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“Welcome Back B-Mets” Dinner Scheduled for Tuesday, April 5th

The Binghamton Mets have announced that their annual “Welcome Back B-Mets” Dinner is scheduled for Tuesday, April 5th at the Binghamton Riverwalk Hotel & Conference Center. Tickets are $20 per person. B-Mets players and mascots will arrive at 5:30PM. for the “Meet the Mets” autograph reception. Dinner... Read More.

Trial in Stabbing of BU Professor to Start Tuesday

The trial of Abdulsalam al-Zahrani, 46, accused of the fatal stabbing of a Binghamton University professor is to begin on Tuesday. Richard Antoun, a professor of anthropology, was murdered in a Science building on the BU campus back in December 2009. His accused killer was a... Read More.

Broome County Music Educators to Hold All-County Music Festival

Students from 12 area school districts have been chosen to participate in this year’s BROOME COUNTY MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION ALL-COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL III. Participants in the grades Orchestra, Chorus, and Band were chosen based upon audition and teacher recommendation. The festival will take place on Friday... Read More.

National Guard's 827th Engineer Company Returns Home

160 members of the National Guard's 827th Engineer Company returned home Wednesday to a highly emotional welcome. The unit had spent about a year in Afghanistan constructing roads, bases, and checkpoints. All members, from Horseheads, Binghamton, Buffalo and Walton, returned safe. Two returned with purple hearts. For many... Read More.

Assemblywoman Lupardo to Chair Science and Technology Committee

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo spent Wednesday at Binghamton University, touting her new title: Chair of the Assembly's Legislative Commission on Science and Technology. Lupardo was joined by university and community leaders to announce her appointment, a position she hopes will help her advance technology by supporting... Read More.

Landowners’ Coalition to Host Forum on Marcellus Shale

The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York is sponsoring a public meeting, titled “Marcellus Shale in Our Community: What’s in it for All of Us?” to help educate property owners, business owners and others on what to expect when expanded natural gas exploration comes... Read More.

Man Without Pants Arrested for Burglary in Candor

Jordan Smoke, of the Akwesasne Indian Reservation, was arrested by New York State Police on Saturday. The 19 year old entered a Candor home at about 4AM. He was naked from the waist down. The homeowner's son was able to detain the man until police arrived. Smoke appeared... Read More.