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Mulch man’s business thrives at a new location

NORWICH – Now that summer is in full tilt, Larry Ashton, owner of Alpine Clippers, is at the peak season for his mulch and landscaping business and this year, he’s running his... read more...


Veterans’ Home enjoys 9th annual Cruise-In

OXFORD – For many residents of the New York State Veterans’ Home in Oxford, it was a trip down memory lane as some of the area’s finest vehicles rolled into the parking lot Sa... read more...


Chobani hosts Olympic-sized celebration

COLUMBUS – Chobani held an Olympic celebration unlike any other Friday, when thousands turned out to Werner Farm in the Town of Columbus to witness the opening ceremonies of t... read more...


Chase Memorial bids farewell to longtime director in New Berlin

NEW BERLIN – Following 40 years of service to the Chase Memorial nursing home in New Berlin, longtime administrator and CEO Roger Halbert announced his plans to retire, leavin... read more...


YMCA Kids Club in full swing

The Norwich Family YMCA Kids Club is in full swing for children ages 3-5. This summertime program is filled with fun and creative activities, art projects, games, stories, sna... read more...


People want what they can’t have

When I was a substitute teacher at the Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School, I heard all the common arguments often associated with kids just being kids. I heard all the comp... read more...


Classic Car Museum to host Fireball Run filmed adventure series

NORWICH – The Northeast Classic Car Museum will shine in the national spotlight on Wednesday, Sept. 26 as the organization plays host during the annual filmed adventure series... read more...


Chenango Farmers Market continues new EBT program

NORWICH – Despite the help of a state-funded program allowing for an Electronic Benefit Transfer machine at the Chenango County Farmers Market this year, few residents have ta... read more...


Pink Door reopens today in new spot

NORWICH – Volunteers at the Pink Door are ready to hit the ground running when the thrift shop reopens today at a new location on 9 S. Broad St. The Pink Door, previously loc... read more...


Norwich merchants gear up for Sidewalk Sales

NORWICH – The Norwich Merchants Association is making the final preparations for its annual Street Festival and Sidewalk Sale and making plans this year to incorporate more of... read more...


Dog owners beware: Ticks are a growing problem this year

NORWICH – This may be one of the worst years on record for ticks in the northeast United States and it’s keeping many local veterinarians on their feet as animal clinics take ... read more...


Chenango United Way seeks funding applications

NORWICH – The United Way of Chenango County is calling on area non-profit organizations to submit an application for funding if seeking support in 2013. Funding proposals are... read more...


Nobody likes to play the fool

I’m convinced that dogs know something humans don’t. They must. And I’m not referring to the animal’s “sixth sense” that scientists say we as human beings lost thousands of ye... read more...


City’s First Ward Alderman resigns

NORWICH – Ward One Alderman Robert Carey tendered his resignation to the city offices Wednesday, leaving the city’s first ward without a representative for the time being. Car... read more...


When your garage sale is done, it’s time to take down the signs you put up!

NORWICH – With the summer season well underway, many residents are looking to get rid of unwanted items and make some extra money, bringing garage sale season into full swing ... read more...



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