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Armed robbery suspect remains at large

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate an armed robbery that occurred at the Kwik Fill convenience store on state Route 12 in the Town of ... read more...


Local woman raising money, awareness for Alzheimer’s

ALBANY – Norwich resident and Siena College alum Tiffany McNeil is set to walk in Albany on Saturday, Oct. 12, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association in the annual Wa... read more...


Authorities investigate alleged armed robbery, Oxford shooting; one injured in McDonough motorcycle accident

Authorities seek suspect in Kwik-Fill robbery NORWICH – An investigation is currently underway involving an alleged armed robbery that took place at the Kwik-Fill Gas Station... read more...


Kids will be kids? I don't think so ...

I had intended this week to address firearms and mental health in light of recent national and worldwide events. I think I’ll save it for next week, with regard to the recent ... read more...


Oxford man arrested following alleged shooting

OXFORD – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office investigated a shooting that occurred Sept. 21 at Lyon Brook Road in the Town of Oxford. According to authorities, an individua... read more...


Norwich Jewish Center restoration now complete, dedication celebration Oct. 6

NORWICH – Following a lengthy restoration process, the Norwich Jewish Center will open its doors for a dedication celebration from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 72 South Broad... read more...


McMaster, Gould sentenced; Bullock guilty of sex crimes

NORWICH – Two individuals were sentenced in Chenango County Court on Monday while a third was found guilty following a three-day bench trial. • Lauren L. McMaster, 76, New B... read more...


Powderpuff football game, bake sale tonight; proceeds go to Oxford Academy senior diagnosed with ovarian cancer

OXFORD – Oxford Academy students have joined together to support one of their fellow classmates who has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. A powderpuff football g... read more...


Brisben FD purchases O2 Fur Life Kit, artificial breathing equipment for pets

BRISBEN – “Many people consider their pets as a close and integral part of their family,” said Wayne Criddle, President and First Assistant Chief of the Brisben Fire Departmen... read more...


The Chenango River Theatre presents “The Outgoing Tide,” final show of its 2013 season

GREENE – The Chenango River Theatre’s final production of the season – “The Outgoing Tide” – is set to hit the stage Sept. 27 and run through Oct. 13. According to Bill Lelb... read more...


Incarceration isn’t a win for the “war on drugs”

There are drugs in Chenango County. That’s no mystery to anyone, and it’s nothing new. There were drugs here decades ago and drugs will never leave the area. It’s a supply and... read more...


Cast of “All Shook Up” earns awards

Norwich Theater Company’s recent production of “All Shook Up” earned three awards from the Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS). The musical was built around songs ... read more...


Lack of attendance at town council meeting dissuades public comment

OXFORD – Wednesday evening’s Town of Oxford board meeting brought approximately seven residents to town hall, a number those at the meeting found surprisingly small as compare... read more...


Seasonal Oxford residents to represent USA in international shuffleboard competition

SAINT PETERSBURG, FLA – Bob and Linda Marshman have spent the past decade or so wintering in sunny Florida, where they have honed their skills in the popular game of shu... read more...


Local author’s new novel addresses addiction, mental illness and incarceration

NEW BERLIN – Local author Ginnah Howard has written and released her latest work of literary fiction which deals with an upstate New York family’s struggle with addictio... read more...



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