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4-Hers sharpen speaking skills in competition

NORWICH – Youth in Chenango County’s 4-H Program tested their knowledge and presentation skills Saturday during one of the program’s biggest annual events, the 4-H Public Pres... read more...


Dollar Tree opens in new location

NORWICH – A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the Dollar Tree this weekend when the store officially opened at its new location in the Tops Plaza. City officials, along wi... read more...


First Edition closes final chapter Saturday

NORWICH – While her years at First Edition Book Store are now behind her, Lisa Mody, owner of the small downtown book store, is looking forward with an appreciation of the sup... read more...


Diversifying proves successful for Village Cobbler as it expands to new location

NORWICH – Even in tough economic times, The Village Cobbler is showing signs of growth, leaving behind its previous location on South Broad Street to take up a new, larger res... read more...


Y contest to see who makes Chenango's best chili

NORWICH – Taste buds will be challenged this Saturday as the Norwich Family YMCA hosts the Third Annual Chili Cook-off good will fundraiser. This year’s Chili Cook-off will b... read more...


City should be able to reopen pool without loans

NORWICH – In another twist of events for the Kurt Beyer Pool, the City Council resolved to accept grant funds and approve a bid to move forward with renovations at Tuesday nig... read more...


Oxford’s Marshman to speak at United Nations ag forum

OXFORD – Morrisville State College professor Sheila Marshman of Oxford has been invited to speak at the United Nations about the increasing presence of women in agriculture an... read more...


Health educator says it’s time to lay off sugary drinks at work

NORWICH – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County has implemented a new program that works with Eat Smart New York to encourage community organizations to reduce the ... read more...


Norwich has vacancy on town board

NORWICH – A move from the town to the city means Joanna Chiarino will no longer be able to serve on the Town of Norwich Board, leaving a vacant seat to fill in the coming wee... read more...


Burger King to undergo extensive renovations

NORWICH – Burger King at the South end of Norwich will undergo extensive interior renovations this spring, bringing the restaurant a more contemporary look. Beginning in Marc... read more...


City Parks Commission honors Stuart Chase for years of service

NORWICH – Longtime City Parks Commission Member Stuart Chase was awarded a plaque of recognition for his commitment to the City of Norwich at Monday night’s Parks Commission m... read more...


City wrapping up FEMA reimbursements for flood damages

NORWICH – Though spared the extreme flooding damages seen in some surrounding areas in the wake of Tropical Storm Lee five months ago, city officials applied for FEMA assistan... read more...


Guernsey seeks volunteer for library board vacancy

NORWICH – Following the January resignation of a board member for personal reasons, the Guernsey Memorial Library is currently seeking a volunteer to fill the vacant seat. Ac... read more...


Valentine's Day sends hearts a-twitter in Norwich

NORWICH – With the arrival of Valentine’s Day, small businesses citywide are preparing for a busy day, hoping to bring in the patronage of local romantics who have been struck... read more...


Tough times force McDonough General Store to close

McDONOUGH – After 15 years of business, Tom and Mary Gorman, owners of the McDonough General Store, have born the blows of a harsh economy and have been forced to throw in the... read more...



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