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Green Space Proposed for Rivercrest Site on Vestal Parkway
A recreational facility and conservation area are to be developed along a busy section of the Vestal Parkway in coming months.
Binghamton Univ. Scaling Back R&D Building Project in JC
A planned Binghamton University research and development center to be constructed in Johnson City will have much less space than first planned.
City Closes Boscov’s Sidewalk Due to Structural Concerns
Pedestrians are not permitted to use a sidewalk on the east side of Boscov's department store in Binghamton because of safety issues with the building.
Work Underway for New Downtown Binghamton Restaurant
Construction has started at the site of a planned Binghamton eatery that will feature live music and outdoor decks.
Police Investigate Multi-Vehicle Crash at Vestal School Entrance
A truck and at least two other vehicles were involved in a collision at the drive-way entrance to a school in Vestal.
Two Charged Following Drug Bust on Binghamton’s West Side
Binghamton police have arrested a man and a woman after investigators confiscated cocaine and amphetamine during a search at a West Side apartment house.
Binghamton Police Close Main Street After Report of Shots Fired
A section of Main Street on Binghamton's West Side was shut down by city police following a report that a man had fired a gun at other people.
Lake Lester: 300,000 Gallons of Water Lost in JC Line Break
A Johnson City police officer spotted a powerful stream of water shooting into the air after an antiquated transmission line ruptured near a former Endicott Johnson factory.
State Testing for Contamination at Apalachin Recycling Fire Site
Apalachin residents are awaiting test results for possible contamination in the aftermath of the blaze that tore through the Taylor Garbage Service recycling plant.
Endicott Mayor: Questions Remain About Battery Recycling Plant
More public hearings may be sought by Endicott officials in connection with a $23 million lithium-ion battery recycling facility.