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Interfaith community responds with prayers, support

NORWICH – People of all faiths came together in prayer Friday to show their support for the local Jewish community, still reeling after its synagogue was violated last week by... read more...

Youths arrested in Jewish center destruction

NORWICH – Three Norwich youths have been apprehended and charged with wrecking the inside of a synagogue on South Broad Street last week, according the City of Norwich Police ... read more...

Schools scramble as state aid increases smaller than anticipated

CHENANGO COUNTY – Though schools throughout Chenango County will see an increase in state aid, district superintendents report that it’s not as big as originally expected. Sc... read more...


Raiders romp in non-league matchup

Baseball G-MU 15, DeRuyter 4 COPES CORNERS - G-MU was one of the few clubs that not only beat the weather, but beat the opposition in Friday's non-league victory over Down... read more...


Hospice gears up for flower sale and chicken barbecue

NORWICH – It wouldn’t be spring in Chenango County without Hospice’s Annual Plant Sale. For nearly 20 years the non-profit health care agency has sold plants around Memorial D... read more...

Local cyclists want to promote active lifestyle, prevent diabetes

NORWICH – Cycling has helped Dr. Scott Cohen lose weight and keep it off. The best part: It’s been fun. Using his most recent ride as an example, Cohen, who is a doctor at Ba... read more...


What ever happened to tax increases?

What ever happened to tax increases?  They seem to have vanished. For the last two years we heard a number of politicians promise to raise our taxes.  They vowed to raise tax... read more...

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