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Future of downtown grocery still a mystery

NORWICH – The future of the downtown P&C grocery remains uncertain as Tops nears the end of its 30-day evaluation of former Penn Traffic stores. While no decision has been m... read more...


Millie retires, diner changes hands

NORWICH – Millie’s Diner, a long-time city fixture, officially closed its doors yesterday, but will reopen next Tuesday, Februrary 23, under new ownership, according to longti... read more...


American Legion to host fundraiser for wounded soldier

SIDNEY – A fundraiser to assist an injured soldier, and Afton graduate, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Sidney American Legion. Spc. Matthew Cooke, a victim of the No... read more...


Officer sworn in, Eagle Scout recognized

NORWICH – Chief of Police Joseph Angelino swore in a new city police officer, and a Troop 62 Eagle Scout was recognized at Tuesday nights’ Common Council meeting. Officer Ev... read more...


Online degree a life-changing experience for local woman

NORWICH – According to 49-year-old Bainbridge resident Anne McCaleb, earning a college degree was a life-changing experience, one which provided her the opportunity to prove s... read more...


United Way campaign falls just short of goal, but will maintain last year’s funding levels

NORWICH – The Chenango United Way raised $423,032 during its 2009 campaign, 91 percent of its $465,000 goal, Executive Director Elizabeth Monaco announced Thursday. “The dow... read more...


Benefit to be held for family touched by tragedy

NORWICH – A benefit to help a former Norwich resident, whose wife of six years was killed unexpectedly in a Dec. 12 thruway accident, will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. Feb. 21 at ... read more...


Discount furniture store to hold grand opening this weekend

NORWICH – The Save More Discount Furniture Store will host two grand opening celebrations at its pair of new stores Saturday. The downtown establishment, located at 47-49 Sout... read more...


Local churches to gather for Hymn-Sing Sunday

NORWICH – Valentine’s Day will find many local churches gathering for the first ever, nondenominational Hymn-Sing, to be held at 4 p.m. at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church, locat... read more...


YMCA’s chili competition to benefit children of Haiti

NORWICH – The YMCA will host its first Chili Cook-Off, from 1 to 3 p.m. Feb. 27, the proceeds of which will go to Unicef to aid the children of earthquake-ravaged Haiti. An es... read more...


Catholic Charities, Morrisville partner in counseling program

NORWICH – Catholic Charities of Chenango’s Crime Victims Program has partnered with Morrisville State College’s Norwich Campus in an effort to provide crisis and short-term co... read more...


Relay For Life open house tonight

NORWICH – The Relay For Life Kickoff will take place tonight from 5:30 to 7 in the Morrisville State College Norwich Campus community room, and will include an open house and ... read more...


New art gallery space opens at French bakery

NORWICH – A newly remodeled art gallery, located on the second floor above French bakery and pastry shop La Maison Blanche, will feature local sculptors and artists, according... read more...


Amanda’s Law makes carbon monoxide detectors mandatory

NORWICH – On Feb. 22, Amanda’s Law will take effect throughout New York State, requiring the installation of carbon monoxide detectors in new and existing homes statewide. Ac... read more...


Otselic Valley readies to deal with budget constraints

SOUTH OTSELIC – The possibility of severe state aid cuts has forced Otselic Valley officials to consider consolidation of the elementary and junior-senior high schools, person... read more...



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