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Meet the Candidates

SHERBURNE The Chenango County Chamber of Commerce hosted a “Meet the Candidates” night at Eldershire in Sherburne Tuesday. Candidates present included, front row: Mark Trabucc... read more...


Norwich Catholics work to keep both churches open

NORWICH – Nearly seven months after it was announced that one of the two Catholic churches in Norwich would close, parishioners and representatives of St. Bartholomew’s and St... read more...


Norwich beefs up disciplinary measures

NORWICH – New disciplinary actions taken by high school administrators and staff are working to increase safety standards and introduce better options for students. High Sch... read more...


Supervisors hear options for old county jail

NORWICH – Three options that were presented Tuesday for converting the former county jail and Sheriff’s Office on West Park Place into usable space left members of the Agricul... read more...


Landlords challenge city registry

NORWICH – Tuesday night, the Common Council held an open hearing to discuss the proposed rental dwelling registration. If passed, the ordinance would require all landlords to ... read more...


Sports

Norwich seniors honored

NORWICH – Norwich recognized its 15 outgoing seniors before Monday’s final home game against Owego. Standing from the left are Carlos Pullas, Steven White, Chad Burlison, Pete... read more...


Greene finishes off perfect dual meet season

Girls’ Swimming Greene 89, Sherburne-Earlville 47 GREENE – Greene finished off an unbeaten meet season at 11-0 Tuesday, and set two new school records as it heads into Fri... read more...


Community

Oxford residents discuss plans for replacing bridge

OXFORD – The bridge in the center of Oxford has little time left. Tuesday night at a public meeting, officials explained the situation. “We’re lucky if we get another three t... read more...


Opinion

Democrats should build on Bush’s drug plan, not wreck it

Despite abundant evidence of its success, Democrats are still on the warpath against President Bush’s 2004 Medicare prescription-drug plan – and they threaten to undermine fut... read more...


Entertainment

Norwich hosts Fall Festival of Bands Saturday

NORWICH – The 33rd annual Fall Festival of Bands will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday under lights at Norwich High School. The Norwich show is one of the oldest in the New Yor... read more...


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