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A medieval-style mock wedding -- complete with traditional garb, a smoked pig and a drum circle -- marked the end of a semester's worth of planning for 20 SUNY Broome Community College students.
Asbestos was found in two more Binghamton City School District buildings this week.
Mayor-elect Rich David plans to challenge what he says is a potentially illegal City Hall staffing appointment made by outgoing Mayor Matthew T. Ryan.
State police out of Homer charged a 26-year-old Binghamton man Dec. 3 with felony fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
A Binghamton man wanted for an alleged parole violation has been arrested by Johnson City village police.
With chants of "hey, hey, ho, ho, poverty wages have to go," about two dozen protesters rallied Thursday, demanding higher pay for fast food workers outside of a McDonald's restaurant on Main Street in Binghamton.
Officials are trying to get more homeowners to register for New York's STAR property tax break before the end-of-year deadline.
The Binghamton Senators are in the midst of a successful season. So are some of the men who played for the B-Sens in the past.
The free concert will feature students Kohar Bedonian, Jessica Biagotti, Eleni Florakis, Brandy Greene, Devin Kasinki, Michelle Li, Cara Natale and Jacqueline Robins.
On a lot of different levels, Tony Kushner's "Angels in America" is not an easy play.
As they toured around America over the past few years, the Midtown Men made sure to slip a few Christmas tunes into their concerts each December.
Bryan Adams' acoustic world tour will come full circle when the singer-songwriter returns to Binghamton to perform at The Forum on Saturday.
Broome County has 135 tax foreclosed properties ready for auction. The auction will take place Dec. 14 at 10 a.m. in the Holiday Inn on Hawley Street in Binghamton.
The white lights on the Katie Titus Tree of Life sparkled quietly in the courtyard at Binghamton High School as students spoke about the importance of safe driving during the winter months.
Happy birthday to Jim Scott, who celebrates the big 7-1 today on Cincinnati radio - even though he didn't plan to stay in town this long.