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Summer feet

Life is like summer feet. Just when you think you’ve weathered the prickly paths of adolescence, passed your exams, established your career, and worked through marriage and nu... read more...


"Sagging"

Dudes don’t have to do much to get a gal’s attention. A shower and a bright smile go a ridiculously long way, and saying hello or opening the door for a woman can be a promisi... read more...


Michelle Obama

America’s first ladies get a bad rap. No matter what they do - whether beautifying the White House, deciding what to wear, or where to travel - criticisms have flown. It wasn... read more...


Facebook

In 2004, a much younger fellow reporter showed me her Facebook profile photo and told me about the new interactive website that her college friends were using. The photo was j... read more...


Cool adult

I just want to be a cool adult to my kids because this mothering thing is killing me. Though I don’t mind that love for them pours spontaneously from deep in my soul every mor... read more...


Body shop

You know you’ve aged when your first job at an auto dealership was in the service department and 10 years later you find yourself back in the body shop. The symbolism is frank... read more...


Until we meet again ...

Nothing productive is happening when a daily newspaper reporter’s phone stops ringing. It means that you aren’t wanted for anything, which should hurt because that in turn mea... read more...


Hanna, Gillibrand still pushing to serve Greek yogurt in school lunches

WASHINGTON, DC – In a joint letter to the USDA, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna are pressing Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to reclassify Greek yo... read more...


Bernstein’s poetry published Georgia journal

NORWICH – A poem written by Norwich High School English and poetry teacher Richard Bernstein appears in the winter 2012 edition of the Georgia Review. ‘No Sermons in Stone’ m... read more...


Rt. 12 roadway work suspended for winter

GREENE – The New York State Department of Transportation suspended state Route 12 construction operations in Greene for the winter, except for some shoulder and guide rail wor... read more...


Health Dept. confirms over 200 cases; offering shots for free

NORWICH – Chenango County has 220 laboratory confirmed influenza cases for 2012-2013, up from 30 cases in 2011-2012, according to the public health department. For this curre... read more...


Supervisors go into executive session to discuss public health nurses’ union contract

NORWICH – What was supposed to be a short executive session to discuss a labor contract turned into a discussion that ensued for about a half an hour on Monday at the end of t... read more...


County loses in 2012 sale of delinquent properties

NORWICH – Chenango County lost money last year after its annual sale of tax-delinquent properties. The amount of back taxes owed on 51 parcels, which had been in arrears sinc... read more...


Landowners coalition against more comments on shale drilling regs

BINGHAMTON – The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York took offense to a press conference held Monday that demanded another extension on the comment period for the revised re... read more...


Public transit budgets difficult to predict

NORWICH – Chenango County lawmakers authorized an additional $70,000 in state reimbursements to First Transit for transportation services at the end of last year in orde... read more...



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