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Libous encourages municipal cooperation

CHENANGO COUNTY – About 30 town, city and village highway workers gathered at the Chenango County Department of Transportation in Norwich Tuesday to see New York State Sen. Th... read more...


Police still following leads in apartment complex shooting

NORWICH – City police are still investigating an incident of shots being fired into a Norwich apartment complex on Columbus Day. On Oct. 9, there were reports of a shooting at... read more...


Board of Elections shows budget increase

NORWICH – The Chenango County Board of Elections’ estimated budget for 2007 is 45 percent more than last year, due largely to a federal act requiring states to purchase new, h... read more...


NYRI: Private venture or public good?

NORWICH – When it comes to the future of energy development, who knows what’s best for New York state? According to New York Regional Interconnect Inc., it’s their company an... read more...


Couple shares their grief in talking with students about suicide

SHERBURNE – Dale and Dar Emme talked about the most painful experience in their lives – their youngest son’s suicide – to Sherburne-Earlville students Tuesday. Dale and Dar t... read more...


Sports

Greene advances in overtime

Boys’ Soccer Greene 3, Windsor 2 (OT) GREENE – Rick Tallman was thankful for the absence of a deja vu experience. Mike Porter lifted Greene (15-3-1) into the second round... read more...


Community

Giving the law a little extra teeth

GREENE – The Greene Police Department is the only local municipal police department to have its own K-9 unit in Chenango County. In fact, the Greene PD has two K-9 officers an... read more...


Opinion

Practically no one thinks Republicans can hold the House

Except at the White House and the top reaches of the Republican National Committee, I can hardly find a single politician, consultant or pollster, Democratic or Republican, wh... read more...


Entertainment

Trick-or-Treat times set

NORWICH – City of Norwich Mayor Joseph Maiurano announced that Halloween trick-or-treating hours have been scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Maiurano would... read more...


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