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The local Emergency Food and Shelter Program elected Rebecca Allerton, executive director of Rise, as its new board chair.
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Artists' Row on State Street has four venues hosting holiday shows: * Atomic Tom's : A Vintage Marketplace "Pop-Up" at 196 features clothes, furniture, art, paper craft, food, gifts and curiosities from The Blue Egg, Ta Ta TaDa, Refabulous Furnishings, Sand Dollar Designs, Michelle Irene and others.
Farmers today shot down a proposal to oppose hydrofracking, the deeply divisive natural gas drilling process that has split New Yorkers from tables to farms.
Broome County has 135 tax foreclosed properties ready for auction. The auction will take place Dec. 14 at 10 a.m. in the Holiday Inn on Hawley Street in Binghamton.
The white lights on the Katie Titus Tree of Life sparkled quietly in the courtyard at Binghamton High School as students spoke about the importance of safe driving during the winter months.
The long-running debate about the future of the former shoe manufacturing plant in West Endicott is expected to resume Wednesday when the Town of Union seeks input on a remedy for the abandoned building.
A 23-year-old Binghamton man is facing drug charges after almost colliding with a patrol car, according to the Broome County Sheriff's Office.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County is hosting Winter Wonderland from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 14 from in the Cutler Botanic Gardens at 840 Upper Front St. Visitors can have family photos taken with Santa, make holiday crafts, visit the holiday light fire truck and take part in Cornell Cooperative Extension's tree lighting ceremony at ... (more)
Every year, Binghamton University students, faculty and staff host numerous holiday drives to give back to the community and those in need.
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Mary Jo McIntyre offered a proud smile and humble shrug when colleagues dubbed her Roberson Museum & Science Center's "professional volunteer."
A 23-year-old Johnson City man is accused of possessing heroin after he was found in a vehicle during a traffic stop Friday on Old Front Street in the Town of Dickinson.
Every election is a book with many chapters. The 2013 election was no different.