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State considers ban on outdoor burn barrels

NORWICH – A potential ban on certain open fires could inconvenience rural residents who’ve grown accustomed to using burn barrels for getting rid of waste material. The New ... read more...


Developer eyes Cortland Street properties

NORWICH – A representative from a private development company has been talking to property owners on Cortland Street about relocating to make way for a new business to enter t... read more...


Cook Park rates to increase again

GREENE – Seasonal camping rates at Chenango County’s Gaius Cook Memorial Park, located about five miles south of the Village of Greene, will go up again this summer despite a ... read more...


City examines options for building inspections

NORWICH – The sheer number of building and fire inspections that are required to be performed by the City of Norwich Codes Department may lead to a change in the way the progr... read more...


Town concerned about cuts in CHIPs funding

NORWICH – Town of Norwich Supervisor David C. Law said Governor Spitzer’s budget proposal would affect spending in a variety of areas for all Chenango County towns, villages, ... read more...


Sports

Our version of “Survivor” soon to ‘air’

We're approaching that time of the year when, like it or not, folks in our part of the country start thinking about spring's arrival. Many of the traditional wintertime activi... read more...


Greene, Afton advance in sectional playoffs

Girls’ Basketball Greene 55, Whitney Point 31 GREENE – Greene gets a much-anticipated rematch in the Class B playoffs with Chenango Valley this Saturday after blowing out ... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Pound Puppies

With more than 800 dogs in the City of Norwich, it can be a full-time job ensuring that they don’t become nuisances to the community. “The ultimate goal of dog control is to ... read more...


Opinion

The cookie made me do it

A few days ago, I heard a talk show host discussing the recent deluge of single-family home foreclosures. He seemed to agree with everyone else that the mortgage crisis was ... read more...


Junk mail: ‘How can I be more appealing?’

Roland Cartwright, Cleo Heller, Harris Diamond, Dr. Joan Skaggs and Ivy Abernathy. Cool-sounding names, right? They could be characters in a soap opera or a mystery novel. T... read more...


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