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Habitat house nears completion

NORWICH – After more than two years of work, the Habitat for Humanity house located on Adams Street in the City of Norwich is nearing completion. On Monday afternoon, volunt... read more...


Five-year-old accidentally shot in face

AFTON – New York State Troopers responded to an apparent shooting accident involving a five-year-old boy that occurred late Monday night. The boy was transported to Lourdes ... read more...


Duo pleads in string of burglaries

NORWICH – A man guilty of multiple burglaries in Chenango and Broome counties was sentenced in court Monday. Brockton E. Jones, 25, Broome County, pleaded guilty to one count... read more...


Ambulance shortage not a crisis yet, Mayor says

NORWICH – Local emergency squads will have to pick up an added 2,000 to 2,500 county-wide 911 calls annually after Superior Ambulance leaves the area Oct. 25, according to fig... read more...


NYRI’s project gets a boost from Washington

WASHINGTON – Chenango County and all 190 miles of New York Regional Interconnect Inc.’s proposed power line route now fall within a “National Interest Transmission Corridor.” ... read more...


Sports

S-E ‘a different team,’ but not enough to overtake M-E

Field Hockey Morrisville-Eaton 2, Sherburne-Earlville 1 MORRISVILLE – Morrisville-Eaton all but locked up the Center State division title over defending division champion ... read more...


Pair of shutout wins for Valley Heights

NORWICH – On a rainy night in Norwich last weekend, Valley Heights Christian Academy’s Crusaders came away with a pair of soccer victories. Playing Baldwinsville Christian ... read more...


Beckwith wins football contest

In a week littered with upsets on the college ranks and NFL games that confounded most of our prognosticators, Charles Beckwith of Oxford emerged from a tiebreaker to win the ... read more...


Community

Chenango Stories: Rachel Ballin

Although many people might think the exact opposite, moving to upstate New York from sunny California opened up a world of opportunity for one local resident. Rachel (Mason)... read more...


Oxford dedicates tree to former mayor

OXFORD – On Sept. 21, the Oxford Garden Club and the Oxford Village Tree Board gathered at 18 North Washington Ave. for a tree dedication to long time Oxford resident Janet Se... read more...


Legion dignitaries to visit Oxford

OXFORD – Chenango County American Legion Commander Fred Baker of Post 376 announces the annual visitation of the Department of New York American Legion Commander William Burn... read more...


Opinion

Doc diagnoses chronic case of embarrassment

When Dr. Sam said, “You’ve got the prostate of a man half your age,” it was hard to keep from beaming. This must be how a woman feels when a complete stranger tells her she ha... read more...


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