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Farm Bureau touts 'Hay for Texas' at annual dinner

COVENTRY – Workers and supporters of the agricultural industry gathered at the Silo Restaurant for dinner Tuesday night as the Chenango County Farm Bureau held its 56th annual... read more...


Y program offers after school alternative

NORWICH – In an effort to further its mission of promoting physical, social and emotional growth and well being of youth in the community, the Norwich Family YMCA hopes to in... read more...


Natoli, Jeffrey face off in city supervisor race

NORWICH – As city residents head to the polls Nov. 8, they will have two candidates to choose from for one City Supervisor position. Republican Robert M. Jeffrey, candidate f... read more...


Norwich mayor looks forward to another term

NORWICH – After accepting the interim mayoral position following the death of Mayor Robert Raphael in 2006, Joseph Maiurano has only campaigned twice for his current standing ... read more...


Soil & Water Conservation District honors Rogers staff, Ives farm

NORWICH – The Chenango County Soil and Water Conservation District held its annual luncheon Wednesday, presenting awards for farm of the year and forestry conservation achieve... read more...


Guernsey wonders what to do with large bequest

NORWICH – Guernsey Memorial Library has a great deal of thought and consideration ahead as it debates suggestions for an appropriate way of spending a large donation left to t... read more...


Wastewater plant damage comes with hefty price tag

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Wastewater Treatment Plant is preparing to spend a substantial amount of money for two new pumps to replace those damaged by heavy rains and debr... read more...


GHS finds a new home at old Byrne Dairy

NORWICH – GHS Federal Credit Union has found a new home in the old Byrne Dairy building on East Main Street, and will be moving from its current location later this year. Ren... read more...


Purple Tornado field band places second

NORWICH – With a higher attendance than in previous years, Saturday’s Fall Festival of the Bands at the Norwich High School left the Tornado Field Band with a lot to celebrate... read more...


Heading Due North plans self-defense classes

NORWICH – The public is welcome to join as David Francis, local business owner of Heading Due North Guns and Ammo Shop, offers community education and self-defense courses thi... read more...


BID names new executive director

NORWICH – A new executive director is hoping to bring new leadership and vision to the Norwich Business Improvement District. The organization named Roz DeRensis as the new B... read more...


Tornado field band readies for Fall Festival this weekend

NORWICH – Community members are invited to cheer on the Norwich Purple Tornado Field Band as they host their last competition Saturday night before competing at the Syracuse C... read more...


City, Elks Lodge team for fall youth bowling program

NORWICH – As the fall air becomes colder and children seek indoor activities, the City of Norwich Youth Bureau extends an invitation to youth interested in bowling as an indoo... read more...


Register your float for the Halloween parade

NORWICH – Anyone who wishes to enter a float in the annual YMCA Halloween Parade must sign up by Monday, Oct. 24. There is no fee to enter. The parade will be held at 2 p.m. ... read more...


YMCA scholarships help out in a down economy

NORWICH – The Norwich Family YMCA still offers many of its scholarships and assistance programs even as it prepares for its upcoming annual support campaign. The Unemploymen... read more...



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