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Wlasiuk trial set for March 3

NORWICH – Accused murderer Peter M. Wlasiuk will face a Chenango County jury for a second time when his re-trial begins in March. On Tuesday, acting County Court Judge Marti... read more...


Fire destroys Oxford home

The Oxford Fire Department responded to a fire on 156 Charles-Kelly Road, Oxford, after receiving an emergency call from neighbors. Crews dispatched to the scene at about 7:22... read more...


City View trailer park getting cleaned up

NORWICH – Neighbors along Crandall Avenue say after years of struggling to do something about the trailer park that has plagued the neighborhood with the stench of sewage, gar... read more...


Cold and blustery weather returns to Chenango County

CHENANGO COUNTY – Despite a relatively warm start to the morning, colder temperatures, ice and high winds will be returning to Chenango County early today. According to City ... read more...


Chenango County not represented at annual conference

NORWICH – Close to 1,000 attendees convened in Albany for a meeting that began Monday and Chenango County was the only one of 62 counties in New York not represented. The even... read more...


Local pro-life advocates marched on D.C.

NORWICH – Twenty-one area residents joined upwards of 300,000 Pro-Life supporters last week in Washington, D.C. to take part in the 35th annual “March for Life” rally. The m... read more...


Sports

Norwich cruises past Spartans

Boys’ Basketball Norwich 59, Maine-Endwell 42 NORWICH – Norwich was able to breathe a bit deeper and a whole heck of a lot easier in its return meeting with Maine-Endwell ... read more...


Oxford Lions Perch Derby postponed to Feb. 16

NORWICH – A milder than usual January has the ice at only 6 inches thick, so the annual fundraiser for the Oxford Lions Club will be postponed until Feb 16 which was originall... read more...


Community

North Norwich kraut factory to close later this year

NORTH NORWICH – Rea-D-Pack Foods Inc., a long-time sauerkraut processing company and community fixture in North Norwich, was sold earlier this month to a larger competitor tha... read more...


Opinion

Shayne on You: A harmless flirtation?

Dear Maggie:  I have a friendly relationship with a relative’s husband.  He’s very bright, well traveled and interesting.  I’ve become uncomfortable because he’s now confidin... read more...


Good intentions

A lot of people have good intentions. That doesn’t necessarily make them right, but it does make it a bit more interesting when you become sure that although they mean well, t... read more...


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