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Oxford board weighs options in moratorium review

OXFORD – The Oxford Village Board of Trustees is now considering three separate options in dealing with the issue of shale gas drilling within the boundaries of the village; a... read more...


Two especially charming volunteers tempt passersby into charity

NORWICH – Recently, the iconic image of Salvation Army volunteers ringing bells next to red collection kettles, smiling and greeting passersby while encouraging them to make a... read more...


Greene spreads holiday cheer this weekend

GREENE – A monumental display of Christmas spirit will storm out of the gates Saturday, beginning at 7:30 a.m. from the Berean Bible Church when a multitude of volunteer Santa... read more...


Punching the Clock: Toy Soldier

For this week’s edition of Punching the Clock, I caught the scent of good will and tracked it like a bloodhound to the Toys for Tots’ headquarters on 90 North Broad St. in Nor... read more...


Liberty Partnership, OET team to provide job skills

NORWICH – From the late 1980s to the present, Liberty Partnership programs across the state have worked with local high schools, endeavoring to keep at-risk students from drop... read more...


Saturday auction benefits proposed Sherburne museum

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Historic Park Society (SHPS) is hosting its Holiday Extravaganza Quarter Auction Paddle Party Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Sherburne Americ... read more...


Spend ‘Christmas with the Wolves’ this weekend

SMYRNA – Wolf Mountain will host “Christmas with the Wolves,” a spectacle which promises to entertain onlookers of all age groups, from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. The annual event... read more...


Oxford FFA receives national grant

OXFORD – Over the past three years, the Oxford Academy and Central School’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter, has seen a resurgence in participation. Under the stewards... read more...


Oxford the setting for new Civil War novel

OXFORD – Despite Chenango County’s lush forests and picturesque landscape, it’s rarely utilized by authors as settings for their stories. On Nov. 2 though, a novel was publish... read more...


Adult day care center opens in Sherburne

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Adult Day Health Care Center opened its doors to its first clients Monday morning. The center is intended to help keep people out of nursing homes fo... read more...


Oxford woman’s feline makes national calendar

OXFORD – Next year, two Oxford residents’ work will be seen on calendars across the nation. Multitudes of pet owners from around the world submit pictures of their furry compa... read more...


Greene Rotary spearheads Christmas Basket Project

GREENE – The Christmas Basket Project, organized by the Greene Rotary Club, is set to deliver boxes of food, clothing and in some cases toys, to families in need on Dec. 22. O... read more...


Garden Club members decorate Oxford Memorial Library for the holidays

OXFORD – Tuesday afternoon marked the advent of a tradition dating back to the early 2000s. The Oxford Memorial Library stood poised as members of the Garden Club fussed about... read more...


Toys for Tots Train chugs into Bainbridge this weekend

BAINBRIDGE – The Toys for Tots Christmas Train will be chugging to a stop at the Walnut Street Crossing, 12:05 p.m. Saturday in Bainbridge. Train organizers from the Marine Co... read more...


Oxford stages ‘The Last Doll’ this weekend

OXFORD – “The Last Doll: A Children’s Christmas Musical” hits the Oxford High School stage Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Co-authored by the late Fred Dankert and Diane Thorne,... read more...



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