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2008 United Way Campaign raises $488,876

CHENANGO COUNTY – The 2008 Chenango United Way Campaign has come to a close, and the organization is proud to say that they were able to raise more this year than last. This... read more...


Families, communities disrupted by Pharsalia closure

PHARSALIA – Closing Camp Pharsalia isn’t just taking 105 jobs out of the area, it’s disrupting 105 families and the communities they live in, says one corrections officer at t... read more...


New Berlin awaits word on fate of condemned building

NEW BERLIN – Less than a week after a downtown historic structure was condemned, village residents are still wondering what the next step may be. Mayor Carol Riley says just... read more...


Finance director: Costs at fire department under control

NORWICH – For over a year, the Norwich City Council has been discussing costs at the Fire Department and attempting to find ways to rein them in. Little by little, improvement... read more...


County OKs purchase of shared highway equipment

NORWICH – One of the first actions taken by the Chenango County Board of Supervisors this year was to authorize the purchase of road construction equipment that will be shared... read more...


Sports

Canastota turns tables on Marauders

Girls’ Basketball Canastota 50, Sherburne-Earlville 33 SHERBURNE – Canastota avenged a 19-point loss to Sherburne-Earlville a week ago outscoring the Marauders 21-5 in the... read more...


Community

Plymouth justice honored

Outgoing Plymouth Town Justice Gladys Branagan (1999-2007) was honored by new Justice Paul O’Connor at the town meeting Monday night in the Plymouth Volunteer Fire House. O’Co... read more...


Chenango Stories: Cathy Robinson

Growing up at the other end of Route 12 in Chenango Bridge, this local mortgage broker says she has seen life change before her eyes and in turn has learned many lessons along... read more...


Opinion

And the award goes to ... ‘Subprime’!

According to the American Dialect Society, the word of the year for 2007 was – may I have the envelope please – “Subprime!” “Subprime” couldn’t be here tonight, he’s in Flor... read more...


American social slavery

One of my favorite heroes has always been Robin Hood. I imagine that has something to do with the fact I have always struggled financially. To put it politically incorrect, I’... read more...


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