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Bainbridge unveils headliner for ‘Rock in the Park’

BAINBRIDGE – Although still months away, Rock in the Park organizers are enthusiastically preparing for this year’s concert to benefit Chenango County’s Toys for Tots and are ... read more...


S-E considers options for replacing buses, laptops

SHERBURNE – Already considering next year’s budget, the Sherburne-Earlville Board of Education is mulling over a few options for the future, such as the replacement the school... read more...


Two veteran’s names get added to The Giving Tree

OXFORD – Two representatives from the Sons of the American Legion (SAL) presented the NYS Veterans’ Home in Oxford with a $1,350 check Thursday for engraving two deceased vete... read more...


Fourth annual winter fest hits Bainbridge Saturday

BAINBRIDGE – After being rescheduled due to frigid temperatures, the fourth annual Bainbridge Winter Fest and Sleigh Rally will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at General Cl... read more...


Community comes together to help vet’s best friend

NORWICH – Thanks to the concerted efforts of Pet Street Station Animal Hospital and the Patriot Guard Riders (PGR), the life of a treasured friend was saved last December. A... read more...


Punching the Clock: History Lesson

For this week’s edition of Punching the Clock, I headed over to the Chenango County Historian’s Office. Although I am by no means a doctoral candidate, I did study history as ... read more...


Sherwood getting a new lease on life in Greene

GREENE – Four months into the renovations of the Sherwood Hotel and the interior already exudes an unmistakable air of freshness as a result of Don and DJ Dunlap’s efforts to ... read more...


Third ‘Pub Goes Red’ fundraiser in Greene Saturday

GREENE ­– Hosted by Team Wayne & Irene, the third annual Pub Goes Red takes place from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday at Nathanael Greene’s Publick House. The event is an informative f... read more...


S-E students show their generosity in food drive

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s first graders challenged their peers to collect 600 non-perishable food items by the 100th day of this school year. With roughly 500 elementa... read more...


Anti-drillers plan dual protest in Oxford, Norwich Saturday

NORWICH – Activists opposed to the practice of hydraulic fracturing will be lining up along portions of the Route 12 corridor to make their presence felt from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m... read more...


Valentine’s Day: The heat (of love) is on

NORWICH – With the annual celebration of love only a day away, affectionate philanthropists and vendors trafficking tokens of endearment are gearing up to douse significant ot... read more...


Guilford’s Winter Social postponed

GUILFORD – Due to the winter storm forecasted to bear down on Central New York within the next 48 hours, the Guilford Historical Society has postponed its winter social origin... read more...


Religious relic goes missing from local church

NORWICH – A 145-year-old religious relic has gone missing. At some point in the past year, a pair of ancient pewter chalices were removed from their display case in the Broa... read more...


Village of Oxford passes zoning amendment which nixes hydrofracking

OXFORD – The Village of Oxford is now the only municipality in Chenango County to pass a regulation prohibiting hydrofracking. An amendment to the village’s zoning ordinance p... read more...


Snowblast a successful fundraiser for breast cancer

McDONOUGH – Snowblast organizers are confidently calling last weekend’s event a success. Eight snowmobile clubs from the area banded together to host the fundraiser for brea... read more...



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