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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...


Town of Norwich seeks funding for courtroom improvements

NORWICH – As part of an effort to improve the Norwich Town Hall and Town Court, officials are moving forward with a grant application that could lead to expansion and moderniz... read more...


Ag tour highlights Chenango’s farming industry

NEW BERLIN – More than 40 of Chenango County’s agricultural leaders, together with state elected officials, gathered in New Berlin Tuesday for the second annual county farms t... read more...


One airlifted after falling from roof

NORWICH – One person was airlifted to Wilson Medical Center in Binghamton after falling from the roof of a two-story residential property at 16 Front Street while working on a... read more...


New home decor business opens in downtown Norwich

NORWICH – A new business on the corner of North Broad and Fair streets in downtown Norwich is hoping to attract consumers in search of unique items, old and new. New business... read more...


North Norwich asks for input from its residents on gas drilling

NORTH NORWICH – The town board of North Norwich met Monday for a public comment session regarding the practice of natural gas drilling and if views expressed during the meetin... read more...


Historical Society gears up for folk art fair, Chenango Canal exhibit dedication

NORWICH – The Chenango County Historical Society is in the midst of planning its annual summertime event, this year centered around the Chenango Canal and the rich history of ... read more...


Former Salvation Army building could be rehabilitated

NORWICH – Commerce Chenango is taking new measures to ensure the vacant storefront at 17-19 North Broad Street – the Salvation Army building – is put to good use in the heart ... read more...


A cup too big to runneth over

People are undoubtedly up in arms over what is possibly the most contentious government attempt to overhaul the way millions of people manage their own health. Protesters see ... read more...


Texas church group helps rebuilding effort

NORWICH – Thanks to volunteerism and a touch of southern hospitality, congregation members of Agape Baptist Church in Norwich are taking on some of the much-needed alterations... read more...


123rd Afton Fair starts today

AFTON – This weekend, thousands of fun seekers from all over will be flocking to the Afton Driving Park for the 123rd annual Afton Fair, which kicks-off today at the Afton fai... read more...


United Way raises campaign goals

NORWICH – While summer is only three weeks underway, the Chenango United Way is planning ahead, announcing higher and more optimistic goals for its fall 2012 campaign season. ... read more...


Norwich author celebrates first book with ‘A Rose From Beneath’

NORWICH – A lifetime of reading, writing and a vivid imagination has paid off for local author Nicole Wake, who has reason to celebrate as the characters she developed have co... read more...


Quaranta Housing Services announces new opportunities for home improvement

NORWICH – The housing services division of Opportunities for Chenango has received and will disburse $600,000 in home improvement grant funding to qualifying residents of Broo... read more...



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