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S-E rallies to defend public education

SHERBURNE – Educators stood arm in arm with students and parents inside the lobby of the Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School in a cry defending public education on Thursday.... read more...


Chenango County Republicans plot changes for summer seafood gala

NORWICH – While the Chenango County Republican Committee is still months away from its annual Lobster Fest gala, members are already at the drawing board planning the event wi... read more...


Afton residents to vote on new Town Hall

AFTON – The Town of Afton is asking residents to weigh in on a proposal to purchase a building that would become the new site of all town functions. Voters will decide whethe... read more...


Farm Bureau: Minimum wage hike will hurt farmers

CHENANGO COUNTY – As talks of another bump in minimum wage swirls among state legislators, the farming community is speaking out, arguing that another minimum wage increase wo... read more...


Unexpected snags hold up railroad repairs

NORWICH – Almost two years after the Chenango County Industrial Development Agency was awarded $4.7 million in federal grants for the restoration of the defunct Utica Main Lin... read more...


Sherburne Q&A addresses proposed meat processing plant

SHERBURNE – Tensions ran during a town hall-style meeting on Thursday as residents and planning officials discussed a meat processing plant that’s planned to be built in the T... read more...


County Bureau of Fire looks toward upgrades at Norwich training facility

NORWICH – The Chenango County Bureau of Fire has entered phase one of an environmental study that may lead to improvements to the county’s fire training center in Norwich. Th... read more...


Senate’s ‘Brighter Future’ plan counters executive budget

ALBANY – With budget negotiations underway in the state capital, legislators in the Senate are gaining traction for a proposal that would, among other things, restore school f... read more...


Ward six alderman announces mayoral run

NORWICH – Republican Sixth Ward Alderman Thomas LoPiccolo made it official this week that he is throwing his hat in the ring for city mayor, making him the first contender for... read more...


City shows some Irish swagger

NORWICH – The City of Norwich is in the St. Patty’s Day spirit. City Mayor Joseph Maiurano signed a proclamation Tuesday morning extending “warm regards to the Irish of the C... read more...


Chenango Housing Council continues pursuit of a shelter in Norwich

NORWICH – Having seen an increasing number of families in need of rental assistance and temporary housing county-wide, the Chenango Housing Council is making strides toward a ... read more...


$1.3 million allocated to Chenango Head Start

NORWICH – The Chenango County Head Start and Early Head Start Program, administered through Opportunities for Chenango, is slated for $1.3 million in federal grants to continu... read more...


‘Anything Goes’ hits the stage at Oxford High School

OXFORD – The stage is the place where love goes awry this weekend as the Oxford Drama Club draws the curtains for its rendition of “Anything Goes.” Showtime is at 7 p.m. Frid... read more...


Ag Day proclaimed in Chenango County

CHENANGO COUNTY – With recent findings that the New York agriculture industry contributed a whopping $37.6 billion to the state’s economy in 2012, the emphasis on agriculture ... read more...


County Board accepts grant for Public Defender’s Office

NORWICH – A resolution to accept grant funds to grow the size of the Chenango County Public Defender’s Office was accepted by the county Board of Supervisors on Monday, but no... read more...



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