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Is television doomed?

Whether you watched last week’s first presidential debate or flipped through hundreds of other channels only to find the Kardashians give some sort of new, profound meaning to... read more...


St. Bart’s continues Spaghetti Supper Tradition

NORWICH – Although no one seems to be quite certain of when the St. Bartholomew’s spaghetti dinner originated, the annual pasta feast has proven to be a heavily anticipated ev... read more...


Smithville justice resigns, leaves township without a court official

SMITHVILLE – The Town of Smithville justice seat is empty for the time being after former Justice Benjamin Kehl tendered his resignation Oct. 1 to pursue a career outside the ... read more...


NBT, Alliance announce merger

NORWICH – NBT Bank, Inc.’s presence in central New York will be vastly enhanced with a merger agreement announced Monday with Syracuse-based Alliance Financial Corporation. N... read more...


Farm Bill expiration a threat to local dairy

NORWICH – Although highly favored in the agricultural community and backed by numerous state legislators, the Farm Bill has been left to expire, leaving many local farmers wit... read more...


City seeking new options for damaged fire truck

NORWICH – The city’s Fire Department is currently without an aerial ladder, presenting some potential safety challenges for the department and imminent financial challenges to... read more...


Imagination on a short leash

Recent surveys have shown that as employers look to hire, one of the first characteristics the look for is creativity and ingenuity, that out-of-the-box type of thinking that ... read more...


Guernsey board still searching for new director

NORWICH – The search is still on for a new director to fill the empty seat at the Guernsey Memorial Library. The Guernsey Library Board has been steadfast in filling the vacan... read more...


Change in Albany key to ‘unshackling’ business

NORWICH – Some of the area’s foremost business leaders gathered at the American Legion in Norwich Wednesday as Commerce Chenango hosted its quarterly “Good Morning Chenango” b... read more...


City braces for another year of rising pension costs

NORWICH – Nearing the end of the last fiscal quarter, the City of Norwich is bracing for yet another year with its toughest financial obstacle – pension costs – which continue... read more...


Fire Dept. responds to Price Chopper

The Norwich Fire Department hurried to the Price Chopper Plaza just south of the city around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday after customers and employees reported seeing smoke coming from ... read more...


Breast cancer awareness campaign paints the town pink

NORWICH – October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in light of the epidemic number of breast cancer claims nationwide, Lori Kemerrer, cancer outreach specialist f... read more...


City OKs loan for downtown renovation

NORWICH – With clearance from the Common Council, a Norwich-based company has been approved for a city loan that will help the clean up and maintenance of one of downtown’s mo... read more...


Parent Project returns for another round of classes

NORWICH – Frustrated parents who deal with the everyday obstacles of raising a stong-willed teenager are being offered a helping hand as the Chenango County Youth Bureau spons... read more...


Hands of time to start moving (correctly) again in downtown Norwich

NORWICH – The historic clock that hangs over the corner of South Broad and East Main Streets in downtown Norwich has been malfunctioning for years, but thanks to the recent co... read more...



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