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Elderly work force struggles in the current job market

NORWICH – Despite the recent signs of a slowly-improving economy, some demographics in Chenango County struggle to find work, with the county’s senior population taking a big ... read more...


Despite setbacks, Maple Street renovations under budget, ahead of schedule

NORWICH – Construction and renovation is well underway on Maple Street and despite unexpected and costly setbacks, city officials say work thus far is still under budget and a... read more...


McCracken takes Ward 1 alderman seat

NORWICH – A month after the city’s First Ward alderman seat was left vacant, the Norwich Common Council revealed its pick. Newly-appointed Alderman Bryan McCracken, 26, was s... read more...


51st annual Youth Days underway in New Berlin

NEW BERLIN – The 51st annual Youth Days celebration is already well underway in the Village of New Berlin. Festivities officially kicked-off Thursday and continue throughout t... read more...


Norwich Pharmaceuticals revitalizes summer youth program

NORWICH – Norwich Pharmaceuticals was happy to revitalize its summer student employment program this year, with the sponsorship of seven formal student opportunities. The pr... read more...


Take a number and wait in line

When I was a kid, I saw a sign hanging from the bathroom door at a friend’s house that read “patience is a virtue.” I suppose if there’s one sign to hang from a bathroom door,... read more...


Local family gears up to compete at the state fair

NORWICH – As the Great New York State Fair kicks-off today, hundreds of thousands of people look forward to the attractions, the rides, the games and the best talent New York ... read more...


Mum sale a fundraiser for All Animals Matter

Maiurano’s Flower Shop owners Ginny Allen, Bill Maiurano, and All Animals Matter Coordinator Diane Troxell gear up for the annual mum sale to benefit All Animals Matter, a non... read more...


New wastewater regs could be costly for city

NORWICH – Under new strict new rules from the Environmental Protection Agency, the City of Norwich is taking financial burdens head-on as the federal agency mandates the city ... read more...


Next to last Lunchtime Live performance set to hit the center stage

NORWICH – The next to last performance for the annual summer Lunchtime Live concert series is set to take stage at noon in East Park on Wednesday, with a musical perform... read more...


City Police Dept. expected to exceed overtime budget

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Police Department is likely to exceed its annual overtime budget this year as occasional staffing shortages and a growing drug epidemic in the ci... read more...


First Eddie Caputo 5K set for Saturday

NORWICH – Organizers of St. Bartholomew’s Feast Day are preparing to kick the day off with the first-ever Eddie Caputo Memorial 5K Walk/Run to remember the longtime parishione... read more...


City looking at survey to explore possibility of user fee at Kurt Beyer

NORWICH – With the end of summer right around the corner, coordinators at the Kurt Beyer Pool are reviewing information and survey data collected for the consideration of chan... read more...


North Norwich to hold informational meetings on gas drilling

NORTH NORWICH – The Town of North Norwich will be hosting two informational sessions relating to the local natural gas debate next week. The first meeting is scheduled for 6:... read more...


Going negative

As impossible as it seems, the presidential campaign season hasn’t always been ugly. Once upon a time, a candidate could vie for the oval office based on his own credentials, ... read more...



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