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Public schools: What do you have a right to know?

Taxpayers have the right to ask questions and look into matters happening inside their schools. Knowing how to access information, as well as what information is available, a... read more...


Annual report reveals City PD crime, overtime stats

NORWICH – On Tuesday night, the Norwich Police Department distributed copies of its annual report for 2007 to the members of the Common Council. The report, a 26-page document... read more...


Cuomo: Energy corridors are illegal, detrimental to upstate

ALBANY – The state’s Attorney General filed a legal challenge Monday in Manhattan requesting that the court review the federal government’s National Interest Electric Transmis... read more...


Sherburne applies for Safe Routes to School Grant

SHERBURNE – Hoping to encourage children and parents to make exercise a part of their daily lives, the Village of Sherburne is applying for a grant that would make walking to ... read more...


Sports

DEC tries to reverse outdoor youth activities decline

Last week this column lamented on New York being the worst state in the nation at recruiting youths into the hunting fold, primarily due to the highest-in-the-nation minimum a... read more...


Community

Native lawyer opens Norwich practice

NORWICH – Looking to contribute to the community he grew up in, a lawyer with almost 26 years of legal experience is opening a new practice in the City of Norwich. Colonel Ed... read more...


Opinion

Barack Obama discriminates. So do I.

YOU HAVE JUST ARRIVED AT THE BUS STATION IN A BIG CITY. Your cousin is supposed to meet you at the gate and take you to the airport. You enter the poorly lighted, cavernous bu... read more...


A boy and his horse

I was nearly tossed off a horse at summer camp when I was six years old. And for the last 20 years, I’ve tried to tell myself that it wasn’t as embarrassing as it felt then. I... read more...


Entertainment

Gala planned; dancers lauded

NORWICH – The Amber Perkins School of the Arts invites the community to support its annual ‘Moonlight Gala’ on Friday, April 4 at the Howard Johnson Hotel ballroom, 75 N. Broa... read more...


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