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    Allysa Swilley: The Power of Passion

    April-the-giraffe fans have become invested in the entire cast of characters surrounding April's life: dad Oliver, owner Jordan Patch, Dr.Tim the veterinarian, baby Tajiri. But Allysa Swilley -- lead zoologist and the park's giraffe handler -- is the person who draws the most interest.

  • Former St Stan's School And Church Up For Auction

    This multi-parcel property includes an 8,408-square-foot former church building and a 19,360-square-foot former parochial school building located in a residential area in the Town of Dickinson

  • The Power Of One: How the Community Can Help Fight the Opioid Epidemic

    Communities across the Southern Tier continue to educate its residents on the opioid epidemic...

  • Binghamton Man Recreates History One Color at a Time

    When Greg Milunich isn't taking photographs, you can find him bringing color back to the City.

  • Officials Announce the 2017 Spiedie Fest Venue

    Broome County officials met on Wednesday at Otsiningo Park to discuss the events planned for the upcoming 2017 Spiedie Fest and Balloon Rally. 

  • Chenango Valley Wins Social Media Competition

    Chenango Valley High School turned Facebook likes into money for their after prom party. 

  • Broome County Warrant Of The Week

    Broome County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help. 

  • Endicott Man Arrested for Allegedly Holding Up Two People at Gun Point

    Police arrested an Endicott man who they say held up two victims at gun point in their car. Endicott Police said Santonio Jones, 44 approached two victims who were in their vehicle on the 400 Block of North St. around 10:30 p.m. in the Village of Endicott...

  • Business Savvy Students Pitch Company Ideas

    The Greater Binghamton Scholastic Challenge asks local students to use their ingenuity and present well thought out business plans for start-up companies. 

  • Poetry Event Inspires Young Minds

    Inspiring and teaching young minds about the written word is what the annual Poetry and the Children Day is all about. 

  • Town Of Fenton Approves Compressor Project

    The Town of Fenton Planning Board approved a natural gas compressor station on Tuesday night. This will allow a Vermont Company, NG Advantage, to tap natural gas from the Millennium Pipeline and transport it via tractor-trailers to industrial customers. The project will require a compressor and a loading station. It will cost the company $100 million dollars. Residents who attended the approval meeting felt that they were not properly informed about the project. They voiced concerns...
  • Binghamton Rotary Meeting Highlights Upcoming SUNY Broome Culinary Center

    The SUNY Broome Community College's Culinary Arts Center is still cookin'. During a Binghamton Rotary meeting on Tuesday, SUNY Broome President Dr. Kevin Drumm had some updates on the school's upcoming Culinary Arts Center...

  • Johnson City High School Students Honor Fallen Veterans

    Johnson City High School students prepared for Memorial Day by honoring fallen veterans on Tuesday....

  • Binghamton's Boys and Girls Club unveils their field's name.

    Binghamton Boys and Girls Club celebrates new field

    Binghamton's Boys and Girls Club broke in their new field with a fun community night and exhibition softball game on Tuesday. Players in the game included members of the local fire department, police department, and kids from the Club.

  • Johnson City Arsonist Found Guilty

    Zachary Constable was sentenced to three years in prison on Tuesday.

  • Don't Be a Victim of Water Filtration Scam

    The city's Water Department is receiving complaints from residents that private plumbing companies are visiting homes and telling them their water is unsafe and then trying to sell them home filtration systems. Mayor Rich David reminds residents that the city provides free inspections which includes water testing. He says the city's water quality is excellent and that last year the water plant performed more than 800 tests for bacteria in the system. For a water inspection you can ca...

  • Free Summer Concert Series In Broome County

    The Broome Bands Together Free Summer Concert Series is coming back to Otsiningo Park.

  • Amber Alert- Cattaraugus County

    The New York State Police Machias has activated the New York State AMBER Alert and is investigating a child abduction that occurred near Shady Lane, in Lyndon, New York at about 5:00 AM on 5/23/2017. The CHILD, McKenzie R. Wilson is a White female, approximately 12 years 10 months old with strait, blonde hair and blue eyes. She is approximately 5 feet 6 inches and weighs about 100 pounds. The SUSPECT, Joshua R. Monette is a White male, approximately 18 years old with short, black h...

  • Update: Amber Alert- Cattaraugus County has been Canceled

    An Amber Alert that was issued Tuesday Morning for a missing 12 year old girl, McKenzie R. Wilson has been canceled.

  • The Southern Tier Prepares Applications For Economic Development State Funding

    The Southern Tier is working to secure more state funding to promote economic development in the area. The Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) met today to go over deadlines for grant applications.

  • Pharmacy School Construction Making Progress

    The Binghamton University Pharmacy School construction continues in Johnson City. On Tuesday, university president Harvey Stenger checked in on the progress with Howard Zemsky, President of the New York State Development Corporation.

  • NYS Senate Passes Election Reforms

    The bills aim to increase voter participation and education.

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  • Let's Win Two; Rumble Ponies take both ends of doubleheader

    Let's Win Two; Rumble Ponies take both ends of doubleheader

    PJ Conlon and Donovan Hand each tossed shutouts to lead the Binghamton Rumble Ponies to a doubleheader sweep of the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Wednesday night at The Diamond. The Ponies took the opener, 1-0, before they snagged the rain-shortened nightcap, 5-0, earning shutout victories in both ends of a doubleheader for the first time since 2000. Major League rehabber Asdrubal Cabrera combined to go 2-for-5 at the plate and played ten total defense innings at s...

    PJ Conlon and Donovan Hand each tossed shutouts to lead the Binghamton Rumble Ponies to a doubleheader sweep of the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Wednesday night at The Diamond. The Ponies took the opener, 1-0, before they snagged the rain-shortened nightcap, 5-0, earning shutout victories in both ends of a doubleheader for the first time since 2000. Major League rehabber Asdrubal Cabrera combined to go 2-for-5 at the plate and played ten total defense innings at s...

  • Vestal, Forks win Lax Titles; M-E forces baseball Game 3

    Vestal, Forks win Lax Titles; M-E forces baseball Game 3

    M-E forced a decisive Game 3 in the Class A Finals, beating Vestal 2-1.  Vestal, though, took home a sixth straight Section IV Girls Lacrosse Title beating M-E 13-0 for the Class C crown.  Chenango Forks downed Seton 9-8 to win the Class D Girls Lax Title, the third straight for Forks.

    M-E forced a decisive Game 3 in the Class A Finals, beating Vestal 2-1.  Vestal, though, took home a sixth straight Section IV Girls Lacrosse Title beating M-E 13-0 for the Class C crown.  Chenango Forks downed Seton 9-8 to win the Class D Girls Lax Title, the third straight for Forks.

  • Bearcats hoping for big time games from pitchers

    Bearcats hoping for big time games from pitchers

    The BU Bearcats enter the America East Baseball Tournament as the number one seed for the second straight season.  As the baseball axiom goes "good pitching beats good hitting," and that holds true for the postseason.

    The BU Bearcats enter the America East Baseball Tournament as the number one seed for the second straight season.  As the baseball axiom goes "good pitching beats good hitting," and that holds true for the postseason.

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