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Monthly Broome County Mini Career Fair offers local employment options

Although the next Job and Internship Fair won’t occur on Binghamton University’s campus until spring 2019, students and local residents can still seek employment at the Broome County Mini Career Fair in...


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Off-campus housing sign-ups start early for 2019-20

Breanna Langett doesn’t know if she will be attending graduate school at Binghamton University, but she knows if she signs a lease now at 20 Hawley Street Apartments, she could get a...


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Entrepreneurs talk success, challenges at panel hosted by Koffman Southern Tier Incubator

Representatives of startup companies housed in the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator came together on Monday afternoon for a panel discussing the challenges and perks of being an entrepreneur. Approximately 130 Binghamton University...


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Campus, Broome County vote heavily for Cuomo

Incumbent Andrew Cuomo, incumbent Kathy Hochul and Letitia James will be the Democratic nominees for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general — two of whom are candidates that took Broome County by...


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BPD accused of using 'excessive force' in arrest on Saturday

On Tuesday, the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) of Binghamton and Broome County publicly announced in a Facebook post that it had submitted a formal complaint to the Binghamton Police Department (BPD)...


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Democratic Lieutenant Governor candidate Jumaane Williams fields questions in Downtown Binghamton

Jumaane Williams, Democratic candidate for New York lieutenant governor, made a stop at Spotlight in Downtown Binghamton on Sept. 11 to meet with locals and discuss his platform. Currently, Williams is running...


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Truth Pharm hosts memorial Downtown to honor victims of substance use

Chalk outlines covered the sidewalk outside Government Plaza in Downtown Binghamton as Truth Pharm hosted “Trail of Truth.” The event, an effort to memorialize those who have died due to substance use,...


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Alumni work with homeless populations as part of nonprofit organization

In order to give those in need a second chance, Binghamton University alumni at Lazarus Rising are helping homeless people write résumés. With a personal mission to combat homelessness through professional encouragement,...


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Gubernatorial candidate holds town hall in Downtown Binghamton

Education, bureaucracy, economic struggles and gun rights were popular topics of discussion at a town hall held by Marc Molinaro, Republican candidate for governor of New York. The town hall, which attracted...


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Broome County Legislature votes against sale of Brandywine Corridor

In 2015, Broome County acquired an abandoned lot, the Brandywine Corridor, on the North Side of Binghamton because of tax foreclosure. Ever since, the property has sat blighted and vacant. Now, the...