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UV 'Heroes' tout anti-bullying program at open house tomorrow

NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley Middle school has developed a new anti-bullying campaign focusing on the education of their students as opposed to punishment. Members of the... read more...


Gas drilling top concern for New Berlin council candidate

NEW BERLIN – Following the death of councilman Halys Davis in the Town of New Berlin, two candidates have decided to run for the final two years of her term: Kim Felter Canare... read more...


Libous hears gas drilling, flood damage concerns at town hall meeting

NEW BERLIN – New York State Senator Thomas Libous, R-52nd District, opened the floor to any state issue during a visit with New Berlin area residents Thursday night at the fir... read more...


Morrisville students host Halloween bash fundraiser tonight

NORWICH – Prof. Cynthia Riedi’s Psych 101 class will be hosting a Halloween bash on Friday as a fundraiser for St. Bart’s soup kitchen in Norwich. The event will begin at 4:30... read more...


A real page-turner

Today I would like to say a little something about a few friends that are very near and dear to me. They have gotten me through some of the worst times in my life and have bee... read more...


FEMA brings mobile recovery center to Oxford

OXFORD – A mobile Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery unit will be stationed on Rt. 12 in downtown Oxford through Thursday. According to Public Information... read more...


Greene theater takes ‘Anne Frank’ production on the road

GREENE – The Chenango River Theatre is currently performing the second of their American Classics Series, The Diary of Anne Frank, to provide an educational performance for lo... read more...


Team Chenango 5K a success

OXFORD – Saturday’s suicide prevention and awareness 5K run and walk resulted in an unexpected outpouring of support, said Danielle Marshman Williamson, event coordinator. “W... read more...


Spirit of the season

I don’t know about anyone else, but I could not be more excited about the fact that it’s autumn. I absolutely love this time of year; the scent of falling leaves, the colors o... read more...


Village board hears ambulance district proposal

NEW BERLIN – In the continuing debate over the formation of an ambulance tax district, the Village of New Berlin board discusssed options at Tuesday’s monthly meeting. Both T... read more...


Century-old murder tale sparks new interest in McDonough

McDONOUGH – Murder and mystery abound in McDonough as twin sisters Bonnie Sherman and Betty Murray share the tale of their paternal grandfather and the controversy he sparked ... read more...


Towns consider forming ambulance district

COLUMBUS – The debate over the creation of an ambulance district in Columbus and New Berlin became heated during a public hearing in Columbus last week. Wednesday night’s mee... read more...


A matter of perspective

As I am sure everyone knows by now, the world has been shook by a tragic loss. The man was brilliant, dedicated and his work will most likely affect many generations to come. ... read more...


Coventry hosts Civil War commemorative event this weekend

COVENTRY – The Coventry Town Museum will hold its 7th annual Civil War Commemorative event beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday at the Congregational Church. “The event is alwa... read more...


Creek’s flooding potential worries Oxford residents

OXFORD – Residents of Oxford have approached the village board about flood damage to property around Clark Creek. According to James Gross, 10-year resident of Oxford, the fl... read more...



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