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BOCES, city team for housing rehab, education project

NORWICH – As part of an ongoing partnership between DCMO BOCES and the City of Norwich, students in the BOCES carpentry and building construction program have been working on ... read more...


Doesn't look like city's pool will be open this summer either

NORWICH – The Kurt Beyer Pool faces another summer without repair after the Joint Committees discussed the fate of the pool Tuesday night, citing that no money is available to... read more...


Cornell implements grazing program in Chenango

NORWICH – The Chenango County Board of Supervisors has approved the funding of a new grazing program through Cornell Cooperative Extension to benefit farmers and the ag indust... read more...


City holds inauguration for mayor, aldermen

NORWICH – The City Common Council conducted the inauguration of Mayor Joseph Maiurano Tuesday night, along with four aldermen who began their new terms in office. It was busi... read more...


YMCA Fun Club hosts winter carnival

NORWICH – With a new year comes new events for the Fun Club at the Norwich Family YMCA. After more than a week off from school for holiday recess, Fun Club kids are already ge... read more...


City gets ready to ring in the new year

NORWICH – Some city businesses are opening their doors later than usual this New Year’s Eve and preparing to host local celebrants to ring in the new year on Saturday night. ... read more...


Changes coming to seniors' 'lifeline' program

NORWICH – The Area Agency on Aging is preparing for changes in the Chenango County Lifeline Program that will affect senior citizens throughout the county who depend on the fr... read more...


Council still considering Birdsall St. zoning change

NORWICH – Eleven months after an initial request for a zoning change was made by George Blood, owner of Tansey’s Auto Supply on Birdsall Street, the Common Council moved to re... read more...


4-H: Not just about cows and sheep any more

NORWICH – Newly-elected officers in the 4-H Leaders’ Association have vowed to carry out the mission of the program, teaching youth knowledge and life skills as they also work... read more...


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...



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