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The 41-show tour will stop in major cities such as New York and Los Angeles, before wrapping in Redmond, Wash., on Aug. 23. Tickets for the Binghamton show go on sale at 10 a.m. May 10 and are $35.50 and $49.50, with Gold Circle tickets at $75.
Mayor Rich David will introduce Carol Cocchiola as Binghamton's newest City Court judge Thursday morning.
A woman accused of possessing methamphetamine at a local inn has been indicted by a Broome County grand jury.
Seated in a child-sized chair at the Broome County Public Library, Michelle Ford used animal noises to enhance her performance while reading to a group of children.
Asteelflash, an international electronic manufacturing services company, will lay off 34 employees at its plant off Route 38 by the end of June, which is expected to shutter the 150,000-square-foot facility that sits on a 20-acre plot of land.
A Hallstead, Pa., man is accused of drunk while intoxicated after his pickup truck crashed Monday evening on Gratsinger Road in the Town of Conklin.
Anthony Zuccarro, 56, of Binghamton, was arrested Thursday after a traffic stop on Prospect Street.
Four commission members who spoke to Gannett's Albany Bureau last week said they received no pressure to steer investigations away from Gov. Andrew Cuomo's allies.
After reading magazine articles and other news stories about the worldwide issue of childhood hunger, Alexis Green decided she couldn't watch idly any longer.
A 55-year-old Castle Creek man crashed his vehicle after choking on coffee Monday morning, according to the Broome County Sheriff's Office.
Among them: Lyme disease. It's caused by the bite of an infected deer tick, tiny insects that lurk in wooded areas, tall grass, even well-manicured lawns, the Broome County Health Department said.
Town of Owego Supervisor Donald Castellucci has declared a state of emergency in the north side of the town due to a brush fire, according to a news release Sunday afternoon.
Starting Tuesday, owners of guns considered assault weapons by New York will be faced with a choice: Register those firearms with the state, or potentially face a felony charge.