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Plymouth residents don’t speak up, town doesn’t pass junk ordinance

PLYMOUTH – A proposed local law that would regulate junk storage in the Town of Plymouth did not pass Monday at the town board’s monthly meeting, prompting a lengthy debate an... read more...

Pharsalia lawmaker bashes local program for contributing to state’s high taxes

NORWICH – A report delivered to supervisors Monday about Chenango County’s Serendipity Cafe erupted into a debate about whether the New York State-awarded program for mentally... read more...

City sees hike in police overtime

NORWICH – A spate of violent crimes in the city over the past several months has led to a spike in overtime costs at the police department. Law enforcement overtime, personnel... read more...

Oxford police searching for thieves whole stole 69 bottles of liquor

OXFORD – Police are on the lookout for additional suspects involved in a burglary that resulted in 69 bottles of liquor being taken from a business in the Village of Oxford. ... read more...


Opening Day

A large contingent of Norwich varsity and junior varsity players are all ears as they listen to assistant varsity coach John Martinson before commencing the first day of pract... read more...


Chenango Stories: Legal Eagles come home to nest

Whoever coined the phrase “you can’t go home again” surely never met a local pair of lawyers who say coming home was the best choice they ever made. After meeting on a class ... read more...


Something’s cooking at the CIA

I ran into Louise, a friend I hadn’t seen in many years. While she and I caught up with each other in the supermarket’s produce aisle, I asked about her son, Jeffrey. “Didn’t... read more...

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