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Victoria's Cafe Back Open on Appeal

Victoria's Café in Binghamton will be back in business, at least for now. In March, a Binghamton City Court judge ordered the late night establishment to be shut down after deciding the restaurant violated a previous agreement with Binghamton Police. Attorneys for Victoria's Cafe filed an... Read More.

Rathskeller Bar Ticketed for Underage Drinking

On Friday evening April 1, 2011, the Broome County and Binghamton Police officials assisted investigators from the New York State Liquor Authority at the Rathskeller Bar on State Street in Binghamton. Investigators discovered several underage patrons in the bar, along with other Alcohol-Beverage-Control law infractions. At... Read More.

More than 25 layoffs in latest U-E schools budget

More than 25 employees within the Union-Endicott School District will lose their jobs under the district's proposed budget for next year. This comes after employees and the district could not reach an agreement on a wage freeze. Cuts to the teaching staff focus on extra... Read More.

Fiala Makes it Official; Last Day April 15th

Broome County Executive Barbara Fiala has made it official. She has tendered her resignation; her last day on the job will be April 15th. The following Monday, Fiala will begin her new job as Director of the New York Department of Motor Vehicles. Though her primary work... Read More.

Binghamton Man Arrested on Weapons and Drug Charges

The Broome County Special Investigations Unit have arrested Christopher Santiago, 38, of Binghamtonon weapons and drug charges. Investigators spotted Santiago as he walked down Oak Street in the City of Binghamton. A defaced 9mm Glock firearm equipped with a high-capacity magazine was found in Santiago’s waistband,... Read More.

Man Arrested in Binghamton after Foot Chase

Broome County Sheriff's officers were serving an arrest warrant on Robert Griswold, 21, of Binghamton, when the suspect ran from them on foot. Griswold was being arrested for a violation of parole. The suspect was apprehended moments later by members of the Sheriff’s Office and the... Read More.

Update: Harpursville Toddler Death Ruled Accidental

The death of a toddler in Harpursville has been ruled an accidental drowning.  State police say 18-month-old Andrew Duong was found unresponsive in a pond near his foster home on Hickox Road. Police say the toddler and another four-year-old child were under the care... Read More.

Binghamton's Emerson Network Power Celebrates Fortieth Anniversary

Emerson Network Power in Binghamton is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Emerson Network Power Surge Protection division on April 6th, 2011. Established in 1971 as a consulting engineering company called Control Concepts Corporation, the company capitalized on opportunities that came from its relationship with... Read More.

Gander Mountain Sued by ACA Victim's Husband

The husband of one of the ACA shooting victims is seeking $3.75 million from the company that sold Jiverly Wong multiple guns prior to the shootings. In a lawsuit filed Friday, Samir Muhammad Al-Salihi is suing Gander Mountain. His wife, Layla Salman Khalil, was shot during... Read More.