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Job fair and expo set for Saturday

NORWICH – Area job seekers and employers will have a chance to showcase during the Second Annual Chenango Community Expo and Job Fair, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at th... read more...


Pink Door Thrift Shop celebrates 40th anniversary this week

NORWICH – When it opened its doors on May 4, 1972, the Pink Door Thrift Shop in Norwich set out to provide the community with affordable clothing while also raising funds for ... read more...


YMCA hosts Healthy Kids Day Saturday

NORWICH – Kids from all around are welcome to the Norwich Family YMCA for a free afternoon of festivities, food and fun when the Y hosts its annual Healthy Kids Day from noon ... read more...


Cornell Cooperative Extension sponsors new Grow, Cook, Eat program

NORWICH – This spring, the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County is offering a new program for those interested in simple cooking, healthy recipes, growing their ow... read more...


Rogers Center kicks off regional Envirothon

SHERBURNE – Students from across four counties are gathering today at Rogers Conservation Center in Sherburne for a hands-on learning event that tests their knowledge in five ... read more...


Unison Industries becomes an OSHA Star

NORWICH – Yesterday, GE Aviation’s Unison Industries became one of few companies in the country to be recertified as an Occupational Safety and Health Association Star s... read more...


Fire destroys city garage

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Fire Department responded to a structure fire at the Chenango Glass Company on 17 Waite St. at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and while the garage that housed... read more...


USDA announces payment to Milk Income Loss program

NORWICH – The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced it has made a fiscal contribution to its Milk Income Loss Contract program to help struggling dairy farmers as they batt... read more...


Arts funds awarded for three counties

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts held its annual decentralization grants ceremony Wednesday night, awarding funds to non-profit arts and culture organizations... read more...


New police cars coming to the NPD

NORWICH – Following weeks of deliberation, the city council approved the purchase of two new cruisers for the Norwich City Police Department and residents can expect to see th... read more...


Sherburne-Earlville student to step-off in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

SHERBURNE – Hard work and dedication for one high school saxophone player at the Sherburne-Earlville High School is paying off as she prepares to join some of the most talent... read more...


BID seeks volunteers to help spruce up downtown

NORWICH – The Norwich Business Improvement District is calling on city residents, volunteers and organizations to lend a hand as it takes strides in beautifying the downtown a... read more...


New discussion group tackles hot-button issues

NORWICH – Members of a new informal community forum group are preparing to tackle public discussions on the most pressing and delicate issues in the county and are extending a... read more...


Chenango Valley Home resident marks 100th birthday

NORWICH – Chenango Vally Home resident Virginia Wentzel Breed has lived through the most influential events of the century, including two world wars, the depression, the rise ... read more...


City will sell off properties with unpaid taxes

NORWICH – City officials have acquired five properties in arrears and will be trying to find buyers for them in the coming weeks. A 30-day tax deadline extension expired at ... read more...



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