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Wlasiuk pleads not guilty

NORWICH – Thursday Peter M. Wlasiuk, 38, Oxford, appeared before the judge that had previously recused himself from the accused murder’s case. Judge Howard Sullivan was asked... read more...


20,000 expected to gather for Greene festival this weekend

GREENE – Skilled artisans will be gathering this weekend to personally offer their crafts to the mulling crowds, attracting persons with an interest in their trade and hopeful... read more...


North Norwich business park to get overhaul

NORWICH - Responding to interest expressed by an anonymous enterprise in a parcel at the county’s Earl B. Clark Industrial Park in North Norwich, Chenango County Industrial De... read more...


Fazzary, Coccoma run for Supreme Court Justice, Sixth District

NORWICH – Two candidates running for Supreme Court Justice in New York’s Sixth Judicial District attended Lobsterfest. This year, voters of the Sixth Judicial District will ha... read more...


Sherburne PD gets boost with new technology

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Police Department recently received three grants that will allow them to purchase new equipment and become a safer and more efficient department. “W... read more...


Community

Earlville Opera House hosts contemporary arts quilt exhibit

EARLVILLE – Painting with fabric?  It seems impossible, but the Annual Contemporary Art Quilts Exhibits will display six adept and innovative quilters who will showcase their ... read more...


Sherburne theater group gears up for summer play

SHERBURNE – This Aug. 10 and 11, the Sherburne Music Theater Society is presenting “A ... My Name is Alice” in the intimate space of The Palace Theater in Hamilton, New York. ... read more...


Opinion

Wanted: Authenticity in Iraq

Authenticity. That’s what the YouTubers said they were trying to elicit when they submitted video questions for the Democratic debate. They were hoping to get past the candida... read more...


Entertainment

Bluegrass ‘bug’ biting fairgrounds this weekend

NORWICH – People don’t know when it’s going to happen, but they never forget the first time they get bitten by “the bluegrass bug,” Tim Doerfel says. Doerfel, a classically t... read more...


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