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BU organizations, local Binghamton organizations, discuss food insecurity in Broome County

On Monday, Nov. 8, Binghamton University organizations and Sara Velardi, lecturer of environmental studies, gathered with local food organizations to discuss food inequity in Broome County. BU student organizations New York Public...


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Mayor Rich David announces $2 million investment into redeveloping blighted properties

Dilapidated and devalued properties across Binghamton are about to get a second lease on life. On Oct. 18, Binghamton Mayor Richard David announced the city’s newest investment with the Broome County Land...


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BU research team looks for innovative way to improve water quality

A team at Binghamton University is researching how to improve the Southern Tier’s water quality using plants and fungi. The team’s goal is to filter per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from the...


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City of Binghamton partners with BU students to build first educational nature trail

In an effort to connect community members with the outdoors, Binghamton University students and the Binghamton Parks and Recreation Department have come together to develop a new educational nature trail. Binghamton Mayor...


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Broome County to receive millions in opioid crisis relief from NYS Attorney General

The Southern Tier will be receiving up to $26.7 million in funds from Attorney General Letitia James’ HealNY tour to combat its opioid crisis. After successfully securing funds from a lawsuit filed...


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SA announces housing survey aimed at exposing untrustworthy landlords

Prospective Binghamton University student renters who are unsure of which landlords to trust will soon have a resource in the form of results from a brand new survey conducted by the Student...


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Binghamton mayor announces small business relief fund

Binghamton Mayor Richard David has announced an additional $113,000 in COVID-19 small business relief. On Sept. 20, Mayor David informed the city of Binghamton about the fourth round of pandemic assistance for...


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"Defend Our Reproductive Rights" rally held at courthouse

Hundreds gathered by the steps of the Broome County Courthouse on Saturday, Oct. 2 to protest restrictions on reproductive rights. Binghamton’s protest was part of a nationwide Women’s March in each state...


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American Red Cross of Western New York in critical need of donations

The Western New York region of the American Red Cross, which Broome County belongs to, is in a critical need of blood. The American Red Cross, a not-for-profit humanitarian organization offering relief...


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Local groups help Afghans bring family members to U.S.

The American Civic Association (ACA) is partnering with the United Presbyterian Church in Binghamton to help bring Afghan refugees to the United States. Due to the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan following the...