Binghamton High School students and staff are putting the final touches on their annual Thanksgiving dinner for the community. Organizers expect to serve nearly 4,000 people as part of the 16th annual event, including around... Read More.
A former Binghamton bank manager will spend four years in federal prison. 40-year-old Thomas Cararo was handed down that sentence from Senior US District Court Judge Thomas McAvoy in Binghamton Tuesday. Cararo was convicted of... Read More.
A historic theater in Binghamton was sold at auction Tuesday. An anonymous buyer purchased the Strand Theater for $22,000. The winning bid shocked many of the 50 or so in attendance for the auction, as... Read More.
The City of Binghamton will host a half marathon next year. The 13-mile Bridge Run will travel through downtown and across the city’s four historic bridges on May 15. It will start and finish at... Read More.
It was a busy weekend for both the Binghamton Senators and the Elmira Jackals. It started on Friday, when the B-Sens upset the Hershey Bears 4-2 at the Arena. Binghamton stayed at home and played... Read More.
Jerry Marinich will be the next Chairman of the Broome County Legislature. The Republican from the Town of Chenango was elected unanimously by his fellow party members over the weekend. The retired Lieutenant from the... Read More.
Binghamton hosted their annual Holiday Parade on Saturday. Hundreds of people lined Main Street in the city to view the floats and local organizations parade by. Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan and other elected officials were on... Read More.
The Dept. of Environmental Conservation is looking for input on a plan to clean a contaminated site in Endicott. TCE has been found in the groundwater beneath 312 Maple Street, a former electronics facility. The... Read More.
A life-sized statue of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was unveiled in Binghamton Wednesday. The bronze statue is standing along the city’s River Trail just north of the Court Street Bridge. It is part of... Read More.
A state audit has found that officials at the Binghamton-Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant made $1.3 million in billing errors. The report from the state comptroller’s office found that Binghamton users were over-billed by... Read More.