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Parade of Lights kicks off Saturday

NORWICH – Between 4,500 and 5,000 spectators are expected to kick off the holiday season as the 16th annual Parade of Lights makes its way through the city on Saturday, and ev... read more...


New children’s clothing store offers affordable choices for parents

NORWICH – Children have always played an important role in the life of Lilly Bean owner Sara Behrmann who – partnered with daughter Jennifer – officially opened for business N... read more...


A life without regret

I’ve always been more than a little confused by people who adamantly refuse to admit regret. I’m sure everyone has heard something to this effect at least once or twice before... read more...


Local artist’s sculptures on their way to the United Arab Emirates

NORWICH – After nearly two decades of mixing art and commerce as the owner of Unique Artistic Services, painter and sculptor Stephen Brois is currently involved in a project t... read more...


Chenango United Way campaign hits halfway mark

Chenango United Way Employee Campaign Coordinator at BOCES JoAnn Winsor, Executive Director Elizabeth Monaco, Agency Division Co-chair Daniel Auwarter, Campaign Co-chair Lisa ... read more...


Historical Society seeks help in identifying old photographs

NORWICH – The Chenango County Historical Society – as part of its renovation and reconstruction of the future Research Center at 43 Rexford St. – is asking local residents and... read more...


Local band Panhandle set to record first live album

NORWICH – The members of Oxford-based Panhandle – following a busy summer touring schedule which found the band performing up and down the east coast – have made their way bac... read more...


3rd Annual Woofstock to benefit SPCA Sunday

NORWICH – Touted by organizers as a day of representing pooches, cool cats and music, the 3rd Annual Woofstock will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday at the Blarney Stone Pub... read more...


Common Council approves 2011 budget

NORWICH – The Common Council on Tuesday night approved the proposed 2011 budget, which totals $11,046,448 – down $873,227 from the 2010 budget. Despite a general fund decreas... read more...


Don’t read too much into it

I haven’t been an avid television viewer in decades now, not since the days of Saturday morning cartoons. And not the garbage they pawn off on kids these days. Actually, consi... read more...


Medicare Open Enrollment period to run through Dec. 31

NORWICH – Medicare beneficiaries – including Original Medicare recipients – and those new to the program this year will have a limited amount of time to review their current h... read more...


Local country crooner set to retire after 65 years

NORWICH – After over half a century of performing on an untold number of stages all across the state and beyond, local country vocalist and guitarist Merle Matts is hanging up... read more...


Agro Farma, Norwich Jewish Center team up for food drive

NORWICH – Following its successful Giving to Goodwill Food Challenge – which challenged Gibson and Perry Browne Elementary students to collect non-perishable food items as the... read more...


Local business celebrates 50 years of service

NORWICH – Hart’s Electrical Service will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a special customer appreciation day and Open House, to be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at ... read more...


Otselic Valley students honor local veterans

GEORGETOWN – Students and staff members at the Georgetown Elementary School gathered Wednesday morning to hold their 9th Annual Veterans Day Appreciation Program. The program... read more...



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