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Railroad insists it's not abandoning Chenango line

NORWICH – A legal notice published in last Friday’s paper that informed the public of New York Susquehanna & Western Railway’s pending abandonment of its Chenango Forks to She... read more...


Norwich remembers former Mayor Marjorie Chomyszak

NORWICH – She will be remembered as an advocate for women, for teachers, for children, for the arts and for her community. Former City of Norwich Mayor Marjorie Chomyszak pass... read more...


Homeowners, town officials tackling stream cleanup

NORWICH – Fish have more rights than homeowners do, according to one town supervisor who - like a handful of others - has spent nearly three months working with federal regula... read more...


Supervisors look at Morrisville branch enrollment

NORWICH – The dean of Morrisville State College’s Norwich branch campus proposed a 3 percent cost of living increase in his budget for next year, bringing the amount county ta... read more...


Chamber wants more money for tourism, development

NORWICH – A 15 percent increase for promotional activities next year was not something county lawmakers meeting in committee Tuesday had anticipated. “It’s a big pill to swa... read more...


When committee system works, board meetings are short

NORWICH – The committee system is alive in well within Chenango County. As a result of the sequential, and oftentimes lengthy, meetings of the legislature’s seven standing com... read more...


Several departments request new county hires

CHENANGO COUNTY – Bigger government or less government? County supervisors will play tight rope with that question throughout the fall as department heads present their budget... read more...


Host of activities abound during Colorscape weekend

NORWICH – This weekend’s 12th Annual Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival could be the most chock-a-block full two-day event yet. From poetry, to comedy and drama - let alone gal... read more...


Another setback in NYRI's power line battle?

NORWICH – A small, but nonetheless positive chip in the game for opponents of New York Regional Interconnect’s power line proposal came late Thursday. NYRI is an Albany-base... read more...


Chamber: Functioning railroad crucial to business development

NORWICH – Business development leaders met with an account representative of the New York Susquehanna & Western Railroad Wednesday morning at the Chenango County Chamber of C... read more...


Early childhood detection efforts under fire again

NORWICH – Even though it wasn’t on the agenda, a program that would identify school-aged youths in the county who are in need of mental health services came under fire again w... read more...


Residents worry Canasawacta Creek will flood again

NORWICH – Three times will do it for at least one Canasawacta Creek front resident. If the remnants of Hurricane Ernesto cause flooding in Larry Davey’s basement this weekend,... read more...


Nursing shortage hits Health Dept. hard

NORWICH – Chenango County’s lower than average pay rate for registered nurses coupled with a nationwide shortage is making it difficult for Public Health Department officials ... read more...


Supervisors scrutinize three big budgets

NORWICH – Town supervisors reviewed three of the county’s largest budgets, Mental Hygiene, Social Services and Public Health, during a 3 1/2 hour meeting of the Health and Hum... read more...


Drug store shuffle: Rite Aid to choose which store to close

NORWICH – Eckerd Pharmacy drug stores in Norwich and Greene are among the 356 in New York that will be purchased by Rite Aid Corp., endangering local jobs and most likely clos... read more...



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