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Sno Blast goes on, snow or not

OXFORD – The lack of snow won’t be keeping snowmobile enthusiasts from excitement this weekend. The Chenango County Snowmobile Federation, in cooperation with the New York Sta... read more...


City gets loan for wastewater treatment plant repairs

NORWICH – City officials have accepted a New York State loan in the amount of $850,000 needed to replace two pumps that were badly damaged at the wastewater treatment plant by... read more...


Maple Street to see extensive overhaul this year

NORWICH – Residents along Maple Street can expect to see a significant amount of work done by NYSEG and the city DPW this summer as the city strides to improve deteriorating p... read more...


United Way misses goal, but raises more than last year

NORWICH – Showing a sense of optimism, the Chenango County United Way announced the results of its support campaign and a breakdown of allocations earlier this week. When th... read more...


Loans would aid medical practice expansion in Norwich

NORWICH – Pending business loans from the City of Norwich and Development Chenango could give Norwich Family Care on 157 East Main St. a new look and bring unique medical serv... read more...


Interested in maple syrup?

NORWICH – While the traditional maple syrup season is still a few weeks off, the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County is preparing local agriculturists for maple s... read more...


Skating rink opens; donations received

NORWICH – After a strangely mild start of the winter season, the Borden Avenue Skating facility is ready to welcome skaters after temperatures recently dropped to more seasona... read more...


Downtown merchant’s promotion seeks food donations for Roots & Wings

NORWICH – Susan Wood, owner of Thymely Treasures in downtown Norwich, is working together with Roots and Wings to gather food donations at her store during a time when the cha... read more...


GHS opens new branch

NORWICH – GHS Federal Credit Union hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new facility on Friday. The grand opening was held in conjunction with Commerce Chenango and GHS is... read more...


Local set to take part in D.C. March for Life Monday

NORWICH – Sunday marks the 39th anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling of Roe v. Wade – a landmark ruling the extended a woman’s right to have an abortion. In protest to this... read more...


City to move ahead with pool repairs

NORWICH – The Common Council announced Tuesday that it would move forward with renovations at the Kurt Beyer Pool. The decision follows a $40,000 donation from the Greater No... read more...


Workshop addresses online safety for teens

NORWICH – In an effort to address the increasing concern for the safety of kids growing up in a digital age, a special program titled “Teens and Technology” will be offered fr... read more...


New semester begins at Morrisville

NORWICH – Hundreds of new and returning Morrisville State students entered the doors of Follett Hall this week, beginning a new semester with a clean slate and moving one step... read more...


City denies zoning change

NORWICH – A proposed zoning change on Birdsall Street was unanimously denied at Tuesday night’s Common Council meeting for reasons the council said are best for area residents... read more...


Foundation, community support give new hope for Kurt Beyer Pool

NORWICH – Following a Common Council meeting earlier this month, it seemed that a lack of funding would keep the Kurt Beyer Pool closed for the second consecutive year, but re... read more...



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