The Binghamton Local Development Corporation invites Binghamton business owners to a free workshop on the uses and benefits of social media. Professionals in the industry will cover topics including Google and Facebook business resources, Twitter accounts and website design. By attending the workshop, each business will... Read More.
The second workshop in VINES' Green Thumb and Harvest Kitchen Educational Series on Seedling Starting is being held on March 5th from 1pm-2:30pm in the Binghamton Urban Farm greenhouse, located at 16 Tudor St in Binghamton. This hands-on workshop will teach participants the basics of... Read More.
The Globalistas at Binghamton University will host a campus celebration of International Women’s Day, with the discussion “Women in Entrepreneurship” at 4:30 Tuesday, Mar. 8, in Room 111 of the University Union. The event is free and open to the public. Assistant professor in the School... Read More.
Congressman Maurice Hinchey, has sent a letter requesting Congressional hearings to assess potential concerns with hydraulic fracturing of natural gas. Over the past weekend, The New York Times published an article describing potential environmental and health concerns resulting from “hydrofracking.” These concerns include the inadequacy of... Read More.
The Delaware River Basin Commission has announced that the period for submitting written comments on the proposed natural gas development rules will be extended an additional 30 days through the close of business on April 15th. The comment period was to have ended March 16. The... Read More.
The Broome County Sheriffs Office has arrested John Chordas Jr., 29, and Scott Doty, 32, both of Binghamton The men have been charged with felony Criminal Possession of Stolen Property. The two are accused of possessing copper wire stolen from the Norfolk Southern Railroad. The... Read More.
A supermarket custodian from Vestal has won a $2,000,000 prize on a New York Lottery instant ticket, Broome County's first Lottery millionaire of 2011. Lottery Draw Team Member Gretchen Dizer will present the winner with an over-sized prize check at the Wegmans in Vestal where... Read More.
Megabus.com is now providing select service between Binghamton and New York for as low as $1. Megabus.com, the first city-to-city, express bus company will begin daily service to and from Binghamton today. Customers may begin booking travel today at www.megabus.com. The megabus.com Binghamton route will be operated... Read More.
Roberson Museum and Science Center is looking for artists interested in showcasing their work in our 2011 Regional Juried Art Exhibition. This exhibition will be on display from July 9 – October 16 at Roberson with cash prizes awarded to first, second and third place... Read More.
18 different Union-Endicott High School students received regional Scholastic Art Awards in February. Over 170,000 objects were submitted in this year’s National Scholastic Art Awards program, including 628 for the region that spans seven counties in New York State and Pennsylvania. 134 works received Scholastic Art... Read More.