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Kathy Whyte

I am the Townsquare Media Binghamton News Bureau Chief, the voice of morning news on all of the Townsquare Binghamton radio stations, the call screener for Binghamton Now on WNBF, and host of the weekly local public affairs program Southern Tier Close Up. I'm a Binghamton native and Chenango Valley High School graduate. I began my professional radio career at WELM/WLVY while still a freshman at Elmira College. As regular listeners know, I'm passionate about animals, especially my pets, and cooking. Look for my original recipes posted every Friday for Foodie Fridays!
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Delaware Bridge Closed Indefinitely

Engineers now say a Delaware County bridge that was whacked in a hit and run will have to remain closed indefinitely.

The Corbett Bridge over the East Branch of the Delaware River in Town of Colchester that had been hit at the end of August has been determined to have bad enough structural damage that it can’t be used for an extended period of time...

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Binghamton Man Charged With 2 Felonies Following Crash

A Binghamton man is facing felony charges following a crash on Day Hollow road in the Town of Owego June 16.

New York State Police say 56 year old Donald Morrison is accused of driving drunk when he crashed into a mailbox and a tree, causing his vehicle to roll over at around 10:30 p...

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