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Norwich scout earns Eagle rank

NORWICH – Local Troop 63 of the Boy Scouts of American held a traditional Eagle Scout Court of Honor Dec. 19 at the United Church of Christ, 11 West Main St., in recognition o... read more...


Local tax service to officially switch hands

OXFORD – Following over 30 years in the business of tax preparation, Oxford Tax Service’s Joseph Halsteter is set to retire once the upcoming tax season comes to a close. How... read more...


Don’t let it bring you down

Do I absolutely love the way that we, as Americans, have managed to butcher the English language over the years, the way we “misremember” certain events and our innate ability... read more...


City officials considering installation of electronic billboard

NORWICH – Mayor Joe Maiurano – at the conclusion of last week’s Common Council meeting – took a moment to remind city officials of an Oct. 19 presentation by Frankfort-based E... read more...


Decontamination efforts on schedule at former gas manufacturing site

NORWICH – Cleanup and decontamination efforts at a former New York State Electric and Gas plant – located behind Front and Birdsall Streets and adjacent to the Tops parking lo... read more...


Local sculptor’s work featured at Oakdale Mall

NORWICH – Local residents who traveled south to Johnson City and the Oakdale Mall this holiday season may have noticed a unique and realistic display of life-sized Santa Claus... read more...


Chenango United Way, still seeking donations, announces 2010 raffle winners

NORWICH – Walter Turns and Christopher Macy are the winners of Chenango United Way’s 2010 raffle, according to Executive Director Elizabeth Monaco. There were 1,276 eligible d... read more...


City officials, NYCOM oppose property tax cap without mandate relief

NORWICH – City officials at Tuesday night’s Common Council meeting unanimously agreed that the governor and members of the New York State Senate and Assembly must reform state... read more...


Common sense (or lack thereof) in the 21st century

Just because you can do something, doesn’t always mean you necessarily should. I’m not sure who originally came up with that particular saying, but there’s a lot to be said fo... read more...


Local food pantries struggling during holiday season

NORWICH – With the holiday season nearing its peak, local food pantries are feeling the pinch as demand for the services they provide increases, while supplies for those in ne... read more...


Guilford historian releases personal memoir

NORWICH – Now in his mid-90s, local veteran, historian and now author Archie Hubbard said he was excited to see the full-spread sheets which will make up his soon-to-be-releas... read more...


Guilford artist’s work on display

GUILFORD – Thirteen original works of local artist Dan Harrington will be on display through the end of December in the community room at the Sidney Memorial Public Library, 8... read more...


Delivering Christmas: Perry Browne

There’s something truly special that occurs whenever I find myself wandering the hallways of Perry Browne Elementary School, considering it was my first school. Obviously thin... read more...


Integrity, creativity and the almighty buck

It seems that just about everything these days comes with a rating. Movies, video games, comic books, computer software, websites, even music. I’m not sure when this particula... read more...


Norwich Y reaches out to community in annual campaign

NORWICH – The Norwich Family YMCA is seeking the support of local residents as its annual support campaign – Reach Out to Your Community – continues to raise money to offset c... read more...



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