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New Addiction Treatment Program Quickly Becomes Controversial
One day after the Broome County District Attorney's Office launched a new addiction treatment program, the initiative is drawing ire from county officials. District Attorney Steve Cornwell (R)... more

Whitney Point Man Faces Several Charges of Sexual Contact with a Victim Under 14
A Whitney point man has been arrested and is facing multiple counts of sexual abuse. Patrick J. Hill, 30, was arrested by New York State Police on Monday for three counts of the misdemeanor of... more

Binghamton Fire Chief to Retire in April
Binghamton Fire Chief Daniel L. Thomas will retire on April 9, ending a 40-year career with the Binghamton Fire Department. The announcement came from the office of Mayor Richard David Tuesday... more

Jon Jones Cited in New Mexico VIEW VIDEO
Jon Jones is in trouble with the law again, days after his return fight was announced. Endicott native and former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon "Bones" Jones was cited with three counts of... more

Two Broome County Governments Say Time Warner Cable Owes Them a Million Dollars
Two Broome County governments are asking a judge for a well-known cable company to pay up. The Town of Union and the Village of Johnson City allegedly have a 10-year contract with Time Warner... more

Walton Fire Claims Life VIEW VIDEO
A Walton man is dead after a fire early this morning in the village. Police say 66-year-old Phillip Kurt was lived upstairs at 22 Benton Ave when the building caught on fire. Four departments... more

Cornwell Aims to Save Lives With Operation S.A.F.E. VIEW VIDEO
A lack of available treatment has become a local crisis as the heroin epidemic ravages the Southern Tier. The Broome County District Attorney's Office is launching a new program that will get addicts... more

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