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Federal legislation will require lead certification

NORWICH – Beginning April 22, homeowners, property managers, landlords, realtors and contractors will be required by federal law to be legally trained and certified, in regard... read more...


Dog tag makes its way home

NORWICH – California native Carl Virden had no idea the amount of interest the dog tag he discovered via metal detector in the California desert would generate, nor the many e... read more...


Arcuri secures clean energy funds for Norwich

WASHINGTON, D.C. – United States Congressman Michael A. Arcuri, Wednesday, announced over $5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding to assist 14 upst... read more...


Special committee shares its results

SOUTH OTSELIC – The Otselic Valley Board of Education met with between 50 and 60 parents, faculty and residents Wednesday evening to hear a special committee report on a possi... read more...


Downtown to receive additional renovations?

NORWICH – City officials, at this month’s Common Council meeting, authorized a joint application with the Business Improvement District Management Association (BIDMA) for the... read more...


Dog tags found in Calif. desert belonged to Chenango soldier

NORWICH – Vietnam Veteran Carl Virden, while searching the southern California desert via metal detector with his father and a friend, unearthed a set of dog tags that have pl... read more...


Local hiking club honors one of its leaders

NORWICH – Approximately two dozen members of the Chenango County Bullthistle Hiking Club gathered early Sunday morning for their weekly hike, and to honor one of their leaders... read more...


City crow population performs its annual disappearing act

NORWICH – Early-rising downtown residents may have noticed a surprising silence blanketing the city in the past two days, and the community as a whole has something to look fo... read more...


Purple-tinged memories ...

Of the many fond memories I have of Norwich High School’s Spirit Week, minus the time it took me approximately 15 minutes to make a simple lay-up in front of the entire school... read more...


Local Catholic fraternity seeks new members

NORWICH – Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Jim Reynolds considers the local Catholic fraternity to be one of the city’s best-kept secrets, and hopes that the organization’s ... read more...


Local outdoorsman to be honored

NORWICH – The New York State Outdoorsman Hall of Fame (NYSOHOF) has proudly announced the inclusion of Ed Sidote, known by many in the community as “Mr. Finger Lakes Trail,” i... read more...


Tea Party Patriots protest health care bill

NORWICH – Approximately 40 members of the local Tea Party movement gathered in East Park Tuesday, protesting proposed health care legislation and showing their support for an ... read more...


P&C to stay open

NORWICH – Tops Markets announced today that it will retain the local P&C and all its associates, after nearly two months of store evaluations. Tops Markets acquired the major... read more...


St. Baldrick’s a record-breaking success

NORWICH – More than 200 community members gathered Saturday evening for the sixth annual St. Baldrick’s fundraiser, which collected over $30,000 in donations, a new local reco... read more...


New gas station in downtown Norwich?

NORWICH – In the past decade, Byrne Dairy has expanded and revamped several of its upstate New York convenience stores, constructing larger, more modern, sites and offering cu... read more...



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