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SPCA to host third ‘Dog Walk’ fundraiser this weekend

NORWICH – Did someone say “walk?” The Chenango SPCA hosts its third annual Dog Walk and Alumni Parade fundraiser Sunday at Weiler Park from noon to 3 p.m. Proceeds will be use... read more...


Bainbridge Rotary hosts charity bike ride

BAINBRIDGE – The Bainbridge Rotary Club will host its fifth annual River Ride this Saturday. Bicyclists from far and wide are invited to take part in the series of bike rides ... read more...


New business takes hold in Bainbridge industrial park

BAINBRIDGE – As the Cooperstown Medical Transport building at Bainbridge’s business park nears completion, more safety and new jobs are soon to follow. The building is nearly... read more...


Despite Saturday’s downpour, the show goes on at 18th annual Colorscape

NORWICH – Despite Mother Nature’s attempt to confound festival goers with Saturday’s midday downpour, patrons and vendors alike left the 18th annual Colorscape Chenango happy.... read more...


Oxford soup kitchen reopens Monday

OXFORD – The Taste N’ See Soup Kitchen is reopening its doors Monday. The soup kitchen first opened November 1998 as part of the Make a Difference Project, said organizer Char... read more...


Colorscape Chenango returns to Norwich for 18th year

NORWICH – Hundreds of ebullient art patrons and music lovers are poised to descend upon Norwich this weekend for the 18th annual Colorscape Chenango festival. With more exhibi... read more...


Bainbridge hosts ‘Party of Two’

BAINBRIDGE – On Saturday, the Bainbridge Town Hall theater hosts a performance by a brand new musical ensemble, Party of Two. The Oneonta-based group has been performing musi... read more...


Oxford awaits completion of downtown bridge

OXFORD – As always, the start of the new school year heralds an escalation in traffic, but this year residents and travelers through the Village of Oxford might need a refresh... read more...


New administrators join Sherburne-Earlville team

SHERBURNE – Beginning this school year at Sherburne-Earlville, students are going to notice a few new faces filling important administrative roles. Kyle McFarland, Maizy Jakli... read more...


Greene’s Labor Day picnic recovers from last year’s washout

GREENE – One of the oldest festivals in the county will be returning this year: the Greene Labor Day picnic celebrates its 93rd anniversary Monday. Last year, the picnic was ... read more...


S-E prepares to implement new teacher evaluation procedure

SHERBURNE – As Sherburne-Earlville students are preparing to return to school, teachers are gearing up for classroom changes to meet new educational standards. Last year, Alba... read more...


Oxford’s new superintendent ready for school to start

OXFORD ­– Oxford Academy Central School District welcomes a new superintendent as students get ready to go back to school next week. David S. Richards, Ph.D., reported to work... read more...


Pet Street debuts new dog agility course this weekend

NORWICH – Do you have a dog with boundless energy, the kind a simple walk around town won’t satisfy? Pet Street Station Animal Hospital may have just what you need – a new out... read more...


2nd Annual 6OTS Golf Outing this weekend

OXFORD ­­­­– The second annual ‘6 On The Square’ Golf Outing will be held Sunday at the Blue Stone Golf Course in Oxford. The tournament is a charity event, with all of the pr... read more...


Fiddler association bands together to save beloved dance hall

McDONOUGH – The Del-Se-Nango Olde-Tyme Fiddlers Association’s dance hall has been a place for community members to come together every weekend for many years. This past year, ... read more...



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