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Morrisville 'Peep' competition open to the public

NORWICH – The Morrisville State College Norwich Campus has opened its second annual Peeps Diorama Competition to the local community in an effort to aid earthquake-ravaged Hai... read more...


St. Baldrick’s returns this weekend

NORWICH – Local residents may notice an increase in shaved heads throughout the city, as the St. Baldrick’s Foundation returns this weekend for the sixth straight year, raisin... read more...


Norwich needs support for after-prom party

NORWICH – The Norwich High School Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Chapter, in association with this year’s after prom committee, are seeking donations for its ni... read more...


Legislation providing relief for seniors backed by Schumer

ALBANY – Despite its being recently rejected by the Senate, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer continued to back legislation that would benefit senior citizens, who saw no cost o... read more...


PC, network support company offers new services

NEW BERLIN – PC and network support company NetTech has announced its launch of a new computer repair service, available to home and business PC users. Remote PC Repair and S... read more...


Otselic Valley school board, residents discuss difficult choices ahead

GEORGETOWN – The Otselic Valley Board of Education discussed potential changes to its 2010-2011budget Wednesday, including staff reductions, consolidation of the Elementary Sc... read more...


NHS grad earns elite position with Coast Guard

NORWICH – According to local high school graduate Chris Marchant, standing on the steps of the White House and meeting President Barack Obama, and former President George H.W.... read more...


YMCA hosts first chili cook-off

YMCA Youth and Family Director Bonnie Tiffany presents Mary Nezat with the first prize trophy, in the family category, for its first ever Chili Cook-Off. The event raised over... read more...


Following 30-day evaluation, still no information on P&C closing

NORWICH – Tops Markets has yet to release its decision on which stores it will close or sell, and which will remain open for business, including the local P&C, following a 30-... read more...


Renovations begin at East Main Street location

NORWICH – Renovations have begun on a dilapidated downtown property, made possible through a third round of Restore New York grant money. The 24 East Main St. location, long ... read more...


Senator urges New York taxpayers to take advantage of tax credits

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Approximately 210,000 Southern Tier residents are eligible for the Making Work Pay Tax Credit, as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestments Act (ARRA)... read more...


Girl Scouts join Norwich Campus SGO to support troops

NORWICH – Girl Scout Troop 547 has partnered with the Morrisville State College Norwich Campus Student Government Organization (SGO), continuing to show thanks to American sol... read more...


Last chance to register for Chili Cook-Off

NORWICH – Interested parties have until Friday to register for the YMCA’s Chili Cook-Off, the proceeds of which will go to UNICEF, in an effort to provide aid for the children... read more...


Elk’s Lodge closes, working to regain charter

NORWICH – With the loss of its charter awaiting an appeal, local Elk’s Lodge #1222 closed and locked its doors on Sunday, as ordered by Grand Exalted Ruler James Nichelson and... read more...


Norwich’s first rock-n-roll band to perform reunion show

NORWICH – The four original members of The Monarchs, the city’s first rock-n-roll ensemble, will perform a pair of shows Feb. 26 and 27, the third annual reunion performance t... read more...



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