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NYRI says it plans to file completed application next month

NORWICH – A spokesman from the public relations firm representing New York Regional Interconnect Inc. said Thursday that the power line developer will likely re-submit its lon... read more...


Alderman looks at solutions to littering problem

NORWICH – According to Sixth Ward Alderman Robert Jeffrey, the issue of littering in the city needs to be addressed. At the January meeting of the Finance and Personnel Comm... read more...


G-MU begins design work for $8.5 million project while looking ahead to purchase new buses

COPES CORNERS – Following voter approval of an $8.5 million building project in December, Gilbertsville-Mt. Upton school officials say the project is now getting under way. ... read more...


Woman in abuse case refuses to surrender dogs; judge tells her to pay the SPCA’s costs

GERMAN – Appearing in court with the District Attorney’s Office the SPCA again requested the hand over of nearly 40 neglected dogs and again the defendant refused. Following ... read more...


Blue Seal Feeds to acquire I.L. Richer

SANGERFIELD – Blue Seal Feeds, Inc. of Londonderry, N.H. and I.L. Richer Company, Inc. of Sangerfield announced today that they are working on an agreement for Blue Seal to pu... read more...


Sports

Walton makes key plays late to edge Unadilla Valley

Boys’ Basketball Walton 43, Unadilla Valley 39 NEW BERLIN – Having won all of its league games by 20 points or more, Walton survived a scare at Unadilla Valley Thursday ni... read more...


Community

Sherburne Historic Park Society picks Citizen of the Year

SHERBURNE – After ten years as the Sherburne Town Historian, and three years of helping to chose the recipient of the annual Citizen of the Year award, Rose Wellman has been n... read more...


Opinion

Erasing the race

By Gene Lyons Try this political pop quiz: Can you identify the presidential candidate promising “a fresh start after a season of cynicism ... a president who can unite thi... read more...


Entertainment

EOH art galleries present two new exhibits

EARLVILLE – Have you ever wondered how an artist colony might have gotten started? What are the ingredients that make them magical? One factor surely is the natural beauty of ... read more...


Fiber artists celebrate “Rock Day” Saturday

OXFORD – The Chenango Region Handspinners Group is celebrating “Rock Day” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Parish House, Oxford. This hand spinne... read more...


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