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24 East Main ready for its new lease on life

NORWICH – More than twenty-one months after the commencement of rehabilitation on 24 East Main St., the once city-owned property has finally been closed on and buyer Chris Hay... read more...


Christmas clothing drives helps keep Chenango warm

NORWICH – After weeks of collecting monetary and clothing donations from the community, volunteers and employees from The Place and the Norwich City School District helped dis... read more...


It's Christmas time in the city

NORWICH – With Christmas only two days away, the city has come alive with the hustle and bustle of the holiday season as community members prepare for a weekend of visiting fa... read more...


United Way at 91 percent of goal

NORWICH – As the end of the year creeps closer, so too does the annual United Way campaign and the organization is showing some uncertainty in meeting this year’s goals. To d... read more...


City among applicants for latest round of arts funding

NORWICH – In preparation for the 2012 performances by the city band, the youth dance program and the lunchtime concerts in the park, the city is seeking grant money from the C... read more...


Still time to sign up for city's winter youth activities

NORWICH – Another winter is finally here and while the cold air keeps many cooped up until spring, the city’s Youth Bureau is working hard to provide wintertime recreation tha... read more...


YMCA reaches out in annual support campaign

NORWICH – Aspiring to secure the vision of building strong kids, families and communities, the Norwich Family YMCA recently brought its annual support campaign into full swing... read more...


Book signing Saturday for aspiring young author from Greene

GREENE – A 14-year-old girl from Greene is off to a reassuring start as an aspiring writer, preparing for a local book signing and celebrating the publication of her first nov... read more...


Sales tax revenue on the rise in the city

NORWICH – According to the 2012 adopted budget, the city is bringing in more sales tax revenue than expected, suggesting that one needs go no further than a local retailer to ... read more...


Making sure 'every woman counts' in Chenango

NORWICH – Working as part of the Chenango Health Network, the “Every Woman in Chenango County Counts” campaign is continuing its mission of encouraging annual screenings for w... read more...


State aid available for farmers affected by flooding

NORWICH – About $125,000 in state aid is available to Chenango County agricultural businesses that were impacted by the severe flooding of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm L... read more...


Downtown shuffle: Dollar Tree finds a new home in Tops Plaza

NORWICH – The local Dollar Tree made an announcement that it will be moving in early 2012, creating a shuffle among some businesses in the central part of the city. The Dolla... read more...


It really is better to give than to receive ...

NORWICH – A Norwich couple has extended their generosity this holiday season by adopting two local families for Christmas and hopes to show the community that it really is bet... read more...


Rogers getting by with a little help from its Friends

SHERBURNE – While Rogers Environmental Education Center may no longer be state funded, the mission of the center carries on through the Friends of Rogers Organization, who hav... read more...


United Way aims for a healthier Chenango

NORWICH – The United Way is hoping to significantly extend its role in the field of health care over the next 10 years. The United Way of America has established a goal to i... read more...



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