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City seeks FEMA grant for new ambulance

NORWICH – With the good fortune of obtaining FEMA grants in the past, the Norwich Fire Department is currently awaiting the approval of another that would allow the purchase a... read more...


Merchants' Reindeer Run promotes shopping locally

NORWICH – As American Express steadily campaigned this year to promote Small Business Saturday, the Norwich Merchants Association has been busy making its own preparations for... read more...


City's annual tree lighting ceremony set for Thursday

NORWICH – As the Christmas holiday draws near, local volunteers are decorating East and West Parks for the holidays and making the final preparations for the annual tree light... read more...


17th annual Christmas parade steps off Saturday in Norwich

NORWICH – Thousands of spectators are expected to line the downtown sidewalks Saturday night to celebrate the kick-off of the holiday season as the 17th Annual Parade of Light... read more...


Santa Claus is coming to town

NORWICH – Santa will have a new view from East Park this year as his Norwich igloo has moved closer to the sidewalk and his Chenango County helpers make preparations for his a... read more...


A Thanksgiving feast for all

NORWICH – While many travel or prepare a yearly dinner tradition this Thanksgiving, volunteers at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church will be busy coordinating their annual Free Com... read more...


City sells house for rehab

NORWICH – The city has obtained a number of residential and commercial properties through tax foreclosure in recent years and hopes to see the rehabilitation of one of these r... read more...


Guernsey Library embarks on adult literacy program

NORWICH – The Guernsey Memorial Library, in conjunction with Literacy Volunteers of Chenango County, will soon be hosting a state-funded adult literacy program, upholding its ... read more...


United Way puts focus on educational goals

NORWICH – As part of an effort to reduce the national dropout rate, the Chenango County United Way is examining issues impacting education and plans to work with local educati... read more...


It's time for the Turkey Trot!

NORWICH – Though running might not be what many people associate with the holiday season, hundreds of local runners are preparing for one last road race before Thanksgiving as... read more...


It's time to stop smoking

NORWICH – Today marks the American Cancer Society’s 36th Great American Smokeout – a day which not only recognizes the hazards of smoking, but also encourages smokers to comme... read more...


Holy Family kids collect 'Dimes for Diabetes'

NORWICH – Throughout November, Kelly Law, an elementary school teacher at Holy Family, is teaching her classes the importance of helping others and collecting dimes from her s... read more...


SPCA renews contract with city, gets ready for 'Woofstock'

NORWICH – The Chenango County SPCA recently renewed its animal shelter services agreement with the City of Norwich for 2012 and looks to do the same with surrounding communiti... read more...


New floor for Borden Ave. skating rink

NORWICH – Love it or loathe it, the time for winter recreation is right around the corner and in preparation, the city has exchanged the worn rug in the Borden Avenue ice skat... read more...


City considers user fees for Kurt Beyer pool

NORWICH – Admission or membership fees might be part of the equation for affording the costly repairs needed to open Kurt Beyer Pool as planned by next June, Norwich City offi... read more...



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