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New Berlin building condemned

NEW BERLIN – Due in part to high winds sweeping through Wednesday, one of the village’s historic landmarks had to be condemned. New Berlin residents noticed bricks falling f... read more...


Abuse case leaves SPCA looking for support in caring for 37 neglected dogs

NORWICH – Authorities seized dozens of neglected dogs from a Town of German barn earlier this week and they are now in the care of the Chenango County SPCA. In a single day, ... read more...


Private ambulance approved to operate in Chenango

NORWICH – Cooperstown Medical Transport Inc. was unanimously approved Thursday to expand its private ambulance coverage into Chenango County, owner Margaret E. McGown confirme... read more...


Grand jury indicts a number of people for sex crimes

NORWICH – The Chenango County Grand Jury met Wednesday and handed up several criminal indictments. At the proceedings, the District Attorney’s Office presents evidence against... read more...


More and more applying for energy assistance

NORWICH – With the prices for gasoline and retail heating oil rising to new heights, many consumers are having to choose between getting to work and paying for heat, food and ... read more...


State announces closure of Camp Pharsalia - again

PHARSALIA – With a declining state prison population resulting in part from a sustained, overall drop in crime, New York plans to close the Pharsalia and Gabriels correctional... read more...


Sports

Marauders pull off ‘comeback for the ages’

Boys’ Basketball Sherburne-Earlville 69, Westmoreland 64 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville coach Kevin Vibbard called the game, “one for the ages.” The Marauders made up a ... read more...


Community

Souvenirs of Yesteryear: The Jordan Spreader

This article is not about John the Baptist trying to emulate Moses. It is about a railroad car. Not just any ordinary railroad car either, but a rather imposing contraption. T... read more...


Opinion

Why Washington is broken

Washington is broken. That’s the slogan Mitt Romney adopted in the waning days of the New Hampshire primary. And while the former Massachusetts governor trailed John McCain, h... read more...


You've come a long way, baby

Usually when pundits complain about the misogyny of mass media, I pay it no heed. Here in the warm environs of Chenango County, surely my higher mind is immune to such prevail... read more...


Entertainment

Winter Living celebration Saturday

SHERBURNE – Thoughts of being outside in winter may make you want to stay inside, but it can be one of the most exciting times to enjoy nature. Snow creates a blank page upon ... read more...


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