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Pro-Tel showing growth in new city location

NORWICH – Pro-Tel is no longer just a telecomunications firm. The company broadened its horizons as an employment agency in addition to its work in telecomunications and for ... read more...


Norwich eyes 9 percent tax hike

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Common Council will come together for a special meeting tonight at 6 at the city court for two public hearings; one for the proposed 2013 city bu... read more...


NCSD, The Place collect winter clothing in annual holiday drive

rwich City School District, in collaboration with The Place, is once again taking on the task of providing all Norwich students with winter-appropriate clothing in time for th... read more...


Morrisville college recruits at Norwich campus holiday open house

NORWICH – Students and staff at the Norwich campus of Morrisville State College on Conkey Avenue hosted the college’s annual open house gala Thursday. The locally-catered eve... read more...


Obesity epidemic proves costly for taxpayers

NORWICH – Without strong action to reverse the obesity epidemic, children may face a shorter lifespan than their parents for the first time in our history, according to a rece... read more...


Longer days means more learning, right?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about how longer school days could very well be the solution to an education system that’s been lagging over the years. It seems that among... read more...


Historical Society’s holiday open house is Sunday

NORWICH – Volunteers and organizers at the Chenango County Historical Society are making the final preparations for their annual Holiday Open House, the organization’s largest... read more...


City considers four-way stops on Elm Street

NORWICH – The Common Council is taking action based on a recommendation from the city’s traffic commission to make things a little safer on Elm Street. In response to a recen... read more...


Norwich lights up Christmas tomorrow

NORWICH – It’s Christmas time in the city, which means plans are underway for the annual tree lighting ceremony in East and West Parks, set to take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday... read more...


North Norwich passes budget after overriding state tax cap

NORTH NORWICH – The Town of North Norwich has passed a budget for the 2013 fiscal year, but like many municipalities in Chenango County and statewide, the town faces increased... read more...


Kicking the habit: One smoker’s journey toward better health

NORWICH – Last month, millions of smokers nationwide took their final puff before kicking their smoking habit for good during the American Cancer Society’s 37th annual Great A... read more...


City taking steps to remove milfoil weeds from Chenango Lake

NORWICH – The city is taking steps in removing the troublesome waterweed milfoil that has infested Chenango Lake over the years. The common council passed a resolution permit... read more...


Chenango school boards warned of dangers in funding inequalties

NORWICH – Funding inequality among New York State school districts was thrust into the spotlight Friday when the Chenango County School Board Association gathered at the BOCES... read more...


Learning to stretch a buck

At long last, it’s budget time in Chenango County. Hold your excitement. In the face of financial instability in many parts of the state, municipalities are crunching the num... read more...


Rogers Center seeks full-time executive director

SHERBURNE – Nearly two years after taking charge of Rogers Environmental Center in Sherburne, the Friends of Rogers not for profit group is seeking an executive director for t... read more...



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