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Ford pleads 'Not Guilty'

NORWICH – George Ford Jr., 42, of Piscataway, N.J., pleaded not guilty Monday to the charge of second degree murder in the July 8 death of a 12-year-old babysitter. Judge W.... read more...


Railroad plan could be in place by end of fall

NORWICH – The fate of the New York Susquehanna & Western railroad tracks resting in the southern half of the county should be decided within the next two to three months, a lo... read more...


DPW staffing shortage increases

NORWICH – When it comes to staffing shortages, no one knows more about running an understaffed department than City of Norwich Superintendent of Public Works Carl Ivarson. “... read more...


Community

Souvenirs of Yesteryear: Railroad triumphs over canal

So what else is new? Railroads put the canal out of business back in the mid 1800s. The Chenango Canal operated from 1837 to 1878. The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western (DL&W) Ra... read more...


Opinion

Runaround Sue

The guy who sued his dry cleaner for $54 million for losing a pair of pants has been quite an inspiration to me. Right now, I’m thinking of suing my barber for $60 million. I ... read more...


Entertainment

Chenango Stories: Burton Kaplan

Growing up the youngest of three boys in the Bronx, one local musician says he thought he was destined to become a doctor. Burton Kaplan says he always thought his life’s jou... read more...


Performance poetry competition features current, two-time national champion

NORWICH – As thousands gather in Norwich’s parks in September to take in displays of art and music at Colorscape Chenango, another art form will be featured just down Broad St... read more...


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