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Remember when: Ives Cream takes you back

NORWICH – If ever your fondest memories could come on a cone, the Ives Cream ice cream parlor in downtown Norwich would probably be the place that’d serve it. Short a time ma... read more...


New restaurant opens at old Driftwood

NORWICH – A longtime diner on Hawley’s Corners in Norwich recently received an interior facelift and opened for business April 16 as “Mary’s On the Corner.” Owners Mary and S... read more...


NBT reports strong first quarter

NORWICH – NBT Bancorp Inc. (NBT) (NASDAQ: NBTB) reported Monday that net income for the three months ended March 31 was $14.1 million, up 4.0% or $0.5 million from net income ... read more...


Man accused of a sex crime may face his victim in court for a second time

NORWICH – A man charged with a sex crime appeared in county court with his attorney Monday to debate what evidence can be used against him. Dwight K. Stevens is charged with f... read more...


Sports

Baldwin Associates finishes perfect season, wins first CBL title

NORWICH – Leigh Baldwin & Associates completed the first unbeaten season in the YMCA Men’s Corporate Basketball League in over a decade beating Burrell’s/Parker’s for the four... read more...


S-E snake-bit by one-run losses

Baseball Cooperstown 6, S-E 5 COOPERSTOWN – Sherburne-Earlville dropped its third one-run game in as many starts this season Monday at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown. The... read more...


Community

'Patients' is a virtue

Standing up for what she believes in is exactly what this mother of four has done, putting everything on the line in order to provide the community she served with the quality... read more...


Visions credit union coming to Lowe's plaza

NORWICH – VISIONS Federal Credit Union will be opening its first branch in Chenango County this fall. Plans for the grand opening celebration of the new branch, located in the... read more...


Opinion

The evolution of the tube and the boobs that watch them

Will I be the last person in the world to buy a $4,000 flat-screen plasma TV? I see the ads in the paper every day and all I can think is “Where is everyone getting $4,000?” T... read more...


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