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Bricks & Mortar Report

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Bricks & Mortar Report provides updates on major construction projects in Chenango County. Dunkin’ Donuts: • The Chenango County Planning and Developmen... read more...


Noose found outside classroom at UV

NEW BERLIN – In an area where civil and social injustices as well as hate crimes are not often seen nor heard of, faculty, staff and students got an eye-opening experience las... read more...


Norwich reports Regents results

NORWICH – Department chairs took the floor with graphs and charts at last week’s Norwich school board meeting, presenting Regents scores for the fall semester. English Depart... read more...


Norwich woman arrested on federal warrant

NORWICH – Linda O’Connor, 46, of 14 Miller St., Norwich, was arrested Sunday by the Norwich Police Department on a federal warrant and handed over to the Federal Bureau of Inv... read more...


Sports

S-E shows more late-game magic; Oxford finishes off perfect division record

Boys’ Basketball S-E 54, Canastota 53 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s uncanny late-game magic reared itself one more time Friday evening. Garrett Porack grabbed an offe... read more...


Davis signs with University of Vermont

Pictured in the front (second from the left) is Greene senior Holly Davis, who signed a national letter of intent for a field hockey athletic scholarship at the University of ... read more...


B-G’s Conway reaches 1,000 points

Girls’ basketball B-G 67, Oxford 56 BAINBRIDGE – Dani Conway had one of B-G’s best individual games on record, and she became the second Bobcats player to reach 1,000 care... read more...


MAC team title stays with Bears

Wrestling OXFORD – B-G/Afton captured its third straight Midstate Athletic Conference title Saturday at Oxford outdistancing runner-up Greene by 16 points. Kris Stafford w... read more...


Community

St. Baldrick’s head-shaving event for cancer set for March 15

NORWICH – “Ashley is an intelligent, caring and thoughtful 8-year-old girl who loves to draw, loves school and has lots of friends,” begins a letter written by her family. Th... read more...


Opinion

A mystery to solve

Here is a mystery for you to solve. Please email me with your thoughts. I went to watch Syracuse play basketball against Rutgers a few weeks ago. There were five men playing ... read more...


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