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Mental evaluation ordered for 14-year-old

NORWICH – Friday a brief hearing for an accused 14-year-old attempted murderer took place in the City of Norwich Court. City Court Judge James Downey ordered a mental evaluati... read more...


Got what it takes? A quick guide to becoming a school board member?

CHENANGO COUNTY – With elections coming up Wednesday, May 16, local school administrators and school board members say a person doesn’t need to be any sort of educational, fin... read more...


Norwich fire department needs two new trucks

NORWICH – At Tuesday night’s meeting of the Finance and Personnel Committee, acting Fire Chief Joseph Angelino and Assistant Chief Jan Papalino discussed the Norwich Fire Dep... read more...


Business district improvements planned this summer

NORWICH – All indications lead downtown business owners Scott and Anna McLaughlin to believe that there’s old brick under the aluminum siding covering the front of their downt... read more...


Two men charged with Howard Johnson break-in

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Police Department arrested two men over the weekend for breaking into the Howard Johnson hotel, 75 N. Broad St. Blake C. Huonie and Alan E. Tro... read more...


Norwich firefighters honored for service

NORWICH – The Norwich Fire Department held its annual Awards and Recognition Banquet Saturday at the Canasawacta County Club in Norwich. Because of the high demands placed o... read more...


Community

Jump start

Perry Browne School collected $5,300 for the American Heart Association through the fundraiser done annually at the school; Jump Rope for Heart. Over a quarter of a million do... read more...


Baden-Powell Council to honor Morrone as “Distinguished Citizen of the Year”

NORWICH – Thomas L. Morrone was born Sept. 30, 1942 in Norwich. The theme of Tom’s life has been his work ethic. Before graduation Tom held many jobs – whether it was shovelin... read more...


Opinion

Are you really a Catholic, or do you just play one on TV?

Frances Kissling, go-to gal for media quotes about all things Catholic, has stepped down as head of Catholics for a Free Choice. Religion reporting just got a whole lot harder... read more...


Entertainment

EOH Arts Café Spring Season continues with Scotland’s Emily Smith

EARLVILLE – Though only in her mid twenties, award winning Scottish singer and songwriter Emily Smith has firmly established herself as one of Scotland’s leading lights in fol... read more...


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