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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...


Farm Bureau helps kids tackle 'Planet Challenge'

NORWICH – Sixth grade students at All Saints Catholic School in Endicott are getting help from the Chenango County Farm Bureau in a project that teaches them about alternative... read more...


City Fire Dept. seeks better ISO rating

NORWICH – Nearly 15 years have passed since the Norwich Fire Department was last evaluated for business and homeowners fire insurance purposes and since then, changes to the d... read more...


Mild winter saves McDonough money, but road challenges loom

McDONOUGH – The Town of McDonough is off to a good start for taxpayers in 2012, thanks in part to money saved on highway expenses due to a mild winter – but the money saved wo... read more...


Restaurateur’s one-woman operation on track to success

NORWICH – For the last two years, The Caboose Restaurant has been serving homemade food for breakfast and lunch in a unique setting that keeps alive a reminiscence of the once... read more...


Norwich's new barber has old-time flair

NORWICH – Those in need of a little off the top have one more option now that the Cutting Edge Barber Shop on 4 West Park Place has opened for business. Cutting Edge owner a... read more...


How would minimum wage increase impact locally?

NORWICH – In response to Democrat Assemblyman Sheldon Silver’s proposal to increase New York State minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $8.50, opinions differ among many city e... read more...


Car Museum hosts Super Bowl Sunday promotion

NORWICH – On a day that’s all about football, classic car enthusiasts will also have reason to get out on Sunday as the Northeast Classic Car Museum hosts its annual Superbowl... read more...



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