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City Youth Bureau sponsors activities over winter break

NORWICH – It's hard to believe the Christmas holiday is already one week away and – as every parent knows – with holiday vacation comes a bit of down time for school-aged chi... read more...


Wintery blast closes area schools, drivers cautioned

NORWICH – Unseasonably cold weather sent a chill down Chenango County's spine last night and the rest of the day isn't looking much better. City residents woke this morning ... read more...


Raymond Corp. sees marked employment expansion

GREENE – Chenango County has long prided itself on being home to a host of industries with a global reach. Since 1922, The Raymond Corporation has continued to grow from the ... read more...


Tractor trailer rollover closes Route 8

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – Dozens of fire and rescue crew members worked in the dark late Thursday night as remnants of yet another tractor trailer lay waste along the eastern side of... read more...


The Butcher Block offers opportunity to shop local

GREENE – In recent years many main street landscapes have seen a marked increased in the number of local shops and restaurants eager to please the individual consumers in addi... read more...


Norwich Rotary assists communities, seeks members

NORWICH – Clubs and organizations have had a long history in Chenango County, and the outreach they provide often falls by the wayside or is simply forgotten. The Norwich Rota... read more...


Chenango Bird Club readies for Christmas Count

SHERBURNE – For nearly thirty years, the Chenango Bird Club has gathered every month to discuss the state of our winged friends and to do their part in conserving and restori... read more...


New Berlin community unites for Spirit of Christmas

NEW BERLIN – The annual Spirt of Christmas Celebration in the Village of New Berlin aims to fill the hearts and sprits of area children again this year, despite the decline in... read more...


Morrisville College brings Farmers’ Market out of the cold

NORWICH – The return of wintry weather has always brought with it a host of logistical problems when it comes to holding outdoor events, but this year customers and vendors al... read more...


Norwich music venue to shake things up in 2014

NORWICH – The Norwich music scene, like anything else, is an ever changing landscape and one of downtown's most notable music locales is changing with the times, too. Big chan... read more...


Unadilla Valley Food Pantry fights hunger

NEW BERLIN – According to a study published by the United States Department of Agriculture, food insecurity in the United States has reached epidemic levels. In 2012 14.5 per... read more...


Oxford Memorial Library offers winter activities

OXFORD – As cold winter weather only looks to continue in Chenango County, finding activities to keep everyone entertained indoors can be a daunting and elusive task. The O... read more...


Earlville resident cries fowl

EARLVILLE – In 2007, the Village of Earlville updated a local law that prohibited non-domestic animals within the village. One man, Michael Kicinski, has spent the six years ... read more...


BOOKS program awards $7,200 to libraries

Morrisville State College and Senator Tom Libous BOOKS program recently awarded $7,200. in grant finding to 24 local libraries in Broome, Tioga, Chenango and Delaware counties... read more...


Online petition calls for venue change, release in Ramsaran case

NORWICH – Recently, an online petition has circulated on the popular national website change.org that calls for a change of venue and release of Town of New Berlin resident Ga... read more...



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