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Oxford addresses EMS concerns during bridge replacement

OXFORD – The Oxford Village Board addressed concerns regarding the Main Street bridge replacement project at Tuesday night’s meeting. According to Mayor Terry Stark, the brid... read more...


Vets’ Home plans Christmas gift event for residents

OXFORD – The 6th District American Legion will be sponsoring a Christmas gift giveaway Saturday at the New York State Veterans’ Home. Residents of the home will have a chance... read more...


Christmas lights show benefits little girl in Sherburne

SHERBURNE – The fourth annual Lights for Tikes lightshow will raise money this year to benefit little Addy Manwarren, who requires heart surgery after being born with an unfor... read more...


Town of German residence gutted by fire

GERMAN – A number of Chenango County fire departments responded to a structure fire at 270 Bentley-Gramch Road in the Town of German Saturday morning, working for more than th... read more...


The last action hero

Is anyone else sick of these random semi-warm days that keep popping up? Neither am I! I understand the argument that it’s “unnatural” or that it makes it harder to adapt to ... read more...


Greene plans Hometown Holiday Weekend

GREENE – The Greater Greene Chamber if Commerce will hold its annual Hometown Holiday Weekend beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday at Memorial Park. The holiday weekend will begin ... read more...


Greene extends deadline for flood assistance

GREENE – The Floodfest Greene committee and the Greene Rotary Club, which raised over $17,000 to provide assistance to residents in the Greene school district who were affect... read more...


Oxford looks to fill school board vacancy

OXFORD – The Oxford Academy school board is seeking to appoint a qualified person to fill a vacant position. Following the recent resignation of board member Joseph Spence, t... read more...


Greene boy gets to be Mayor for a day

GREENE – Cameron Johnson was chosen to act as Mayor for a Day in the Village of Greene following a successful community Halloween dance and food challenge. Mayor Marcia Mill... read more...


Oxford hosts visit from state American Legion officers

OXFORD – The Chenango County American Legion celebrated its annual Department Commander’s Visitation dinner Thursday to welcome Commander W. Michael Bowen, President Ann Geer,... read more...


Older than the internet

Yesterday I had the opportunity to chat with a 93-year-old man who lost half of his hearing in World War II and has continued to play and teach music, and specifically the tru... read more...


Oxford to observe National Suicide Survivors Day

OXFORD – National Survivors of Suicide Day will happen in 200 cities around the world Saturday, including a meeting at the United Methodist Church of Oxford. The meeting will... read more...


Learning from a pro ...

OXFORD – Every so often, two individuals come together in order to accomplish something amazing. For 93-year-old Joe Renton, that something is passing down the love of music ... read more...


Milford Academy, New Berlin kids enjoy Punt, Pass and Kick

NEW BERLIN – The Punt, Pass and Kick competition sponsored by the Village and Milford Academy drew 32 participants Saturday and surpassed expectations, said Mayor Terry Potter... read more...


Oxford Library announces new Story Time program

OXFORD – The Oxford Memorial Library will begin a new program designed for pre-schoolers and toddlers at 10 a.m. on Nov. 16 in the new library community room. This new “stor... read more...



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