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Binghamton University Researchers Aim to Develop Safer Batteries
Research teams at Binghamton University are testing new materials for use in the batteries that will be used to provide power of a wide array of devices in the future.
Press & Sun-Bulletin Delivers Final Saturday Print Edition
It's a time of transition for the Press & Sun-Bulletin and its readers as the newspaper has produced its final Saturday print edition.
New York School Mask Mandate to End Wednesday
New York Governor Kathy Hochul has announced that the statewide school mask requirement will end this week.
$45,000 Pledged for Rod Serling Statue – But It’s Not Enough
Hundreds of people have offered to contribute to a project to place a six-foot-tall Rod Serling statue in Binghamton's Recreation Park.
Nobel Winner Whittingham Continues Battery Research at Binghamton
Stanley Whittingham has been working on lithium-ion battery research for decades and he's still at it as he works with students to develop new technology at Binghamton University.
Report: Andrew Cuomo May Be Developing a Comeback Strategy
Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is said to be trying to figure out how to reenter public life following his resignation last summer.
Here’s How to Order Free Covid Test Kits Online – Now
The federal government's website to order at-home Covid-19 tests has gone into operation ahead of schedule.
Student Repeatedly Shot Near Binghamton High School
A Binghamton High School student was rushed to a hospital after he was shot in the chest on Main Street, just west of the school.
SUNY Trustees Select Interim Chancellor to Succeed Malatras
An interim chancellor has been chosen to lead the State University of New York system when embattled Jim Malatras leaves the job next month.
Murder: Man Admits He Used Hammer to Kill Binghamton Resident
A Binghamton man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in connection with the death of a person in the city's First Ward.