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Private company looking to replace Superior’s last ambulance

CHENANGO COUNTY – Local fire officials confirmed Tuesday that a private company has agreed to replace one of the three ambulances the county will have lost when Superior Inc. ... read more...


Oxford drug dealer gets nine years

NORWICH – An Oxford drug dealer who was the target of an undercover police investigation by the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office pleaded guilty in court Monday. Corey A. Weid... read more...


Development keeps town taxes down

NORWICH – Unlike many other towns in New York, it was announced at October’s monthly meeting that the Town of Norwich will again have no general tax. The town will see an over... read more...


Smyrna adopts subdivision regs

SMYRNA – The Town of Smyrna adopted subdivision regulations on Oct. 9 after two years of work by members of the town’s planning board.  “You can thank Christmas & Associates... read more...


Sports

Norwich wins final meet of season

Girls’ Swimming Norwich 90, Oneonta 62 NORWICH – Norwich was able to pull to .500 (6-6) finishing its meet season with a victory over Oneonta Monday. Norwich had individu... read more...


Community

Y Giants 7: Coaches and Players Change for 1949

By Jim Dunne The success of the Norwich Y Giants semi-pro football team during the first two seasons made it imperative that the program continue into 1949. The success was... read more...


Chenango Stories: Nancy Cushman

Finding your niche in life is something that can take years, explains this mother of three and local store owner. As Nancy Cushman heads into her 10th year in business at Sea... read more...


Opinion

Let’s take a holiday from the holidays

Each year the retailers start pushing the holidays on us earlier and earlier. This year, the ads started showing up in September. The kids are already talking about what they ... read more...


Letters from Iraq

Editor’s Note : Norwich High School teacher Edward Erickson is currently serving for one year as a professor of political science in Baghdad. This is the first in a periodic s... read more...


Entertainment

New ballroom instructor at Amber Perkins

Ballroom dance classes now offered in Norwich NORWICH – The Amber Perkins School of the Arts is proud to announce Ballroom Dance Classes with expert Clarissa Thomas as the n... read more...


Sherburne woman publishes first children’s book

SHERBURNE – Writing was always a dream for Lynn Morris. Since she was a child of 12, she dreamed about being a published author. Now, years later, with the publication of her ... read more...


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