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$3 million landfill project moves forward

PHARSALIA – More than five years after Chenango County opened a multi-million dollar cell at the solid waste landfill in the Town of Pharsalia, county executives are now movin... read more...


Coventry man arrested after life-threatening dispute

COVENTRY – Authorities arrested a Coventry man following a domestic dispute in which he allegedly threatened to stab another person and fired a pistol at the windshield of a n... read more...


Farmers educated on tax exemptions

CHENANGO COUNTY – The Chenango County Agriculture and Farmland Protection Board, in collaboration with the Chenango Real Property Tax Service Department, is striving to educat... read more...


First Transit faces uncertainty with changes to Medicaid transportation

NORWICH – State-wide changes in medical transportation for Medicaid recipients are pushing county officials to request increased state funding for public transportation, citin... read more...


What's in a name?

What’s in a name? Isn’t that the question posed by Juliet when she stood on her balcony pondering her forbidden love of Romeo? A name, after all, is really nothing more than ... read more...


Norwich Theater Company sets stage for “Rehearsal for Murder”

NORWICH – Coming at the heels of an enormously successful performance of “A Christmas Carol” that garnered distinguished honors for three individual members, the Norwich... read more...


United Way reaches out to eleventh hour donors

NORWICH – With just one day left to go in its annual fundraising campaign, the United Way of Chenango County is facing a bleak finish to what’s likely to be its worst campaign... read more...


YMCA Campaign helps Y do so much more

NORWICH – Despite financial hardships over the years, the Norwich Family YMCA has stayed the course of its mission; to provide a safe environment that helps build sound mind, ... read more...


Chenango FIRST Robotics team gears up for new season

NORWICH – While their regional competition may still be weeks away, students on the Chenango County FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics ... read more...


UHS Chenango Memorial to close walk-in center

NORWICH – Facing tremendous state and federal funding cuts and a $5 million gap between revenues and expenditures, United Health Services (UHS) Chenango Memorial Hospital anno... read more...


Hopes high for a farm bill in January

NORWICH – Despite drawn-out negotiations, United States law makers are optimistic a new farm bill will be put in place as early as next month, giving farmers and dairy consume... read more...


Updated mutual aid plan aims to help fire departments in Chenango

CHENANGO COUNTY – After more than a year of planning and talks with fire departments throughout the county, the Chenango County Bureau of Fire last week finalized an updated m... read more...


New wine store toasts to grand opening

NORWICH – A new business located just south of the city is setting out to make a splash in the local wine and spirits market, opening just in time to ring in the holidays and ... read more...


A shot in the arm?

In a bold but otherwise hotly contested move, New York City is now requiring parents with children attending preschool or day care to receive a flu shot. Despite opposition f... read more...



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