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Car, tractor-trailer collide at city intersection

Wednesday afternoon a 2002 Chrysler collided with a tractor trailer at the intersection of Rexford and Silver Streets in dowtown Norwich. The car was heading west on Rexford a... read more...


EPA improves clean up measures for potentially hazardous site

LINCKLAEN – The Environmental Protection Agency has modified clean-up efforts for the Solvent Savers site after seeing a reduction in the contamination of ground soil over the... read more...


County supervisors vote themselves a raise

NORWICH – Chenango County’s supervisors on Tuesday promised themselves and the majority of their employees 2 percent raises next year, in addition to $500 for full-timers. A d... read more...


Last chance to register with FEMA

NORWICH – The flooding of late June ravaged Chenango County and the surrounding areas. Even though months have gone by, some people have still not registered with FEMA and New... read more...


Voter registration deadline nears

NORWICH – Friday is the last day to register to vote in the upcoming elections on Nov. 7. In order to vote, residents must register with the Chenango County Board of Elections... read more...


Sports

Oxford, Greene roll to field hockey wins

Field Hockey Oxford 5, Delhi 0 OXFORD – Vanessa Pierson scored the lone first half goal for Oxford, who erupted in the second half offensively. Julie Davis scored a pair ... read more...


Cyclones win three against Holland Patent

NORWICH – The Norwich Cyclones’ "C" team led a sweep of Holland Patent at Alumni Field Sunday. The C team upended the Knights 19-0 in Tri-Valley League Pop Warner play. Jade... read more...


Time to rethink deer management tactics

This Saturday, Oct. 14, marks the opening of the special early archery season for deer in the Southern Zone. The season runs until the day prior to the regular (firearms) seas... read more...


Opinion

James Baker’s last mission

Political insiders are buzzing with the question: will Mark Foley, the disgraced lawmaker, cost Republicans control of Congress? But Washingtonians with a longer view are aski... read more...


Entertainment

Colorscape fave comes to Night Eagle

OXFORD – Colorscape Chenango favorite David Jacobs-Strain will be back in the area this weekend, performing at Oxford’s Night Eagle Cafe at 8 p.m. Friday. David Jacobs-Strain... read more...


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