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Greene’s Sherwood starts a new chapter with ribbon cutting on Saturday

GREENE – After nearly a year of extensive renovations, the Sherwood - a historic hotel, restaurant and bar in downtown Greene - will finally re-open to the public, thus starti... read more...


Fall Festival of Bands

Shawn Magrath Photo Despite the on and off again rain, the Norwich Tornado Field Band rehearsed under the lights of Tornado Field Tuesday night. The band is currently practic... read more...


Catholic Charities hosts 10th ‘Celebration of Women’

NORWICH – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In an ongoing effort to hamper the growing epidemic of domestic violence, Catholic Charities of Chenango County will ho... read more...


Too safe?

There's an episode of “The Simpsons” when Homer, inspired by how dangerous the world is for his infant daughter and how expensive baby-proofing a home can be, gets into the ba... read more...


Two arrested in NPD heroin bust

Editor's note: Update at the end of the story. NORWICH – The Norwich City Police Department, in concert with the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office, executed a no-kn... read more...


Oxford planning boards discuss next step in joint comprehensive plan

OXFORD – More than 30 Oxford residents filed into the Oxford American Legion on South Washington Ave. on Tuesday as the Oxford town and village planning boards convened for th... read more...


Car museum hopes for full house for Classic Casino Night

NORWICH – The Northeast Classic Car Museum is rallying for the its second largest annual fundraiser, Classic Casino Night, which returns to the floor of the museum this Friday... read more...


Swelby takes customer loyalty to the next level

NORWICH – It started with a simple concept. The idea was to offer Chenango County business owners and their customers a unique online community where they can browse local pla... read more...


Oxford proposes changes to zoning ordinance

OXFORD – The Oxford Town Board convened for its final regular board meeting Wednesday – the last regularly scheduled board meeting before Oxford residents head to the polls du... read more...


New Berlin police tout success of tractor trailer inspections

NEW BERLIN – After an extensive months-long process, the New Berlin Police Departments says it has completed Phase One of an ongoing action plan to make the busy Route 8 corri... read more...


We need to prioritize

There's no shame in receiving public assistance. Yes, despite the overwhelmingly negative perception of public assistance which has only been fueled by the back and forth bud... read more...


Demolition of Oxford building slated for next week

OXFORD – The Village of Oxford may be only days away from the demolition of a longtime eyesore in the middle of town. During the regular meeting of the Oxford Board of Truste... read more...


City considers roof for Borden Ave. skating facility

NORWICH – With milder winters forcing the Borden Ave. skating facility in the City of Norwich to close early and often in recent years, city officials are now pondering the op... read more...


NPD slated to receive federal grant

NORWICH – With several members of the Norwich City Police Department set to retire in the coming year, the NPD was recently announced a recipient of nearly $125,000 in federal... read more...


15th Annual Pumpkin Fest brings the spirit of the season to the heart of the city

NORWICH – With autumn at its peak, thousands are expected to make their way to East and West parks in downtown Norwich this weekend for one last community-based event of the s... read more...



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