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Supervisor: Good news on the horizon for Town of Norwich taxpayers

NORWICH – The Town of Norwich is preparing the final adjustments for the 2012 fiscal year and according to Town of Norwich Supervisor David Law, alterations have been made tha... read more...


YMCA brings back Leaders Club

NORWICH – The YMCA Leaders’ Club is off and running with its first volunteer community project – a clothing drive that will assist in the efforts of Roots and Wings. The clot... read more...


McDonough sees five-way race for two seats

McDONOUGH – The Town of McDonough may see some upcoming changes as three new candidates oppose two incumbents seeking re-election for two available councilman positions. This... read more...


History comes alive through Society’s building projects

NORWICH – The Chenango County Historical Society is currently taking on numerous building projects in pursuit of expanding exhibits to multiple facilities around their Rexford... read more...


Local woman pens piece for ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’

NEW BERLIN – Readers who find encouragement in the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series will be proud to hear of local writer and inspirationalist Danielle Cattanach, who has be... read more...


NBT makes donation to PAL Center

NORWICH – NBT recently donated $1,000 to the Parents as Leaders Family Resource Center in Norwich. Regional Manager Tom Sutton presented Sharon Chesna, executive director of ... read more...


Car Museum helps Chevy mark 100th anniversary

NORWICH – While countless auto manufacturers have come and gone in the past century, Chevrolet has reason to celebrate as today marks the 100th anniversary of the company. Thr... read more...


Smithville has five people running for board spots

SMITHVILLE – With two of Smithville’s councilmen not seeking re-election, the town has two seats to fill with five candidates running for the open position. This year, voters ... read more...


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...



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