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Health department claims win against stricter day camp laws

CHENANGO COUNTY – Nearly two months after the county health department led a stance against stricter statewide regulations for children’s camps, department officials are count... read more...


Tax credit proposal spurs hope for biogas

CHENANGO COUNTY – Efforts to promote an unlikely source of renewable energy are getting a boost in the form of a federal tax credit proposal for construction of biogas facilit... read more...


Manufacturing jobs hit new high in Chenango

CHENANGO COUNTY – The New York State Department of Labor released its monthly report last week and with it, some good news for the Chenango County job front. According to the... read more...


Grant provides new ambulance for Coventry

COVENTRY – The Coventry Emergency Squad, an all volunteer organization committed to helping others, is getting help of its own through a federal grant that was announced this ... read more...


New emergency management program meets safety and technology

NORWICH – Intense storms that recently moved through the area have only incentivized the Chenango County Office of Emergency Management to upgrade its emergency notification s... read more...


Waterway guide touts Chenango river recreation

CHENANGO COUNTY – Chenango County is home to more than 121 miles of river that’s nearly perfect for recreational use. But it’s being vastly underutilized, according to some co... read more...


Lobster Fest brings seafood and politics together

NORWICH – Hundreds of state and local legislators and their constituents turned out for a mix of seafood and politics during the Chenango Republican Committee’s annual Lobster... read more...


Hanna: “I’m not in favor of impeachment”

NORWICH – United States Congressman Richard Hanna (R-New York’s 22nd District) said Sunday that he’s leery of threats from Congress Republicans to take legal action against th... read more...


First Transit releases new bus schedule amid hardships

NORWICH – Two months after statewide changes in Medicaid transportation forced the First Transit bus company to alter its routes and subsequently announce layoffs, the company... read more...


The show must go on: New Arts Council Director shares big plans

NORWICH – Less than three weeks in her new position, newly appointed Chenango Arts Council Executive Director Diane Batson-Smith isn’t wasting any time putting her stamp on th... read more...


Volunteer efforts bring park dream to fruition

NORWICH – It was the collaborative effort between patrons, city officials and volunteers that led to a more vibrant park in the heart of downtown Norwich. That was the takeaw... read more...


Chenango Public Defender slated for state grant

NORWICH – The Office of the Chenango County Public Defender will receive an extra bout of financial support to pay its staff. The department revealed to county legislators We... read more...


Ag Tour for Legislators underlines ebb and flow of ag industry

CHENANGO COUNTY – Local and state legislators received a glimpse of the highs and lows of Chenango’s farming industry on Tuesday during the fourth annual Chenango County Agric... read more...


Candidates prepare for November general elections

CHENANGO COUNTY – Given a filing deadline of July 10, state legislators and their political opponents filed petitions late Thursday to appear on the ballot during the general ... read more...


Planning officials weigh in on future of natural gas

CHENANGO COUNTY – With the June ruling from the New York State Court of Appeals to uphold local governments’ authority to control land use, pundits in the natural gas industry... read more...



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