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Colorscape weekend set to start with a ‘dash’ of color

An exciting, new kickoff twist to Chenango County's premier performing and visual arts festival is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014, and promises to add a tint of fun for... read more...


7th annual diabetes ride well underway

PHARSALIA – The family members of a local woman who passed away nearly seven years ago are doing their best to keep the spirit and courage of their beloved Heidee Petersen ali... read more...


Strong evening storm causes damage throughout county

CHENANGO COUNTY – According to the Chenango County 911 dispatch records, several calls poured into the 911 call center last evening with reports of wind damage, downed trees a... read more...


15 years later, Francisco murder still unsolved

PHARSALIA – July 7 marks the 15th year since the body of Thomas L. Francisco was discovered by family members in July of 1999. While time marches on with few clues, investigat... read more...


Historical Society dedicates gardens

NORWICH – Out with the old and in with the new set the tone at a ceremony held last week at the Chenango County Historical Society complex on Rexford Street in Norwich. Comm... read more...


Outgoing Arts Council Director honored, the show must go on

NORWICH – It was a bittersweet farewell Wednesday as the Chenango Arts Council bid adieu to longtime CAC Executive Director Victoria Kappel. “You gave my children a community... read more...


Oxford Farmers Market: A hometown gem

OXFORD – For centuries, local farmers and crop producers have brought their goods to market to both connect with their neighbors and sell the fruits of their labor. Staying t... read more...


K-9 search and rescue training weekend a success

WHITNEY POINT – The close relationship between man and dog has been evident for millennia, and earning the title of “man's best friend” took thousands of year of living – and ... read more...


Cuomo, Senate pass marijuana bill

NEW YORK – In a hotly contested eleventh hour compromise, Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders agreed to legalize certain forms of marijuana for patients with a limit... read more...


Summer of music in Norwich: First of two Chenango Summer Jams set for Sunday

NORWICH – Summer is officially back this upcoming weekend according to the calendar, and with it comes the return of Chenango Summer Jams concert series – where regional and n... read more...


CDO Workforce class of 2014 readies for ceremony

NORWICH – The last few weeks in June that are usually reserved for traditional high school and collage graduations will play host to a more alternative, albeit equally importa... read more...


New York passes CPR Bill

NORWICH – Last week, New York high school students came one step closer to having yet more work placed upon their curriculum as legislation was passed ahead of the summer brea... read more...


Black bear visits UV Schools

CORRECTION: TODAY'S PRINT EDITION INDICATES THE BEAR ENTERED THE BUILDING. THIS IS INCORRECT. AT NO TIME DID THE BLACK BEAR ENTER ANY FACILITY ON CAMPUS. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE ... read more...


Health Department warns of ticks

CHENANGO COUNTY – The Chenango County Department of Public Health (CCPHD) in conjunction with the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) continue to investigate and mon... read more...


Oxford students to release CD

OXFORD – Technology and music have gone hand-in-hand since the advent of the first musical instrument, but instituting an educational component to the mix while engaging high ... read more...



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