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  • Rumble Ponies can't overcome early deficit

    Rumble Ponies can't overcome early deficit

    Harrisburg starter John Simms struck out eight to lead the Senators past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 6-4, on Thursday night at FNB Field. Binghamton slipped back into a tie with Reading for second place in the Eastern Division with their second straight loss.

    Harrisburg starter John Simms struck out eight to lead the Senators past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 6-4, on Thursday night at FNB Field. Binghamton slipped back into a tie with Reading for second place in the Eastern Division with their second straight loss.

  • Community is important part of DSGO

    Community is important part of DSGO

    The Dick's Sporting Goods Open is considered by golfers and Champions Tour officials as one of the best events on the Champions Tour.  Every year, players talk about how it's a "can't miss" among the golfers on tour.  Defending Dick's Open Champion Paul Goydos says that a big reason why is the community.

    The Dick's Sporting Goods Open is considered by golfers and Champions Tour officials as one of the best events on the Champions Tour.  Every year, players talk about how it's a "can't miss" among the golfers on tour.  Defending Dick's Open Champion Paul Goydos says that a big reason why is the community.

  • Arena begins to undergo Devils transformation

    Arena begins to undergo Devils transformation

    The first indication that the Binghamton Devils are, in fact, coming to town, is the new sign on the side of the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.  The marquee above the players locker room entrance on the State Street side of the building now says "Home of the Binghamton Devils."

    The first indication that the Binghamton Devils are, in fact, coming to town, is the new sign on the side of the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.  The marquee above the players locker room entrance on the State Street side of the building now says "Home of the Binghamton Devils."

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