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Cuomo’s inmate education plan met with skepticism

NORWICH – On Sunday, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the initiation of a statewide incentive that if enacted would offer college degrees to inmates remanded wit... read more...


No injuries reported in multi-car MVA

NORWICH – While all linked, reports of a multiple motor vehicle accidents within the city yesterday resulted in no personal injuries to motorists during the evening commute. ... read more...


UHS Senior Living at CMH ranked among top 20 percent in NY

NORWICH – New York State Department of Health has notified UHS Senior Living at Chenango Memorial Hospital that it is in the top quintile of nursing homes in New York State ba... read more...


UV holds public meetings

NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley Central School District met this week at the New Berlin Fire Hall to take a proactive stance and address the long-term maintenance of the dist... read more...


Cornell students visit Raymond

GREENE – Living up to its slogan, The Raymond Corporation continues to strive “above and beyond” as the Toyota-owned North American leader in electric lift trucks joined force... read more...


Board of Regents aims to slow Common Core

CHENANGO COUNTY – Of the many thorns adorning local communities in recent months, the implementation of the Common Core that was rolled out to students and teachers alike last... read more...


Local rocker fuses charity with the center stage

NORWICH – For more than 30 years, Bruce Beadle (Sr.) has been paying his dues on the local stages and entertaining decades of area residents looking for a good time, now he's... read more...


Columbus and New Berlin veto UVAC contracts

NEW BERLIN – On Friday, Feb. 7, the towns of New Berlin and Columbus simultaneously hosted special session town board meetings at 6 p.m. to veto contacts motioned, signed and ... read more...


Colorscape Chenango puts out call for artists

NORWICH – One of Chenango County's crowned-jewels – the Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival – is preparing for what organizers are anticipating will be the biggest and most app... read more...


Civil Air Patrol Cadets travel to Oxford to visit veterans

OXFORD – On Jan. 18, a group of young Civil Air Patrol Cadets (CAP) from the Schenectady Composite Squadron, a local civil air patrol unit based at Stratton Air National Guard... read more...


UHS relocates home care and therapies practices to Eaton Center

NORWICH – The recent relocation of some of United Health Services’ outpatient services to The Eaton Center was made in an effort to provide enhanced customer service by positi... read more...


Arson suspect in custody following investigation

NORWICH – A man believed to be responsible for a fire that destroyed a portion of a local business on the morning after Thanksgiving was arrested in the City of Elmira, accord... read more...


Fish on!

NORWICH – It's official – the good news is in for winter anglers as the Oxford Lions Club checks the ice on Chenango Lake. This season’s brutally cold weather has kept the ice... read more...


Grange to host Cabin Fever Fun Day

GILBERTSVILLE – The Butternut Valley Grange Post #1533 will be hosting it’s annual Cabin Fever Fun Day on Saturday, February 8, at the Grange Hall on Bloom Street, Gilbertsvil... read more...


Binghamton singer-songwriter brings life lessons to S-E

SHEREBURNE – An audience of approximately 400 parents and students welcomed motivational speaker and original musician Jared Campbell to the Sherburne–Earlville High School au... read more...



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