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Neurofeedback center opens in Norwich

NORWICH – A new medical practice in the Eaton Center has opened its doors, providing local residents with rare neurotherapy services to treat various forms of brain dysfunctio... read more...


Boldly go where no man has gone before

Space: the final frontier. One need not be a “Trekkie” to know the opening line in the title sequence of the original Star Trek. No doubt, the series had an impact on the ima... read more...


Arts Council set to host 12th annual Allegro Run for the Arts

NORWICH – The Chenango Arts Council is calling on area runners and walkers to put on their running shoes and take to the streets of the City of Norwich for an annual fundraise... read more...


NHS plans after prom party, offering a safe, substance free environment

NORWICH – With the Norwich High School Junior Prom now less than a month away, parents, students and staff members at NHS are pulling together to organize the annual After Pro... read more...


Calling all volunteers

It is a common trend in communities across the state: volunteer fire departments are seeing a drastic decline in the number of volunteers. In response, fire departments across... read more...


It takes a creative solution

When I was in grade school, my sixth grade science teacher assigned the task to create a monster. Our class had been learning about genetics, using Punnett squares and explori... read more...


Commerce Chenango celebrates 54th annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony

NORWICH – Approximately 150 local business officials and community leaders turned out to the Lt. Warren Eaton Airport in Norwich last night for Commerce Chenango’s 54th annual... read more...


It’s all about efficiency ...

I have always considered myself energy conscious. I buy energy efficient light bulbs, turn down the thermostat when I leave home and unplug my phone charger when I’m not using... read more...


National Crime Victims’ Rights Week focuses on promoting victims’ rights

NORWICH – This week marks the annual National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, a week focused on promoting victims’ rights while also honoring the victims of various crimes, and pa... read more...


Food Stamp recipients top 16 percent in Chenango

CHENANGO COUNTY – More than 16 percent of Chenango County residents rely on the federally funded Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formally known as Food Stamps), acc... read more...


Federal tax proposal could burden local taxpayers

ALBANY – Albany is trying to rally state and local elected officials to voice opposition to a federal proposal on the table that would essentially result in the ‘double taxati... read more...


Energy workshop entices businesses, non-profits to go green

NORWICH – With a bigger push now more than ever to utilize alternative energy resources, Chenango County business leaders, non-profit agencies and local officials came togethe... read more...


Lessons learned?

It is difficult to reflect on the events of the past few days without a sense of pride in the goodness of people; a sense that’s counteracted by another feeling of shame for w... read more...


Pinwheels for Prevention

NORWICH – April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to promote awareness and outreach for children who are abused either physically or sexually, maltreated or neglected. ... read more...


New fate in store for Village of Oxford eyesore?

OXFORD – A resolution passed by the Chenango County Board of Supervisors last week suggests a new fate for a long vacant building in downtown Oxford that has served as nothing... read more...



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