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Flood update: Travel Advisory issued

UPDATE: The State of Emergency is still in effect, but travel conditions are improving, and a TRAVEL ADVISORY has been issued. Travel is allowed, but drivers must remain aler... read more...

Law enforcement called to Earlville meeting as DPW chief leaves position

EARLVILLE – A special meeting held Wednesday afternoon by the Village of Earlville opened almost immediately with outburst and interruption. Before the lights of village hall ... read more...

Flood claims life of Chenango County man

NEW BERLIN – A Norwich man lost his life to the flood early Wednesday as he was headed to work before daylight. Robert R. Stockwell, 31, of Holmesville Hill Road in Norwich, ... read more...


The dangers of 'flood prevention'

By Bob McNitt Outdoors Writer The soggy events of recent days is a liquid reminder that nature can, at any time, inundate us with such a surplus of precipitation that stream... read more...


Chenango struggles to save, repair infrastructure

NORWICH – Chenango County’s roads are still closed to traffic today, but according to Public Works Director Randy Gibbon, you wouldn’t know it. “It’s been like Mardi Gras out ... read more...


FEMA’s forgotten children

By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts Hurricane season is here. With predictions of more major storms headed for the battered Gulf Coast, emergency planners tell us they’re ... read more...


Wal-Mart cuts ribbon on Supercenter

NORWICH – After being postponed due to serious flooding Wednesday, Wal-Mart finally had its grand opening this morning. The Supercenter in the Town of Norwich had its ribbon ... read more...

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