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Plymouth residents concerned with string of fires

PLYMOUTH – For many small towns in Chenango County, one structure fire a year is just about the norm. Plymouth has had a half-dozen. Is it a string of coincidences or arson? ... read more...


Flood damaged park to be rebuilt this fall

PLYMOUTH – A popular park pavilion destroyed by flooding in 2006 should be re-built by the end of October, a Plymouth town official said last week. The pavilion at Foster Par... read more...


Drug bust uncovers threat against City PD

NORWICH – An ongoing drug investigation by the City of Norwich Police has uncovered a possible plot against at least two of its officers. “In the course of an investigation ... read more...


County planners want four-lane Route 12

NORWICH – He said he may be called “radical,” but Chenango County Planning Board member Bruce Beadle said he would like to see state Route 12 leading into Norwich packed solid... read more...


Sports

Oxford, S-E level records

Oxford 2, Delhi 1 DELHI – Oxford regrouped after Delhi’s tying goal as Danielle Murphy scored unassisted with six minutes left in regulation to give the Blackhawks their thir... read more...


Community

A young couple talks about their military experience

NORWICH – “We wish people could be that way all the time,” said National Guardsman Jason Kelsey, after a member of Chenango County Republican Women’s Club recalled the patriot... read more...


Eat Local Challenge: Day 3

When it comes to food, Chenango County has more to offer than people think. To highlight Chenango’s bounty of locally produced food items – and to encourage people to spend t... read more...


Oxford's Class of 1952 reunited

OXFORD – The 1952 graduating class of Oxford Academy and Central School celebrated its 55th reunion on Friday, July 27. Sixteen classmates and 10 spouses convened for an eveni... read more...


Entertainment

Souvenirs of Yesteryear: White Store Falls

When the glacier gouged out the Unadilla River Valley it left many of its tributary streams higher than the valley floor. The result is manifest today as a series of waterfall... read more...


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