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Camp Pharsalia gets another reprieve

NORWICH – It appears Camp Pharsalia will stay open for at least another year, state legislators confirmed Monday. “It’s done. We did it again,” said Senator Tom Libous in a t... read more...


Open house eases middle school transition

NORWICH – In an effort to sooth the nerves of incoming students and their parents, Norwich Middle School opened its doors Monday. Principal Lisa Schuchman said welcoming new ... read more...


Man tries to steal $900 worth of baby formula from Wal-Mart

NORWICH – Authorities are looking for an individual who attempted to steal $900 dollars worth of baby formula Monday afternoon from the Norwich Wal-Mart on state Rt. 12. Chen... read more...


City accepts comments on housing project

NORWICH – The City of Norwich conducts the first of two required public hearings tonight regarding the Norwich Housing Authority’s Brown Avenue Housing Project. The housing ... read more...


Community

Scary encounter with the Grog Hollow Monster

All’s well that ends well. But for a moment, we thought we were doomed. It was a glorious Easter morning, March 23. We had just finished a joyous sunrise service on the aptly... read more...


Opinion

Giving back to a school that gave me so little

I just got an invitation to my high school class reunion that give me the impression the reunion would be a boring disaster if I didn’t show up. This is kind of a shock, since... read more...


Entertainment

NHS stages "My Fair Lady" this weekend

NORWICH – Learning both Cockney and proper British accents, acting much older and learning to waltz are just some of the challenges the cast of Norwich High School’s upcoming ... read more...


 West Point concert band performs in Oxford Thursday

OXFORD – The United States Military Academy Concert Band of West Point will perform a concert at the Oxford Academy High School, in the Performing Arts Auditorium, at 7:30 p.m... read more...


“Arts in the Valley” series kicks off with poetry reading

SOUTH OTSELIC – Voted most outstanding project of the year by the Chenango Council of the Arts, the Arts in the Valley series will kick off tonight at Chenango Coffee Roasters... read more...


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