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LUMA 2020 Will Be “Digital First” with Some In-Person Events
Organizers of the annual LUMA Projection Arts Festival say the event will be held this year with some important changes to deal with COVID-19 health concerns.
Maines Paper and Food: More than 400 Lose Jobs in Conklin
At least 416 people have been affected by job cuts at Maines Paper and Food Service in Broome County.
Two Binghamton Police Officers Attacked in Burning Building
A Binghamton man has been arrested after two police officers were injured while trying to evacuate residents from a burning apartment house on the city's West Side.
Cuomo Warns of Corporate COVID-19 Pandemic Layoff Scams
Governor Andrew Cuomo discussed the gradual startup of New York businesses following the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown during a briefing in Johnson City.
Binghamton Protesters Call for Reopening of New York State
People who want Governor Andrew Cuomo to "un-pause" New York more quickly demonstrated in front of the Binghamton State Office Building.
Cuomo Offers More Details About Upstate Reopening Plans
Efforts to develop a strategy to "un-pause" New York state on a regional basis are moving forward.
Two Charged in Binghamton Brew Pub Closing Violation
An owner of a downtown Binghamton craft brewery and an employee have been arrested after the business allegedly was operating in violation of state and city orders.
Mask-Seeking Residents Jam Broome County Distribution Sites
People needing protective masks caused a traffic jam at the Oakdale Mall in Johnson City.
Cuomo Expects New York Reopening on a Regional Basis
Things could get moving again after the coronavirus pandemic shutdown in some parts of New York sooner than others.
Cuomo: New York Pandemic Shutdown Extended to May 15
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says his directive banning non-essential activities will be extended for more than two additional weeks.