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Natasha Vaughn


Binghamton, NY, United States

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Past articles by Natasha:

Police say Corning man started Town of Bath fire on Faucet Road

The man was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment in the second degree for a fire on Faucet Road. → Read More

Joe Burns will run for Binghamton City Council

Democrat Joe Burns announced he is running for Binghamton City Council's District 5 seat. → Read More

Binghamton's municipal electricity will soon be from wind power

Binghamton's municipal operations will soon be powered with energy purchased through renewable energy certificates. → Read More

Carmen Garufi announces campaign for Binghamton City Council

Garufi is running for the city's District 5 seat currently held by Republican Chris Papastrat. → Read More

Construction on $1.1 million sidewalk project set to begin on Vestal Parkway

Eight new sidewalks and sidewalk connections will be build on State Route 434. → Read More

Schumer and Gillibrand announce $172 million in Federal funding

Binghamton, Ithaca and Elmira were among the areas awarded funding. → Read More

Construction underway on $2.2 million State Street Gateway Project in Binghamton

Construction began Tuesday after the project was announced more than two years ago. → Read More

Friendly's restaurant in Endicott is closed

A note was posted on the restaurant door Sunday announcing it is now closed. → Read More

Akshar survey: What do you think about banning plastic bags

Senator Akshar has launched a new survey asking for your opinion on the proposed plastic bag ban. → Read More

Tom Scanlon announces re-election campaign for Binghamton City Council

Scanlon is currently the city council President and represents the District 7 seat. → Read More

County executives speak out against covering AIM funding

If passed, New York counties would be responsible for paying for AIM funding given to towns and villages. → Read More

Wet snow, wind hits Broome, Tioga and Tompkins. More snow expected in Chenango County.

Just in time for the Friday commute, a winter storm is bringing a wet and windy mess to Upstate New York. → Read More

Two arrested and charged in abandoned dog case

Two people have been charged after a dog was amondoned on Binghamton's South Side last week. → Read More

Clifford Kasson leaves Vestal HS principal post, becomes assistant superintendent

Albert Penna will serve as interim high school principal until Vestal hires a permanent replacement. → Read More

Tenth annual Binghamton Business Plan Competition announced

Mayor David announced this year's competition Tuesday, the deadline for application is April 3. → Read More

Republican George Phillips is running for Congress again

George Phillips has announced his candidacy for the 22nd Congressional seat currently held by Anthony Brindisi. → Read More

Conrad Taylor will not seek re-election for Binghamton City Council

Binghamton City Councilman Conrad Taylor will become the production director for the LUMA Projection Arts Festival. → Read More

Fred Akshar survey: Should crimes against first responders be hate crimes?

Sen. Fred Akshar has launched a new survey asking constituents for their thoughts on two bills he has proposed. → Read More

Six takeaways from Binghamton Mayor Richard David's State of the City address

Mayor Richard David gave his State of the City address Wednesday night; here's what you need to know. → Read More

Construction is nearing completion on Emma Street project in Binghamton

The $22 million rehabilitation of a former cigar plant on the West Side of Binghamton is nearly complete. → Read More