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Residents frustrated that no one claims full responsibility for Earlville street

EARLVILLE – Large puddles of standing water that are often splashed up against Scott Ogden’s new cabinet-making shop on West Main Street in the Village of Earlville don’t see... read more...


Democrats see local, state races in September primaries

NORWICH – Democrats and Republicans may head to the polls from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12 to vote in New York’s primary elections that include two local races. Republic... read more...


Supervisors go over Public Works budget

NORWICH – The Chenango County Public Works Committee recently tackled preliminary 2007 budget figures that include $500,000 in equipment purchases and require a $57,000 increa... read more...


Ag development council looks for more input

NORWICH – In order to help spearhead two agribusiness projects in the region, the Chenango County Agricultural Development Council has requested more input from government. A... read more...


County keeps an eye on records management

NORWICH – Crammed into overstuffed vaults, piled in garages with leaking roofs and completely unorganized are just some of the terms officials are using to describe how the co... read more...


Midland Players to stage "Charlie Brown" during Colorscape

NORWICH – The Midland Players, a new theater company, will give its inaugural performance at 2 and 8 p.m. on Sept. 9 and 2 p.m. Sept. 10 in the Martin W. Kappel Theater, 27 W... read more...


Chenango planners look at power line's effects on property values

NORWICH – Chenango County planners hope to assess the recent impact that power line fears have had on land prices and are counting on local realtors to provide some data. The... read more...


Upgrades needed at Chenango airport

NORTH NORWICH – The 11-year-old fuel system at the county’s airport is in need of repairs and upgrades in order to meet new safety standards. Lt. Warren E. Eaton Airport Adm... read more...


Railroad still not running; businesses say effects minimal

NORWICH – Those living near the railroad probably don’t want their quiet secret out, but no trains have passed through the county since flood waters damaged it. Town of Norwi... read more...


Preston painter exhibits works inspired by 9/11

PRESTON – Local painter Stephen Flanagan has dedicated his professional life to digging for treasure. For the last three and a half years, cooling towers, elevator motors and ... read more...


Oxford library project gets underway

OXFORD – Interior construction of a new, young adult reading room at the Oxford Memorial Library has begun and fundraisers hope to go to bid on the second phase of the capital... read more...


County to use Tobacco Settlement Funds to defray defense costs

NORWICH – County officials will most likely turn to Tobacco Settlement Funds in order to afford its share of legal defense costs in the fight against New York Regional Interco... read more...


Social Services preparing to move portions into old jail

NORWICH – Despite the lack of a working furnace and a decomposing facade, the 103-year old county jail on West Park Place in Norwich will be back in business this fall when tw... read more...


Chenango jail starts farming in prisoners

NORWICH – Despite recent predictions that Chenango County wouldn’t be able to farm in prisoners at the new Public Safety Facility until early fall, 33 of them have already arr... read more...


State program comes under scrutiny

NORWICH – A state-funded program that would target mentally ill children and youths for services at the county’s mental hygiene clinic came under intense scrutiny Thursday. T... read more...



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