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Supervisors want state agencies accountable for NYRI

NORWICH – Town of Smyrna Supervisor James Bays said he is “disturbed” and “baffled” with the reticence of New York state’s statutory parties to the Public Service Commission w... read more...

AARP gets ready to spread holiday cheer

NORWICH – Even though they’re small in number, the members of the local chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons believe any amount of helping hands are enough t... read more...

Crews take soil samples for new Oxford bridge

OXFORD – The Oxford truss bridge was closed Monday so crews could begin preliminary work in preparation for the new bridge building project. They bored through the bridge deck... read more...

PSC demands more info for NYRI application

SHERBURNE – New York Regional Interconnect Inc. can add a few more items to an already hefty “to do list” in regards to proving its 200-mile long power line is a worthy projec... read more...


History of the Automobile, Part 3

By Audrey Robinson NECCM Education Committee The week of Nov. 12-18 is National Education Week. The Northeast Classic Car Museum is a great medium to cultivate a student’s i... read more...


Message of 2006: Moderates fed up with polarization

The 2006 election results were a rebuke not just to President Bush and Congressional Republicans, but to radio talk-show hosts and other right-wing polarizers. The right mana... read more...

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