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Nursing shortage hurts Chenango

NORWICH – A nationwide shortage of nurses has hit the county’s Public Health department hard. Five have left for higher-paying nursing positions elsewhere, and one of the vaca... read more...


What happens to CIT inmates after they're released?

NORWICH – About half of the approximately 100 people admitted to the Valley Ridge Center For Intensive Treatment since it opened in 2002 have been discharged, and most of them... read more...


County considers new hangar for airport

NORWICH – County leaders agreed late last month to apply for a $300,000 state grant to build a commercial airplane hangar at the Lt. Warren E. Eaton Airport in North Norwich. ... read more...


Chairman says voting machine debacle will cost county more money

NORWICH – Residents of Plymouth Street and Willard Court are still waiting for the old dam to be pulled out of Canasawacta Creek. After the weather provided several days with ... read more...


Focus put on home treatment for dialysis dilemma

NORWICH – Two options currently exist for Chenango County’s approximately 45 patients in need of dialysis care: Traveling about an hour three times a week to a renal care cent... read more...


Community college costs rise for Chenango

NORWICH – The bills coming in for students attending out-of-county community colleges this year are significantly higher than previously budgeted, according to Chenango Count... read more...


Two supervisors fail in attempts to trim new positions from county budget

NORWICH – Two minority party supervisors made a handful of unsuccessful attempts Wednesday to amend portions of the 2007 Chenango County budget. At a meeting of the full Boar... read more...


No public at county's public hearing on budget

NORWICH – The Common Council met Tuesday night to discuss the 2007 city budget. Although the budget is not finalized, the city is discussing a possible 6.5 percent increase in... read more...


Officials debate office space for new judge

NORWICH -– Government officials would be more than happy to bite the bullet on $1 million in exterior renovations at the former Chenango County Sheriff’s Office if they knew a... read more...


Public hearing Tuesday on county budget

NORWICH – The public will have the opportunity to weigh in on next year’s proposed $76.4 million budget for Chenango County government at a public hearing set for 8 p.m. Tuesd... read more...


City gets OK to apply for parks grant

NORWICH – Chenango County leaders gave the tentative go ahead to the City of Norwich to apply for a grant that would, if awarded, complete the design phase of an estimated $1 ... read more...


Railroad still key to economic development

NORWICH – Rumors that the New York Susquehanna & Western Railroad will cease operations through the county’s center are false, according a spokesperson for the railroad. “Any... read more...


Economic development groups re-align

NORWICH – A long-awaited restructuring of Chenango County’s economic development endeavors came to fruition Tuesday. Chamber of Commerce Director David Hall told members of t... read more...


Supervisor wants codes refund

NORWICH – In a dispute over re-roofing permit fees, Town of Norwich Supervisor David C. Law threatened Wednesday to hire a code enforcement officer for his town instead of usi... read more...


Supervisors want state agencies accountable for NYRI

NORWICH – Town of Smyrna Supervisor James Bays said he is “disturbed” and “baffled” with the reticence of New York state’s statutory parties to the Public Service Commission w... read more...



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