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Diner offers reward to find vandal

NORWICH – Nearly two weeks after Bill's Diner in Norwich endured its second instance of vandalism within a month, the restaurant owner is turning to the help of the community ... read more...


Local reps. speak out against inmate education initiative

CHENANGO COUNTY – New York Senator Tom Libous, R-52nd Senate District, is voicing strong opposition to providing inmates in state-run prisons with a state-funded college educa... read more...


Aerial image issues

“In the far distance, a helicopter skimmed down between the roofs, hovered for an instant like a bluebottle, and darted away again with a curving flight. It was the police pat... read more...


Accident shuts down East River Road

NORWICH – A one-car rollover in the Town of North Norwich forced emergency crews to close East River Road as wintery weather moved into the area Wednesday. According to Norwi... read more...


Ryan Clan to kick-off St. Patty's Day weekend

NORWICH – Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, the Ryan Clan, Chenango County's own Irish folk music ensemble, will step up the mic in several local performances, including one... read more...


County approves aerial imaging

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff's Office was granted permission by the county Board of Supervisors Monday to go through with the purchase of computer software that provi... read more...


Wood stove ignites charges

AFTON – An Afton woman has been charged with two count of endangering the welfare of a child after police discovered a potentially dangerous wood stove in her home. According... read more...


Today marks 100-year milestone for Norwich

NORWICH – Happy anniversary to the City of Norwich. Today, March 12, 2014, marks 100 years since the New York State legislature first recognized the Village of Norwich as a c... read more...


S-E names familiar face superintendent

SHERBURNE – In anticipation of the retirement of Sherburne-Earlville Superintendent Gayle Hellert, the S-E School Board on Monday officially appointed a new superintendent to ... read more...


Fire destroys Guilford home

GUILFORD – Fire crews went to work early Tuesday morning when they received a call for a house fire in the Town of Guilford. The Guilford Fire Department – with mutual aid fr... read more...


New proposal seeks to preserve the farming industry

CHENANGO COUNTY – As the median age of New York farmers continues to climb, state legislators are touting new proposals that address the lack of young people going into the fa... read more...


Bald for a cause

NORWICH – In the ongoing battle against cancer, the St. Baldrick's Foundation is keeping childhood cancer at the forefront. For 10 years, the St. Baldrick's Foundation has he... read more...


S-E sets the stage for “Hello, Dolly”

SHERBURNE – There's an old proverb that warns of the dangers of meddling in the affairs of others. But that never stopped Dolly Levi, much to the delight of theatergoers atten... read more...


Common Council approves $109,000 for emergency vehicles

NORWICH – Citing deteriorating conditions of service vehicles at the Norwich Fire Department and mounting pressure to maintain emergency services for city residents and contra... read more...


Murder in Smithville, State Police arrest one

SMITHVILLE – New York State Police are leading an investigation into a murder that occurred in the Town of Smithville on Monday. According to authorities, 29-year-old Kyle V.... read more...



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