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Judge won't reduce Story's bail

NORWICH – A man accused of murdering his friend in Sherburne last month was arraigned for a second time Friday, following a Chenango County grand jury indictment. Joshua T. ... read more...


Sherburne holds fire dept. banquet

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Volunteer Fire Department held its annual awards dinner Saturday, honoring the department’s 55 members for their service and dedication. More than 1... read more...


Barber announces candidacy for state senate at farm in Sherburne

SHERBURNE – A large green bus full of political supporters poured into Sherburne Saturday as part of a seven-county sweep of New York’s 51st Senatorial district in support of ... read more...


Camp Pharsalia to stay open

NORWICH – Camp Pharsalia will stay open for at least another year, Senator Tom Libous (R-Binghamton) confirmed Monday morning. State legislators have agreed in a joint budget... read more...


Oxford residents unhappy with road condition

OXFORD – Stephen and Mary Fazan say Moran Road was in good condition back in 2005 when they built their dream home at the northern end of it near county Rt. 32. The crane oper... read more...


Sturdevant changes lawyers

SHERBURNE – A large green bus full of political supporters poured into Sherburne Saturday as part of a seven-county sweep of New York’s 51st Senatorial district in support of ... read more...


Sports

National qualifier

Norwich junior Savanna Keator recently qualified for the YMCA National swim meet in Fort Lauderdale, Florida beginning Tuesday, April 1 in the 50-yard freestyle. Keator, compe... read more...


Community

Chenango United Way needs help planning for 2008 campaign

NORWICH – Though the actual campaign is still months away, the Chenango United Way Campaign Cabinet recently met to discuss plans for 2008 in hopes of recruiting more public p... read more...


Opinion

Cryin’ the blues

Here are a few reasons why I think the economy is about to recover. And there is a good chance you will scoff at them. Or laugh at them. First reason is because of what most ... read more...


Entertainment

NBT unveils 'Wall of Art'

NORWICH – NBT Bank and the Chenango County Council of the Arts have partnered to give area artists a high-profile venue for their artwork. At the bank’s Norwich Office on 52 S... read more...


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