit of controversy.