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NWS Issues Flood Watch for Broome County

The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch in effect until midnight EDT tonight. The Flood Watch continues for portions of central New York and northeast Pennsylvania, including the following counties... in central New York: Broome... Chenango... Madison and southern Oneida. In northeast Pennsylvania...... Read More.

Former Binghamton Treasurer Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny

Patricia Schwartz, the former treasurer of Binghamton, entered a guilty plea to grand larceny charges on Thursday. Schwartz has agreed to pay the city $17,000 in restitution as part of her plea arrangement. An investigation was initiated after employees saw problems in her record keeping. She was... Read More.

B-Mets Return Home on Thursday at 6:35PM

The Binghamton Mets begin their 20th Season on Thursday, April 14th at 6:35 pm. B-Mets manager Wally Backman will lead the team to face the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, a Toronto Blue Jays affiliate. The season kicks off with a tailgate party complete with FREE Lupo's... Read More.

State Liquor Authority Suspends Rathskeller Bar's License

The New York State Liquor Authority has suspended the license of “The Rathskeller” at 92-94 State Street in Binghamton. Effective immediately, no alcohol may be served or consumed on the premises. The incident the SLA cited as 'most disturbing' was when the bar's DJ announced a... Read More.

Forum Theatre to Hold Gala Fundraiser June 3rd

Binghamton's Forum Theater will host a gala celebration in conjunction with a performance of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" to raise money for the theater's ongoing renovations. Broome County officials made the announcement at the theater Tuesday. The gala and play are set to take place... Read More.

Public Invited to Natural Gas Meeting April 14th

The GASFRAC Energy Services company is touring the area this Thursday to explain their Liquefied Petroleum Gas Fracturing Process.  It’s an alternative to hydrolic fracturing, and is said to be an environmentally friendly process that involves no water, but instead the use of petroleum... Read More.

Two New Donors Help With ACA Memorial

New fundraising efforts are underway for the ACA Memorial Park. So far, the fund has raised $150,000 of the $200,000 needed for the project. And now, it has received two anonymous gifts that will match up to $7,000 in donations. Paving stones will also be... Read More.

Endicott Man Arrested for Selling Heroin

On March 25th, the Endicott Police arrested Shanice Wright, 18, of Endicott for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree and Loitering in the 1st degree. Two additional Endicott men were charged with loitering and other misdemeanor charges. The subjects were all... Read More.