State Senator Tom Libous is asking the New York State Gaming Commission and Governor Andrew Cuomo to reconsider giving a full-fledged casino license to Traditions or Tioga Downs.
Broome County Executive Debbie Preston also isn't pleased that the Southern Tier lost out on the casino bid and fracking opportunities.
The Vestal Police Department is looking for 59-year-old Victor Tabuntschikow, who was last seen on Wednesday morning.
Good Shepherd and Sodexo Senior Living have teamed up to give a generous donation to the Bandera Family Christmas Dinner.
MacLennan's Flowers on Court Street will close at the end of the business day on Christmas Eve.
Lourdes Hospital's Christmas Mission Project is making many families lives merrier this Christmas.
Citizen Action, former Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan, Walter Hang from Toxics Targeting, and others rallied outside of government plaza in downtown Binghamton Thursday afternoon.
Was it coincidence that the decision about fracking came on the same day that the casino licensing recommendations were made?
The $425 million pitch by Rochester-based developer Tom Wilmot beat out the proposals from Tioga Downs and Traditions.
Traditions hosted a press conference outlining its reaction to the licensing announcement Thursday morning.
Tioga Downs Owner Jeff Gural promised he would have plenty to say whether he received the license or not.
The winner of the Southern Tier Gaming License looks to create thousands of jobs over the next year.
Broome County Community Charities has announced its donations for this year.
Lago Resort and Casino was recommended as the the recipient of the full-fledged Southern Tier gaming license today.
After years of study, debate and review, New York State has decided that it will not allow high volume hydraulic fracturing.
State Senator Tom Libous said he's very upset and angry about the choice of Lago for the region's casino license.
State economic development money is coming to Greater Binghamton in the form of funds to tear down the former Sheraton Hotel.
The Broome County Council of Churches is receiving a $30,000 grant courtesy of the efforts of a group of mostly retired General Electric employees.
A Binghamton mother forgave her son's killer in Broome County Court Tuesday.
A fire that severely damaged a Vestal home Tuesday morning is under investigation.
This year's Mirabito STOP-DWI Holiday Classic is almost here.
Some Alfred State college students are spending the first week of their holiday break helping to prevent future flooding at the Owego-Apalachin main campus.
Some Susquehanna Valley Middle School students were carrying on a time-honored tradition Tuesday by hosting an annual holiday luncheon for seniors.
The Binghamton Sertoma Club is making Christmas brighter for three large families in our area.
We will likely have a decision about whether New York State will move forward with fracking by the end of this month.
We should finally know today which proposal in our gaming region has been chosen to receive a full-fledged casino license.
After years of wrangling with the federal government, Owego-Apalachin will finally be able to replace its flood-damaged administration, maintenance and storage facilities.
The Binghamton University Forum hosted a luncheon about the Common Core on Friday.
Binghamton Mayor Rich David expects a parking study for the city to be done next year.
The eateries that created Binghamton Restaurant Week are taking their organization to the next level.
BC Transit is making it easier on bus riders to get their Christmas shopping done.
An Endicott native, who along with her husband invented the stuffed cupcake, is bringing her popular confectionery concoction back to her hometown.
The Spa at Traditions is pampering some single mothers this holiday season.
Good Shepherd Village at Endwell is this week's Greater Binghamton Chamber Business of the Week.
When the Southern Tier secured a top performer designation at Thursday’s state Regional Economic Development Council awards, it meant more money will flow to our area to pay for a variety of projects.
NYSEG employees and their neighbors at the law firm of Coughlin & Gerhart are once again making the holidays brighter for some special children in the area.
A Binghamton couple whose son became an organ donor will get the honor of riding in the 2015 Tournament of Roses Parade in California.
The City of Binghamton is offering a heartwarming way to further your holiday spirit.
A well known comic book writer will be in Vestal on Saturday.
The Southern Tier region is being named a top performer for the third straight year in the state's Regional Economic Development Competition.
An Endicott man has been sentenced to probation for making false allegations against his supervisor.
It's a time when the generosity of students takes center stage on campus.
Local governmental agencies held a fundraiser today to support a organization that works with foster children in our area.
A young man from the Rochester area is seeking help in fulfilling his dying wish.
Tech Works in Binghamton is joining the global Hour of Code effort to interest kids in computer science by holding a family open house Thursday night.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is set to announce this year's Regional Economic Development Council awards Thursday in Albany.
U.S. Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand have sponsored legislation that they say will help create a network of manufacturing hubs, including in upstate New York.
While Whitney Point's plan was voted down, Chenango Valley's passed.
A recent fundraiser at Traditions at the Glen generated important funds to help prevent domestic violence.
A car sales manager at a Vestal dealership has hit the New York Lottery big-time.