Author Archive

Oxford Library welcomes back award-winning author

OXFORD – Suzanne Bloom, local author and illustrator, will once again provide a morning of learning, fun and crafts during her “Wishing Star” program at 10 a.m. on April 14. ... read more...


NYCM in Sherburne receives recognition from “Adopt a Soldier” program

SHERBURNE – U.S. Army Specialist Collin Miller presented New York Central Mutual in Sherburne with an American flag Wednesday for their continued participation in the “Adopt a... read more...


Spring cleaning

How incredible was last week’s weather? Even if it snows today, last week was worth it and we’re still almost into April. Speaking of spring, I’ve begun to take part in that ... read more...


UV student suspended after threat to harm himself

NEW BERLIN – A 17-year-old student was detained Monday at Unadilla Valley Central School following a report that he’d threatened harm to himself while on school property... read more...


United Church of Oxford plans Palm Sunday concert

OXFORD – The United Church of Oxford will present a Palm Sunday concert at 3 p.m. on April 1 at the Main Street Sanctuary. The concert will include a choir, brass quintet, w... read more...


Oxford Memorial Library: Here be dragons

OXFORD – The Oxford Memorial Library is bringing back some old favorites and adding a few surprises for its “Dragon Tales” story time. The fascination with dragons, as well a... read more...


Oxford appoints new superintendent

OXFORD – The Oxford Board of Education has appointed Dr. David Richards to the position of Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Richards will begin on July 1. “The whole board is l... read more...


Sometimes you just need to get away, ya know?

And that’s exactly how I’d been feeling for the last month or so. It had nothing to do with my personal happiness; I wasn’t depressed. I love the area and the people in it – ... read more...


UV inducts new Honor Society members

NEW BERLIN – “If you’re committed, you will have an impact on your community, school and fellow students,” said Mayor Terry Potter to the gathered 2012 Unadilla Valley Honor S... read more...


Clothes, cars and cocktails abound at Fashion Night Out

NORWICH – Phoenix Project Dance Theatre will hold its third annual Fashion Night Out at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Benedict Corporation in Norwich. Cocktails will be served until... read more...


C-CARE to hold solar energy forums

NORWICH – The Chenango Community Action for Renewable Energy group, C-CARE, will hold the first of three forums about the benefits of switching homes and businesses to solar e... read more...


Eating your way through the alphabet at UV

NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley Central School District held its annual “Alphabet Night” at the school on Tuesday. The event included booths throughout the hallways co... read more...


Columbus, town and village of New Berlin continue to hammer out ambulance issues

NEW BERLIN – The ambulance debate rages on as the three participating entities – Town of Columbus, Town of New Berlin and Village of New Berlin – discussed options durin... read more...


Saturday dinner benefits ‘All Animals Matter’

NORWICH – With beautiful weather abounding, All Animals Matter is preparing to hold its second annual “Spay-ghetti” dinner and silent auction from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday at the ... read more...


Oxford alum offers SAT prep course

OXFORD – Thanks to a generous donation by Christopher and Jennifer Hansen to the Oxford Academy Central School district, 10 students have the chance to participate in a series... read more...



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