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Libous checks out the fruits of his grants

By Brittany Bishop Correspondent OXFORD – More than year after severe flooding hit Chenango County, repairs to damages are still continuing to come together. Meeting Thursd... read more...


NYRI lawsuit dismissal could force power line to seek approval in Washington

CHENANGO COUNTY – Unless overturned, the dismissal Friday of a lawsuit filed by NYRI challenging what it claims is an unfair state law could ultimately force the company to ta... read more...


The Georgetown Inn to open under new management

GEORGETOWN – The first inn opened in Georgetown in the early 1800s, and since then, an operational inn has been a part of the atmosphere of this small town, a part of which li... read more...


Two men heading to trial over rape and home invasion

NORWICH – DNA forensic evidence proved to be a key element in the apprehension of two men suspected of burglary and rape; police testified in court Monday that they also had a... read more...


Sports

New members inducted into Norwich Golf Hall of Fame

The Greater Norwich Golf Hall of Fame inducted its new members last Friday at Canasawacta Country Club. Standing from the left are Dr. Robert Benedict, accepting for Fred Bene... read more...


Community

Y Giants 12: Hopes dashed for an undefeated season

By Jim Dunne In the fifth game of the 1950 season, Buddy Seaman continued his scoring spree, reaching paydirt three more times in a 33–0 romp over an out-classed Little Falls... read more...


Chenango Stories: Roger Barnhart

Finding a friendly face at the South New Berlin Post Office is an easy task to accomplish. Roger Barnhart, the local postmaster, explains being a “people person” helps him as... read more...


Bricks & Mortar report

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Bricks & Mortar Report provides updates on major construction projects in Chenango County. Chenango County Public Works Department: • The Chenango Count... read more...


A tour of one of Norwich's haunting Victorians

A bed that shakes violently, an uncontrollable banging coming from inside the walls and a Ouija board that moves by itself – sounds like scenes out of a scary movie. But in ... read more...


Opinion

And the Nobel Prize for hair and makeup goes to ...

Two guys just won a Nobel Prize for inventing a way to pack more data onto computer hard disks. If you’ve ever spent 24 or 48 straight hours playing online games, now you know... read more...


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