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Stop NYRI Rally: Citizens needed now more than ever to stop power line

SHERBURNE – The New York Regional Interconnect power line is not a done deal – not even close – a group of area citizens and elected officials told a crowd of 70-plus anti- read more...


Convicted sex offender arrested on new charges

GREENE – The Greene Police Department has arrested a 28-year-old Greene man for allegedly having sexual relations with a minor. Charles Crosby, 28, Driscall Ave., was arrest... read more...


Keeping Chenango up to code may get tougher

NORWICH – Cleaning up Chenango County could get a lot tougher as the number of code enforcement officers on duty has dwindled from six to three. What’s more, Public Health Di... read more...


City to begin side walk replacement program

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Common Council has been discussing options for a sidewalk replacement program since mid-August. After nearly nine months, a list of properties in... read more...


Grand jury hands up indictments

NORWICH – The efforts of several police investigations were brought to bare Wednesday, as each case was put before the Chenango County grand jury. Indicted were: • Anthony J.... read more...


Sports

Sidney baseball team not to be outdone

ONEONTA – Sidney’s baseball team is not about to be outdone by the exploits of its basketball and football teams. The Warriors took a step toward matching those programs’ acc... read more...


Greene wins non-league game with G-MU

Baseball Greene 8, G-MU 3 GREENE – Greene used a pair of four-run innings to defeat G-MU Friday in a non-league battle. The Trojans (12-7) scored all four runs in the sec... read more...


Community

Civil War heroes recognized

NORWICH – The Norwich Civil War Round Table held their first commemorative event to honor two of the unrecognized heroes of the Civil War, James Brownell and Charles Babcock. ... read more...


Opinion

The history you don’t know

Let’s face it. This president has major problems. He is about as popular as leprosy. Especially compared with the guy he followed into the White House. He is coarsely spoken.... read more...


Entertainment

Burke to conduct final concert for NHS

NORWICH – Longtime Norwich music teacher Don Burke will conduct the Tornado’s concert, symphonic and jazz bands one last time before his impending retirement at Tuesday’s spr... read more...


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