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Special Report: What's behind Chenango's recent crime spree?

The past year in Chenango County has revealed itself to be exceptional and terrifying with a rare emergence of violent crime. In the last six months, police have opened four ... read more...


Two Chenango County Firemen to be honored at convention

CHENANGO COUNTY – This week, the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York will hold their 135 annual Firefighter’s Convention in Cheektowaga. The convention, which inclu... read more...


Plymouth residents take unique approach to flood prevention

PLYMOUTH – A small group of Plymouth residents don’t want to see any more of their town disappear. They’ve seen enough go already. In response to floods in April 2005 and Ju... read more...


Sports

Is DEC's publication turning 'all green?'

According to some, the Department of Environmental Conservation's official magazine should change its name from"The Conservationist" to "The Environmentalist." Why? Because a ... read more...


Community

Back to school: Meet UV's new superintendent

NEW BERLIN – Getting to know staff, students, parents and how the climate of the school building functions are on top of one new superintendent’s agenda as he heads into his f... read more...


Opinion

Run baby, run

Some friends say the Travers Stakes horse race is one big party – 30,000 tastefully drunk people, they predict. So, some Old Milwaukee and I are heading up to the Saratoga Rac... read more...


Entertainment

Two new gallery exhibits arrive at Earlville Opera House galleries

EARLVILLE – Two new exhibits are opening at the Earlville Opera House Art Center:  David Harper’s Out of the Woods will open in the West Gallery and Tasja Keetman’s lorem ipsu... read more...


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