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New program aims to decrease pregnant smokers

NORWICH – In its ongoing effort to reduce the number of women who smoke during pregnancy, the Chenango County Department of Public Health is teaming up with the Baby and Me To... read more...


Aerial imagery may help first responders

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff's Office is looking at a $74,000 federal grant that will allow it access to detailed aerial pictures of the county which emergency offici... read more...


Schumer touts tax credit for short-line operators

COOPERSTOWN – United States Senator Charles Schumer is pushing for a short-line rail tax credit that will make it easier for New York based railroad companies to grow and main... read more...


Farmers market under new management

NORWICH – Major changes to the summertime farmers market in East Park in Norwich are underway that will likely embellish and diversify the market, thereby increasing the numbe... read more...


Rollback manufacturing

Every night for the last week and half, I've gone home, made dinner, drawn the curtains, changed into warm socks and grabbed the TV clicker to watch whatever Olympic highlight... read more...


Bill could mean more money for local bridge repair

CHENANGO COUNTY – A new piece of state legislation is on the table that could protect funding intended for bridge repair in communities across the state, including Chenango Co... read more...


Family Planning finds a new home

NORWICH – With a new name and a new home in downtown Norwich, Family Planning of South Central New York was ushered into the community with a ribbon cutting ceremony held on F... read more...


Fire destroys seasonal home

BAINBRIDGE – First responders were called to a unoccupied seasonal residence at 170 Loomis Road in Bainbridge early Tuesday morning to find a working structure that resulted i... read more...


Patriot Guard Riders salute local authorities

NORWICH – The local chapter of the Patriot Guard Riders, a nonprofit organization committed to honoring the country's bravest, paid respect to local leaders in public safety d... read more...


NCSD music department presents data to school board

NORWICH – Challenged with a decrease in student participation and fewer resources, music teachers in the Norwich City School District presented enrollment data for the distric... read more...


Pilot keeps filter project on track

NORWICH – The City of Norwich is in the early stages of a pilot study that will help local officials determine how to best operate the $5 million water filtration facility sla... read more...


A safe place to call home

It's no secret the City of Norwich isn't what it use to be. Many of the successful industries that once found a home in a once thriving community have uprooted, taking a lot o... read more...


State Police turn to Facebook for help

NORWICH – The New York State Police are banking more on social media for the public’s help in capturing wanted individuals. Starting this month, the New York State Police wil... read more...


Earlville library goes fine free

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Library has gone fine free. Beginning this month, the Earlville Free Library will allow patrons to borrow material owned by the library for as long ... read more...


Perry Browne students lend a helping hand

NORWICH – Along with the expected skills of reading, writing and arithmetic learned in the classroom, select students at Perry Browne Intermediate School have also spent the y... read more...



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