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Fire-Damaged Binghamton Apartment House to Be Demolished
A rundown apartment house in Binghamton where one person was injured during a fast-moving fire is expected to be torn down.
Maine-Endwell Halts Special Ed Program Due to COVID-19 Case
A Maine-Endwell School District summer special education class is on hold after the confirmation of a COVID-19 case involving a person enrolled in the program.
It’s Now OK to Make Ice Cream with Liquor in New York State
Businesses have been given permission to manufacture and sell ice cream in New York using liquor as an ingredient.
Seafood Restaurant to Open at Town Square Mall in Vestal
A former pizza place in Vestal's Town Square Mall is being transformed into a restaurant that will offer a menu featuring seafood combos.
New York Lawmaker Wants to Legalize Drinking Alcohol in Public
A state lawmaker wants New York's open container laws repealed for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
36 Years Later: House Where Binghamton Girl was Killed is Torn Down
The parents of Cheri Lindsey were on hand as demolition crews started to remove the house where the 12-year-old Binghamton girl was killed in 1984.
Small Aircraft Crashes in Northern Broome County
An ultralight aircraft crashed into some trees after its engine failed moments after it took off near Whitney Point.
Cider Mill to Open with Some Changes in Place
The Cider Mill in Endicott is about to launch operations for what may be one of the most unusual seasons in its 94-year history.
Suggestions Sought for Planned Binghamton Park Project
Binghamton residents are being given an opportunity to offer their ideas on a planned $500,000 park improvement project.
Volunteers Paint “Black Lives Matter” Mural on Binghamton Street
A mural proclaiming "Black Lives Matter" has been painted on a street in downtown Binghamton.