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Bricks & Mortar projects underway

Construction work began in earnest last week at the Norwich High School campus, where excavators began work on the district’s athletic fields. Brown Avenue Housing project:... read more...

Greene supervisor balks at paying for more county code inspectors

NORWICH – Asking his constituents to help bail out Chenango County’s bankrupt codes office doesn’t sit well with Town of Greene Supervisor Jack T. Cook. It wouldn’t be legal t... read more...

City moves forward with repairs to sewer plant

NORWICH – Flooding last June, combined with the regular wear and tear of over 20 years of operation, has made it necessary for the City of Norwich to make repairs to parts of ... read more...

OSG tax-free deal won’t automatically go to new owners

NORWICH – A recently renewed agreement that exempts Outsourcing Services Group from nearly $50,000 in local property taxes each year would have to be re-authorized if the comp... read more...


Nitpicking the immigration bill

You can nitpick the immigration bill. That may not help you understand why it went down in flames. It went down because enough of the public did not like it. Millions of us b... read more...


Blues Assoc. plans free summer concerts

NORWICH – The Chenango Blues Association says it’s assembled a stellar lineup of national and internationally recognized stars to perform in Norwich this summer for its free, ... read more...

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