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Catholics plan to work together to keep both Norwich churches open

NORWICH – The Catholic churches of Norwich are taking unified steps away from being divided and conquered, officials said Tuesday. Following a meeting with church leaders,... read more...

County waives tipping fees for landfill debris

NORWICH – County leaders hope they can rely on the trust system to keep people from taking advantage of a temporary tipping fee waiver for flood-related debris at the landfill... read more...

Two discuss felony DWI pleas in county court

NORWICH – Two local men recently discussed the ramifications of a felony DWI in Chenango County, and one of the two agreed to a plea deal that will put him in the possession o... read more...


State Champs Basketball Clinic planned

NORWICH – Norwich varsity basketball coaches, Phil Curley and Mark Abbott, hold the New York State Championship plaques won by Abbott’s boys’ teams in 1993 and 1994. Curley an... read more...


A Noble site on Frenchmans Road

By Donald A. Windsor Deputy Historian, Chenango County In spite of the dire admonition by Thomas Wolfe in the title of his 1934 novel, “You Can’t Go Home Again,” many of us ... read more...


GOP ‘Suburban Agenda’ gains traction on Hill

By Morton Kondracke In the 1970s, as a young deputy sheriff in King County, Wash., Rep. Dave Reichert (R) had his throat slashed while trying to break up a domestic disput... read more...

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