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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...


Chenango's child advocacy center earns national accreditation

NORWICH – The Chenango County Child Advocacy Center was recently presented accreditation by the National Children’s Alliance following an extensive application and site review... read more...


Marker map makes new website a historic envy

NORWICH – The Chenango County Historical Society is bringing history into the twenty-first century by unveiling a new website design that features updated CCHS newsletters, mu... read more...


Frontier closing payment office

NORWICH – Frontier Communications will close the doors of its customer service center on East Park Place the first week in February. The payment office staffs two full-time e... read more...


Educators aim to help Chenango ‘eat smart’

NORWICH – The Cornell Cooperative Extension Eat Smart New York Program recently welcomed a new educator to help take on the challenges of promoting a healthier lifestyle. New... read more...


Training conference would prepare Chenango for the worst

NORWICH – The National Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) has granted a scholarship for a multidisciplinary team from Chenango County to attend the 2012 OVC Mass Violence and ... read more...


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...



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