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Lamp Blamed for Binghamton Fire

Binghamton’s Fire Marshal says a lamp is to blame for the fire that displaced a family of eight on Saturday night in the city. Fire Marshal Dan Eggleston says the lamp without a shade became tangled in bedding and sparked the fire at the Legacy... Read More.

BU Honored as Top Value for 3rd Straight Year

Binghamton University has again been honored by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine. BU is ranked in the top 10 of the publication’s list of “Best Values in Public Colleges” for the third straight year. Binghamton is listed as the best value for out-of-state students and the sixth... Read More.

Cuomo to Deliver State of the State Wednesday

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will deliver his first State of the State Address Wednesday. Cuomo will unveil his design to rebuild the state at 1:30pm in front of all 212 legislators and over 1,800 New Yorkers invited through a random lottery drawing. The governor has... Read More.
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New Broome County STOP-DWI Coordinator

The Broome County STOP-DWI program has a new coordinator. County Executive Barbara Fiala announced Monday that Chris Marion has been hired as the program’s new coordinator, replacing the retired Jim May. Marion last served as a legislative assistant to the Broome County Legislature. He also currently... Read More.

Team USA, D'Amigo, Lose to Canada Monday

Canada got some revenge with a 4-1 semifinal win over Team USA – and Johnson City native Jerry D’Amigo – in the World Junior Hockey Championships Monday in Buffalo. D’Amigo and his American teammates were looking for a repeat of last year’s World Juniors Championship... Read More.

Teen Fights with Police at BHS, Faces Felony Charges

A Binghamton high school student is facing two felonies, accused of fighting with police officers at the school Monday during a dispute. 16-year-old Gabriel Gonzalez has been charged with two counts of felony assault, a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He was... Read More.
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Binghamton Fire Damages Townhome, Displaces 8

The Red Cross is helping several Binghamton families who were forced out of their homes Saturday night because of a fire. It broke out around 6 p.m. at the Legacy Bay Townhomes Apartments. Authorities say the third floor suffered the worst of the damage, but... Read More.

BPD Investigates Suspicious Toddler Death

Binghamton Police continue to investigate the death of a toddler. Thursday morning, police were called to a home on Fayette Street where it was reported that a child had died. They say the little boy was two-years-old. At this point, his name is not being... Read More.

Candlelight Vigil for Dantzler

A candlelight vigil was held in Binghamton Thursday night to remember a man who was murdered on Sunday. 21-year-old Eric Dantzler was shot and killed while sitting behind the wheel of his SUV on Corliss Ave. in Johnson City. Last night, nearly 200 family members and... Read More.
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Broxmeyer Re-Sentenced to 30 Years

A former field hockey coach was re-sentenced Wednesday. Federal Judge Thomas McAvoy re-sentenced Todd Broxmeyer to 30 years in prison. The Court of Appeals found in August that there was insufficient evidence for the jury to convict the former coach on two counts of production of... Read More.