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Toys for Tots offers hope to local children

NORWICH – Giving others, especially children, hope on Christmas is one of the greatest gifts of all, says Bainbridge resident Roger Barnhart, adding that sometimes it only tak... read more...


Catholic Charities announces shopping cart challenge

NORWICH – During the holiday season, and every day, many individuals struggle to find the food they need to survive. Every day, area food pantries, like the Catholic Charities... read more...


Police continue investigation into Friday burglaries

NORWICH – Police continue to investigate a rash of burglaries that occurred Friday both north and south of the city and suspect the crimes may be related. Four separate locat... read more...


How "community" are community colleges?

NORWICH – There’s nothing about “community” when it comes to community colleges anymore, one local government leader says, and Chenango County taxpayers shouldn’t be charged f... read more...


Sports

Clyde Cole Dedication

The Oxford Rotary Club, sponsors of the 45th Annual Clyde Cole wrestling tournament, dedicated this year’s tournament to former Greene standout wrestler, Sherwood Fendryk. Pre... read more...


S-E ties for second at Ilion tourney

Wrestling ILION – Sherburne-Earlville finished in a tie for second place at the Ilion Valley Duals Saturday winning three of five matches including a 37-30 win over Class ... read more...


Community

Souvenirs of Yesteryear: Day which still lives in infamy

Most of you reading this newspaper were probably born after Sunday December 7, 1941, “a date which will live in infamy,” as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt designated it. ... read more...


Chenango Stories: Patty Hitchcock

Trying to see the good in people is one lesson this mother of two realized was one of the best “gifts” she would ever receive. Patty Hitchcock of Bainbridge explains her life... read more...


Opinion

‘Reservation for two, name’s Fido’

I am eating macaroni and cheese. My cat is eating wild salmon stuffed with crabmeat. What is wrong with this picture? Why is my cat eating like an “Iron Chef” judge while I’m ... read more...


Crime really doesn’t pay

So I was standing at the rear entrance to Kuntriset Kitchens & Bath Design examining the damage left behind by what I assumed was a pry bar and sledge hammer. The owner, Mike,... read more...


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