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Will Anti-Frackers be heard at Climate Change March in NYC?
In Binghamton, members of Citizen Action are making final plans for a trip that is expected to make history. Citizen Action is organizing the trip of activists headed to the People's Climate March... more

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld to Perform at Forum Dec. 5
Jerry Seinfeld is set to perform at the Broome County Forum Theatre in December. The famed comedian is best known for his ability to point out the humor in everyday life. Seinfeld will perform... more

Union Board Tables Traditions Casino Vote VIEW VIDEO
Town of Union board members postponed a vote that would allow Traditions Resort and Casino developers to move ahead with their project. Union must approve Traditions Resort and Casino's Planning... more

Broome County Holds Public Meeting On Flood Mitigation VIEW VIDEO
The Broome County Planning Department is conducting a study that will identify flood hazards that exist in the Southern Tier.   On Wednesday night a public hearing was held at Cornell Cooperative... more

Local Solar Company Eying Old BAE Site VIEW VIDEO
One company is looking to start a big project in the next couple of years that would make solar energy accessible to local residents.   Officials at ETM Solar Works say that building a solar power... more

Habitat For Humanity Home Dedication VIEW VIDEO
New neighbors and old friends gathered outside Wednesday night to celebrate one family, many volunteers  and the finished work of the family's soon to be home The oldest of the five Fann children,... more

Farm Owners Invite Locals to Corn Maze VIEW VIDEO
Stoughton Farm is gearing up for the opening of its annual 8-acre Corn Maize. The "Maize" features 10-foot stalks and each year includes a message encrypted in the corn. Emily Gachas been working... more

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