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Maine-Endwell wins New York Class A field hockey championship against Williamsville North

Emma Bough scores two first-half goals in the snow for Chenango Forks during a Class B state semifinal against Wheatley on Nov. 10 at Cortland High.Andrew Legare, alegare@stargazette.com | @SGAndrewLegare(Photo: Tina MacIntyre-Yee/Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)The second time proved to be the cha

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Plethora of upgrades sliding in to NYSEG Stadium, Rumble Ponies extend stay in Binghamton

Team, local, and state officials announced Monday the stadium will undergo a $5.1 million upgrade.

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Three taken to hospital in Binghamton car crash

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Three people were taken to the hospital following a two-car crash in Binghamton Saturday evening, according to the Binghatmon Police Department.Police say around 5:15 p.m. two cars crashed at Robinson and Moeller street. One car was in a telephone poll, according to police.Police

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Community provides Thanksgiving meal for hundreds

For Binghamton University student and volunteer Isabella Pang, it’s not the food on her mind, but the community, saying, “I’m just really happy and joyful for just helping out everybody.”

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Paul & Sons serves New York-style slices

For New York natives in search of quality pizza, Paul & Sons offers a slice of home. Paul & Sons, a small pizza shop that opened about a year ago, is operated by chef Paul Myers, a James Beard Foundation Award nominee. He has also worked with celebrity chefs like David Chang and Tom Douglas in Seatt

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Search underway for missing Chemung County man

A family, along with Elmira Police are on the search for 46-year-old Timothy Weiskopf. He was last seen on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the Elmira/ Horseheads area.

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Johnson City Park Gets New Mosaic Sign

Emily Jablon, the head of the project said, "i think there should be art in every neighborhood, it not only brightens everyone's day but it also gives people an opportunity that wouldn't get to see art without going to museum, they can walk through their neighborhood and see it Ind i think that shou

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New York State cross country: Maine-Endwell's Parker Stokes just misses title

He avoided puddles and mud near the start, tackled Cardiac Hill with the best of them, kept the leader in his sights, but by the end of the race on eastern Long Island, it wasn’t quite enough.

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Case of Tuberculosis confirmed in Broome County

Officials say Tuberculosis, which is a potentially dangerous infection to the lungs, is more likely spread through long-term close contact.

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Sports Overtime: New York State playoffs

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The high school football regionals continued Saturday at Cicero-North Syracuse High School with trips to the state semifinals on the line. In Class B, Chenango Forks lost an absolute stunner to Skaneateles, 27-26. In Class C, Susquehanna Valley blew out Holland Patent 43-7, to ad

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YWCA apologizes to City of Binghamton for inflammatory claims of excessive force, racism

In a letter dated November 6, YWCA Board of Directors President Susan Seibold-Simpson wrote a letter to Binghamton Mayor Rich David, saying that the organization’s board of directors wished to apologize for the accusations made against the city and its police officers.

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2 arrested over swastikas painted in Binghamton

The Press-Bulletinreports William L. Ritchie, 22, and Andrew B. Carter, 17, both of Binghamton, were identified by Binghamton Police in digital footage Wednesday. Both have been arrested and charged with felonies of first-degree aggravated harassment and second-degree criminal mischief, designated a

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Two Rundown Downtown Johnson City Buildings to Be Demolished

A pair of abandoned buildings near the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City will be torn down.The organization acquired the properties at 55 and 59 Broad Street nearly three years ago using money from a state grant.The Broome County Land Bank provided funds for environmental surveys and abatement work n

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Friday’s snow was a reminder: make sure your car is ready for winter weather

— Flakes were flying all around the Twin Tiers on Friday, creating a beautiful scene, but causing plenty of problems on the roadways. It felt like Mother Nature’s not-so-subtle reminder to all of us that we need to be ready to drive in the snow and ice.

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Binghamton University Preparing to Name New Police Chief

Timothy Faughnan, the current chief, was appointed to the newly-created position of associate vice president for emergency services at the university as part of a reorganization.

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Police arrest 2 suspected of spray-painting swastikas

Authorities say the swastikas, painted backward, were found on a window at Binghamton High School and neighboring businesses in Binghamton Tuesday morning.

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One arrested, another in custody in Binghamton swastika case

The swastikas were painted on the pavement of Oak Street, a sidewalk on Main Street, and on a window of Binghamton High School.

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New 22nd Congressional District vote total cuts Brindisi's lead over Tenney

After the polls closed and results were counted Tuesday night, Brindisi was leading Tenney by fewer than 1,500 votes. Several national news organizations had projected Brindisi as the winner – however, WKTV did not. Brindisi gave a victory speech at his election party Tuesday night, before word spre

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Court Street Closed for Binghamton "Green Roof" Project

Work to install a vegetative roof on a downtown Binghamton apartment building resulted in the closure of part of Court Street for a time.The project is part of a comprehensive renovation plan for the five-story structure at 73 Court Street.Binghamton University graduates Syed Ali and Adam Ibrahim an

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Maine-Endwell high school opens Leonidas Lounge

The students are paid interns who, instead of receiving traditional paychecks, are having the money they earn saved and then given to them at the end of the year in the form of a scholarship.

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