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Oil Company Fined $2 Million for Threatening Southern Tier Water
Authorities have announced a $2 million judgment against an oil company operator for endangering the water of residents of the Southern Tier and western New York.
Imperium Starts Endicott Lithium-Ion Battery Production Work
A major milestone has been reached at the long-awaited Imperium 3 New York lithium-ion battery factory in Endicott.
Monkeypox Outbreak: Hochul Declares State Disaster Emergency
New York Governor Kathy Hochul has declared a state disaster emergency in response to the increasing number of confirmed monkeypox cases.
Endicott’s National Pipe Sold to Irish Building Materials Company
A company owned by a Broome County man has been acquired by a global provider of building materials.
Three Months After Aliza Spencer Was Shot, No Word on Her Killer
The mystery surrounding the killing of 12-year-old Aliza Spencer remains unsolved months after she was shot in the chest while walking near her Binghamton home.
Downtown Binghamton Celebrates Completion of Massive Mural
The finishing touches are being applied to a five-story mural on a building in the heart of downtown Binghamton.
Roger Neel to Join Binghamton University Athletics Hall of Fame
WNBF's Roger Neel, whose name has been synonymous with local sports for decades, has been selected to join the Binghamton University Athletics Hall of Fame.
20 Years Ago: Pataki Said 4,000 IBM Endicott Jobs Were Protected
It's been two decades since Governor George Pataki showed up in Endicott to try to reassure thousands of IBM workers that their jobs would be safe for years to come.
JC Firefighters Rescue Frightened Dog from Rain-Swollen Creek
There were some scary moments for the owner of a golden retriever when the dog was unable to get out of a fast-moving creek just west of Johnson City.
Binghamton West Side Residents Steamed by Tree “Hacking” Crews
Some people who live on the West Side of Binghamton are upset by the way utility workers have been conducting tree trimming operations.