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City officials set to begin anti-crow efforts

NORWICH – City officials are warning downtown residents to be prepared for some loud sonic booms and simulated gunshots over the next two weeks as they attempt to prevent the ... read more...


The cost of war

War is expensive in more ways than one – economically, emotionally, spiritually, morally – not to mention the cost in human life. As a species we have a history of war that, i... read more...


Boy Scouts celebrate centennial with Saturday expo

NORWICH – Over 250 Chenango County, Central New York and Pennsylvania scouts and scout leaders are expected to attend the 100-year celebration of the Boy Scouts of America (BS... read more...


Final Restore NY properties approved for sale

NORWICH – A special meeting of the city Common Council held Thursday afternoon found city officials unanimously authorizing the sale of the final two Restore NY II properties.... read more...


Purple Tornado Marching Band finishes second at New Hartford

NEW HARTFORD – The New Hartford Marching Spartans edged out the Norwich Purple Tornado Marching Band by a score of 82.60 to 78.75 in New Hartford on Saturday, one week after t... read more...


Arcuri announces $80,000 in grant money for emergency repairs for city residents

NORWICH – United States Congressman Michael Arcuri announced Thursday $80,000 in Housing Preservation grant moneys awarded to the city for repairs to 13 low or fixed income re... read more...


Norwich Career Firefighters Association goes pink for breast cancer

NORWICH – The Norwich Career Fire Fighters Association Local 1404 is doing its part in the fight against breast cancer this year, opting to sport pink “Keep A Breast” T-shirts... read more...


Local author publishes first book

NORWICH – V.K. Lindsey spent the better part of last year writing and publishing her first novel – “The Truth About Luci” – an experience she called “scary,” particularly due ... read more...


BOCES, SkillsUSA, lead one student to Washington

NORWICH – Norwich High School senior and second year BOCES student Nathaniel Perry said he’s found his time in the Career Technical Education (CTE) program a unique and positi... read more...


A first place finish for the Purple Tornado Marching Band

NORWICH – The 60 members of the NHS Purple Tornado Marching Band earned their first top finish of the 2010 New York State Field Band Competition last weekend in Auburn, follow... read more...


The truth is ... out there

Several news reports in the past couple of months have focused on a number of issues which have interested me for years, namely the possibilities of extraterrestrial life, UFO... read more...


Guernsey Memorial Library Playground scheduled to reopen this week

NORWICH – Construction of new playground equipment in the Guernsey Memorial Library Park neared completion Friday afternoon and library officials expect the facility to be ope... read more...


United Way’s 4th Annual Day of Caring an unprecedented success

CHENANGO COUNTY – According to Chenango United Way Campaign Director Rebecca O’Connor, the Chenango United Way’s 4th Annual Day of Caring event, held Sept. 25, was a “tremendo... read more...


Waters rise to near flood level during storm

CHENANGO COUNTY – Prolonged rainfall throughout the day and evening on Thursday contributed to some minor flooding and what could have been a major disaster in parts of Chenan... read more...


Renew Norwich website nearing completion

NORWICH – Mayor Joe Maiurano this week announced the near-completion of the Renew Norwich website, part of $5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds ai... read more...



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