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Victory in battle against NYRI, but the war's not over

NORWICH – Governor Pataki traveled to Marcy Tuesday to place his ‘John Hancock’ on legislation that would limit a Canadian-based company’s plans to take private property for a... read more...


Guilford to put scaled-down town project up for vote again

GUILFORD – The Town of Guilford is preparing to make a second attempt at getting voter approval for construction of three new town facilities – a town hall, highway garage and... read more...


New judge appointed in Wlasiuk case

NORWICH – A new judge has been appointed to preside over the murder trial of Peter M. Wlasiuk. Administrative Judge Judith O’Shea of the 6th Judicial District appointed Broome... read more...


Weather radios help Norwich schools stay on top of alerts

NORWICH – The federal government has unveiled a program that would supply weather alert radios to each of the 97,000 public schools in the country, free of charge. According t... read more...


Sports

Oxford completes sweep of UV

Girls’ Soccer Oxford 5, Unadilla Valley 4 NEW BERLIN – Katie Seiler answered UV’s tying goal with just 1:09 remaining in regulation to give Oxford its second win over the ... read more...


Opinion

Protecting children in government care

Countless children are in the web of government sponsored, supervised and supported placement programs. Some have been abandoned or taken from their homes, and it’s important ... read more...


Entertainment

Willow artist opens workshops to the public

NORWICH – Bonnie Gale, local willow basketmaker/artist for the past 23 years, invites you to attend two Community Willow and Open House Days on Saturday, Oct. 7 and 14 from 1... read more...


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