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City not adding local tax to state clothing sales tax break

NORWICH – The City will not be collecting a local government tax on clothing and shoes that cost less than $110 per item as shoppers get a year-long break from the New York St... read more...


Changes coming to the Farmers Market this season

NORWICH – With summer months right around the corner, coordinators for the Chenango County Farmers Market are preparing for a big year with big changes in hopes of making the ... read more...


Norwich welcomes the new Sunrise Diner north of city

NORWICH – Local diners who are in search of something new now have a different option at the north end of town as the Sunrise Diner officially opened its doors last week. Wh... read more...


City renews sidewalk replacement, paint rebate incentives

NORWICH – As part of an ongoing effort to embellish the city and improve pedestrian safety, members of the Common Council have approved another year of funding for the Sidewal... read more...


Morrisville hosts Career Day

NORWICH – Local business and non profit leaders in the area took part in SUNY Morrisville’s Career Awareness Day at Follett Hall in Norwich on Wednesday. The student organized... read more...


CHN receives state grant for enrollment services

NORWICH – County residents seeking insurance services from Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus and Medicaid insurance programs will continue to benefit from the Chenango Hea... read more...


Operation: Military Kids reaches out to Chenango families

NORWICH – The Norwich American Legion Auxillary, in collaboration with Cornell Cooperative Extension, is sponsoring a program titled Operation: Military Kids, which reaches ou... read more...


A Spring Frolic for Friends of Rogers

SHERBURNE – For nearly a year, the volunteer group Friends of Rogers has been steadily holding its own as an organization and now, the group is planning to host its first off-... read more...


Wastewater plant working with DEC to account for high flow rates from 2011 flooding

NORWICH – It’s been six months since September’s floods devastated the area and nearly a year since the 2011 spring flooding, but the city’s wastewater treatment plant is stil... read more...


Habitat for Humanity to host first Souper Bowl

NORWICH – Volunteers from Chenango County Habitat for Humanity have their aprons and soup ladles at hand, preparing for the organization’s newest fundraiser, the CCHH So... read more...


Guernsey hosts third annual International Food Fest

NORWICH – The Guernsey Memorial Library, in collaboration with the BOCES English as a Second Language adult education class, hosted the Third Annual International Food Fest Sa... read more...


Tea Party Patriots hold rally in West Park

The Norwich Tea Party Patriots joined a nationwide protest against President Obama’s Health and Human Services Mandate by hosting a rally Friday afternoon in West Park. ... read more...


New grassroots sustainability group reaches out to Chenango

NORWICH – A new grassroots group by the name of Sustainable Chenango is making efforts to increase sustainable practices with hopes that the county become less dependent on t... read more...


City waiting for DEC to OK Canasawacta Creek cleanup

NORWICH – Pending approval from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the city Department of Public Works could be doing an extensive amount of work alo... read more...


City making more effort to ensure code violation fees are paid

NORWICH – The city is taking extra measures to ensure that codes violators aren’t able to avoid paying penalty fees when selling their property. City Finance Director William... read more...



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