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Earlville sticks with incumbent in close mayoral race

EARLVILLE – The results are in for Tuesday’s elections in the Village of Earlville. In what turned out to be a close race, Incumbent Mayor Toni Campbell will return for a seco... read more...


Riley re-elected to New Berlin mayoral post

NEW BERLIN – With a higher voter turn out than normal, New Berlin residents cast ballots Tuesday deciding who would take over the village mayoral position. Current six term ... read more...


Tuesday marked “Ag Day” nationally and locally

NORWICH – Even though there are no longer farms in the City of Norwich, Mayor Joseph Maiurano officially recognized the industry Tuesday on National Agriculture Day, giving a ... read more...


Landlord group continues to protest rental registry

NORWICH – The 4th grade students in Kristen Behuniak’s class at Holy Family have been busy over the past months. After watching Al Gore’s Oscar-winning documentary, “An Inconv... read more...


Otselic also wants tax on natural gas sales

OTSELIC – The possibility of collecting what’s being called an “enhancement” tax on natural gas sales from local wells has appealed to yet another Chenango County town. Promp... read more...


DNA evidence helps Sheriff’s Dept. nab suspects in Sherburne home invasion

SHERBURNE – Chenango County Sheriff Thomas Loughren announced the apprehension of two armed men suspected of breaking into a Sherburne home and brutally beating a 58-year-old... read more...


Sports

So close, yet so far away

So close, yet so far away. Those words sum up the season-ending playoff losses of Oxford’s boys’ basketball team and the Bainbridge-Guilford girls. Oxford exited the 2006-200... read more...


Community

City Youth Bureau thriving despite budget cuts

NORWICH – Despite budget cuts almost every year since 2002, the City of Norwich Youth Bureau’s Winter Recreation Programs for 2007 may see their busiest year ever. With 302 ... read more...


Tornado band entertains at Disney

FLORIDA – Members of the Norwich High School "Purple Tornado" Marching Band strutted their stuff down Main Street, U.S.A. at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Feb. 20. ... read more...


Opinion

Jumping to conclusions

After what seems like years of discussion, the City of Norwich Common Council has finally passed an amendment to the city code that calls for the addition of a rental registry... read more...


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