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New York governor’s future thrown into doubt as he is named in prostitution scandal

NEW YORK (AP) — As Gov. Eliot Spitzer faced mounting calls to resign amid a prostitution scandal, a law enforcement official said Tuesday that the governor first came under su... read more...

Plymouth passes ‘Right to Farm’ law

PLYMOUTH – Right to Farm Laws prohibit local governments from placing restrictions on agricultural practices like spreading manure or storing field machinery and vehicles outd... read more...

Sheriff's Dept. earns accreditation

NORWICH – The director of the New York State Sheriff’s Association was on hand Monday at the Chenango County Board of Supervisors’ monthly gathering to reward the county’s pub... read more...

Local courts receive grant money from state

GUILFORD – Several local courts were awarded a piece of a $5 million state grant last week to help improve their technology and computer equipment. Assemblyman Cliff Crouch a... read more...


Chenango Stories: Dr. Thomas Cruz

Returning to his roots, this Chenango County-born physician says the road he took to get where he is today had a lot of sharp turns, but never letting go of his dreams led him... read more...


What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger

Wednesday night at approximately 6:05 p.m., I voluntarily stood in the Norwich Police Department’s garage, at attention, as an officer let loose a sudden burst of pepper spray... read more...


Tickets on sale for Norwich’s “My Fair Lady”

NORWICH – Tickets went on sale this week for the Norwich High School production of “My Fair Lady,” known as one of the longest running shows of its time and based on the Geor... read more...

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