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Former Treasurer Sentenced

The former treasurer of the Owego Apalachin Employee’s Association will serve 120 days in the Tioga County Jail, five years probation and have to pay back the money she admitted stealing from the school district employees’ union’s accounts.

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Bracco’s Choice

Christopher Bracco, the Democratic candidate for Broome County Sheriff, says he's selected a retired Endicott Police Department detective sergeant to serve as his undersheriff, if he wins next week's election.

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Broome Bus Use Survey

The Broome County Department of Public Transportation and the Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study are taking surveys of BC Transit riders from October 26 through November 8.

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Charges for Volunteer

A Whitney Point man is accused of stealing money from women’s purses while volunteering at a campaign event in the Town of Union for Family Court Judge Candidate Richard Miller.

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Weekend Jail Time

The man who served as the official voice of Broome County Executive Debra Preston since she was sworn into office in January of 2012 until he resigned, effective September 17, 2013 will be on a weekend jail work detail for 30 days after pleading guilty to felony drunk driving.

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Owego Man Charged In Village Slashing

A 19-year-old man has been charged with assault in connection with a slashing incident in the village of Owego.

Authorities say Dakota Steigler of Owego was arrested shortly after a man was attacked on North Avenue around 8:40 Wednesday night

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Binghamton Bearcats Men’s Basketball Set For Opener Saturday

All the workouts, training and hours spent in preparation for a new season are about to hopefully pay off for the Binghamton Bearcats basketball teams.   Binghamton's men open their 2014-15 season this Saturday at 2:00 PM (1:50 air on News Radio 1290 WNBF) by hosting the Mansfield State Mountaineers at the Events Center

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Adopt a Broome County Polling Place Program is Launched

The Broome County Board of Elections is looking for organizations that want to adopt a polling place.

Actually, officials need more inspectors at polling places.

Organizations like clubs and churches can provide volunteers to man the polls in exchange for the $10 an hour normally paid to inspectors

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Most Broome Mental Health Clinic Clients Are in New Programs

The Broome County Commissioner of Mental Health says 80 percent of the clients of the County Mental Health Clinic have moved into different programs in the area as the Clinic prepares to close.

Arthur Johnson says the remaining clients will change programs by next spring

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Emergency Fuel Storage Established in Vestal

New York State officials say Vestal is among six sites in the state established for storing strategic reserves of 2.5 million gallons of gas and diesel fuel to be used following storms and other emergencies

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Binghamton’s Washington Street Mall Gets Upgrades

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the Washington Street Mall has been a concrete desert in the heart of downtown for years but is currently under a rebirth.

The City has begun redevelopment of the Mall that will include 11 new parking spaces, sidewalk improvements, enhanced lighting and other aesthetic upgrades

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Deliberations Begin in Johnson City Murder Trial

A Broome County jury is deliberating the fate of a Johnson City man accused of murdering his landlady last year.

Closing arguments were made in 44 year old Christopher Davis’ murder trial October 29

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Dozens Graduate From Broome Law Enforcement Academy

Thirty-four recruits have made it through more than seven months of training in the Broome County Sheriff's Law Enforcement Academy.

The graduation ceremony for the Class of 2014 was held Tuesday in downtown Binghamton

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Driver Dies Following Fenton Deer Collision

A Chenango County man died after the pickup truck he was driving struck a deer and went off Interstate 88 in the town of Fenton.

Authorities say 35-year-old Sean Coleman of Bainbridge was pronounced dead at Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City

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Suspected Toolbox Thief is Accused of Hitting K-Mart Worker

Cortland County Sheriff's officials say a man is accused of trying to steal four Craftman toolbox sets from the K-Mart store on Route 13 in the Town of Cortlandville when he was approached by a store employee

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