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Power line opponents urged to keep up the fight

SHERBURNE – Flooding, unanswered questions, and more rain could have been stifling obstacles in the quest to vanquish the threat posed by New York Regional Interconnect Inc. H... read more...

County considers extending building fee waiver

NORWICH – A temporary waiver of building inspection fees that followed on the heels of last month’s floods could be extended. Members of the Chenango County Public Health Dep... read more...

EPA has two county areas for hazardous waste disposal

OXFORD – Late June flooding brought some residents to areas of their basements they haven’t seen in a long time. Once there, some found items they haven’t seen in just as long... read more...


"The Gate" opens new retail opportunities in Earlville

EARLVILLE – An old-fashioned atmosphere wrought by old-fashioned ideals; it is both motif and mantra at Carol Morse’s new Village of Earlville gift shop befittingly dubbed, ... read more...


Lieberman race pits moderation versus hatred-politics

By Morton Kondracke This is no exaggeration: The soul of the Democratic Party – and possibly the future of civility in American politics – is on the line in the Aug. 8 Sena... read more...

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