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New business opens in South Plaza

NORWICH – Following weeks of extensive renovations inside a storefront located in the South Plaza just outside the city, a new business has finally opened its doors. Aaron’s ... read more...


Norwich bus plan continues to frustrate parents

NORWICH – The debate over changes in the busing policy at the Norwich City School District wages on after a meeting of the district’s board of education Tuesday night. Five p... read more...


Barn fire south of Earlville

Emergency crews responded to a barn fire just south of the Village of Earlville around noon time yesterday. Firefighters from Sherburne, Earlville, Hamilton and Smyrna respond... read more...


Norwich hosts 39th Fall Festival of Bands Saturday

NORWICH – Hundreds will file into the Norwich High School football stadium this weekend to cheer on the Purple Tornado Field Band as the group plays host to the 39th annual Fa... read more...


Poverty-stricken households a concern in United Way campaign

NORWICH – In the midst of its 2013 annual fundraising campaign, the Chenango County United Way is turning its attention to destitute households in hopes of increasing the long... read more...


City moves to demolish deteriorating house

NORWICH – After considering other options on the table during a special meeting of the Common Council, the city made the decision to move forward with the demolition of a hous... read more...


It's Pumpkin Fest Weekend in Norwich!

NORWICH – Hundreds are expected to flock to downtown Norwich this weekend as the 14th annual Pumpkin Fest kicks-off tonight on the grounds of East and West Parks. The event h... read more...


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...



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