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In the aftermath of Mother Nature's dumping of multiple feet of snow on the Buffalo area the city is attempting to get back to business as normal. That includes the city's football team, which has to literally dig itself out in time for a planned Sunday game against the New York Jets.

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License Recommendation Delay

A panel tasked with reviewing applications for casino licenses in New York state is nearing recommendations on where they should go but is weeks behind the anticipated date for an announcement.

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Senators Home

The Binghamton Senators are home for a pair of games this weekend. On Friday night The B-Sens host the Manchester Monarchs (Los Angeles Kings affiliate) and on Saturday evening the B-Sens entertain Albany (New Jersey Devils affiliate) with draw time set for 7:05 both nights.

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Got Milk? Unfortunately, for Some. Region’s Dairy Farmers Crying Over Spilled Milk in the Aftermath of Severe Storms in Buffalo

The concerns of many in the central and western regions of New York State about this week's extreme weather have centered around transportation issues, public services, and the fact that the area's major sports teams have had to postpone games or change venues.  But the storm has had an unforseen impact on another industry.

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Hanna Urges Congress To Close Loophole On Background Checks

 

Congressman Richard Hanna was at the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center today to call on Congress to close the federal loophole that prevents organizations that work with children from gaining access to criminal background checks on employees and volunteers.

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Marc Lawrence Interviewed On “Binghamton Now”

The filmmaker Marc Lawrence is looking forward to the release of The Rewrite, his latest movie. Lawrence spent a few years in Broome County while he was a student at SUNY-Binghamton.

Lawrence spoke with Bob Joseph about his childhood, his time in Binghamton and his career on WNBF Radio's "Binghamton Now" progtam.

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