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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

Sears announces it's closing at least 50 stores
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Sears doesn't want to waste any time. The retailer announced on Tuesday that it planned to "accelerate" the closing of at least 50 "unprofitable stores." Sears, which... more

Boys & Girls Club, Impact Project Earn Donations
Three local groups who help others got a helping hand themselves Tuesday. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Broome and Binghamton as well as the Impact Project each received $1,000 dollars... more

PA Family Takes Legal Action Against Pipeline Project
A Pennsylvania family is taking legal action against the pipeline that could put an end to their maple syrup business. The Constitution Pipeline would run through the New Milford property owned by... more

Warmer February has Maple Syrup Flowing
It's a ritual repeated every spring, when the temperature hovers just above freezing for the first time after a long winter, the sap of Maple trees in Northeastern North America begins to flow, and... more

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