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Phoenix Project Dance to host tenth year celebration in Norwich

NORWICH – “And just like that, ten years went by in a blink of an eye,” said Mikey Perkins, choreographer and instructor at the Perkins School of the Arts in Norwich as he rec... read more...


Rock in the Park entices local country fans

BAINBRIDGE – Thus far, there has been no shortage of great live music locally for the summer of 2014, and midway through, there's more in store for music lovers of all genres... read more...


Chenango Summer Jam part two: Pimps of Joytime get funky

NORWICH – What do you get when you take six Brooklynites influenced by everything from P-funk, Hip-Hop, and Soul and put them on a stage with lights and mics? A satisfying ens... read more...


Jammin’ 4 Jesse: a benefit for the miracle boy

EDMESTON – On Saturday, August 9, a benefit for one special little boy has been planned to assist him and his family overcome a hurdle that many of us take for granted everyda... read more...


The Perkins School of the Arts brings more regional, national accolades home

NORWICH – It's been a busy summer for students at The Perkins School of the Arts in Norwich, where dancers with a commendable sense of perseverance and dedication are putting ... read more...


Oxford Civic Theatre holding auditions for musical

OXFORD - The Oxford Civic Theatre will be holding tryouts for the musical “The Ransom of Red Chief,” based on the short story by O. Henry, adapted by Pam Nagle and George Win... read more...


Roads, Rivers, and Rails book release at Afton Free Library

AFTON – The Afton Free Library and the Afton Historical Society are pleased to present author John Taibi, in a special program introducing his Volume 2 of Roads, Rivers, and R... read more...


First responders plan benefit concert for storm victims

MORRISVILLE – When tragedy strikes, volunteers who have dedicated their lives to public service are the first to take charge in offering assistance to the misfortunes of their... read more...


Oxford FFA receives grant, feeds the hungry

OXFORD – The Oxford Future Farmers of America chapter has been awarded a sizable grant worth $8,500 as part of the Rural Youth Development program. The nationwide program p... read more...


C.J. Chenier brings a bit of bayou to East Park stage

NORWICH – A fervor of eclectic zydeco is booked for the second installment of the NBT Bank-sponsored Summer Concert Series, bringing Louisiana native C.J. Chenier and the Red-... read more...


Greene residents, board hear consolidation presentation

GREENE – A guest presented an informal informational presentation to the Village of Greene Board of Trustees and community members last evening, to shed some light on the plau... read more...


County employees say “no thanks” to contract

NORWICH – On Thursday, July 10, Chenango County employees went to the polls to vote on a purposed CSEA labor contract suggested by county administrators. According the CSEA... read more...


Greene fishing clinic fosters stewardship

GREENE – No beautiful weekend should be taken for granted in Upstate New York, especially when a day of outdoors education and fishing are on the line. Last weekend at Cook... read more...


Fox found shot at Oxford business

OXFORD – Community members and business owners in the Village of Oxford are voicing their concern about the killing of a red fox by firearm within the village limits, and some... read more...


Tuesday’s severe weather leaves four dead in Madison County

MADISON COUNTY – As another bout of severe storms bellowed across central New York Tuesday evening, more than 70,000 upstate NYSEG customers were left in the dark, while a num... read more...



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