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Macker Mania: Not even a flood can stop Gus

NORWICH – Pulling off yet another Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament for the Norwich Family YMCA is like operating a well-oiled machine - even in the face of disaster. ... read more...

Norwich city schools keep pool open

NORWICH – Despite Kurt Beyer pool being closed due to recent flood damage, citizens of Norwich will not go without public swimming facilities this summer. City Youth Bureau D... read more...

New Berlin man beaten with crowbar confronts assailant

NORWICH – One of three men charged with beating a New Berlin man with a crowbar after breaking in to his home in November was reduced to tears while apologizing. “I’m sorry,” ... read more...


Macker shows no signs of slowing down

Gus Macker is here. The hoops are up and neatly arranged, and East Main Street is now closed off until early Sunday evening. The 3-on-3 tournament, now in its 11th year, comes... read more...


Family, friends and fun - the Gus Macker tradition

“Gus Macker is the best thing that has ever happened to Norwich,” contends 16-year old Norwich resident Tyler Saroka. To say in the last 16 years that something else has been ... read more...


Pushing for tougher penalties for crimes against kids

The senate and assembly agree. People who commit sexual against children should face the toughest penalties imaginable. That’s why the New York State Senate gave final legisl... read more...


Colorscape performer lineup announced

NORWICH – The lineup of performers for the 12th Annual Colorscape Arts Festival on Saturday, Sept. 9 and Sunday, Sept. 10 in Norwich, is complete and includes a stunning mix o... read more...

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