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Work Begins on Vestal Parkway Primary Care Site

Demolition work has begun on property that will become the new UHS primary care center on the Vestal Parkway. The work is part of a $29 million project to construct a new, state-of-the-art facility that will feature physician services by appointment, plus walk-in, diagnostic imaging, laboratory and pharmacy services. The site is across the street…

Binghamton Fire Victims Get Red Cross Help

Volunteers from the Southern Tier Chapter of the American Red Cross are providing aid to the victims of a fire on Phelps Street in the City of Binghamton. Two adults were burned out of their apartment and are receiving financial assistance for food, clothing and shoes. The Red Cross is also providing them with shelter…

Plea Deal Offered to Car Chase Suspect

The man involved in a chase that started in Tompkins County and ended in the Town of Southport in October has been offered a plea deal. Bradley Brown, 36, faces nine charges, including burglary, menacing, kidnapping and rape. But the Chemung County District Attorney offered him a deal to plead guilty to just the menacing…

Nationwide Driver Michael Annett Charged with DWI Following Crash

Nationwide Series driver Michael Annett was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated Sunday morning in Mooresville, North Carolina. According to the police report, his blood alcohol concentration was 0.32, or four times the legal limit. Annett crashed his employer’s Toyota Tundra into the back of a car waiting for a red light. The driver was also…

Tioga Downs to Keep ‘Takeout’ at State Minimums

Last year, Tioga Downs experimented with a pilot program to lower its wagering takeout rates to New York State minimums. Tioga Downs has announced that it will continue with the program in 2011. For the 2011 race season the takeout will be: 15% Win Place Show; 17% Exacta/Double and 21% for all other exotics. The…

Former Governor Paterson Pays Ethics Fine Over World Series Tickets

Former New York Gov. David Paterson has paid $62,124 to settle his fine from the state ethics board over free Yankees tickets he obtained for the 2009 World Series. Paterson requested and received the tickets from the Yankees without charge, but had no official function at the game. He had originally stated that he intended…

House Fire in Town of Chenango

Chenango Bridge and Whitney Point firefighters were called to an early Sunday morning house fire in the Town of Chenango. The family woke up from the smell of smoke and evacuated safely. Smoke detectors were installed in the home, but were not working. The fire was started by the chimney, which ignited the vinyl siding.…

Binghamton University to Host Science Olympiad Competition

Binghamton University will host the Southern Tier Science Olympiad competition on Saturday, February 12th on the University campus. Hundreds of area high school students representing more than 12 schools will compete in a day-long series of contests designed to test their knowledge in diverse fields such as chemistry, cell biology, structural engineering, astrophysics and mathematics.…

Syracuse Climbs to Twelfth in the College Basketball Rankings

After defeating seventh ranked UConn and following up with a convincing victory against South Florida, the Syracuse Orange have climbed to number 12 in the AP college basketball rankings. Syracuse has a record of 20 wins and 4 losses. They were ranked seventeenth last week. There are eight Big East Conference teams in the top…