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Traffic rough in downtown Norwich today

NORWICH – Having trouble getting through the City of Norwich lately? You’re obviously not alone. And according to official word, it’s likely to get worse today. Gorick Constr... read more...


State releases study on milk hauling charges, finds small farms pay a higher percentage

NORWICH – Increased costs associated with picking up milk from small dairy farms resulted in operations with 80 or fewer cows paying a higher percentage of hauling charges, re... read more...


Man admits guilt in Valero robbery case

NORWICH – A man who has been incarcerated since January for allegedly robbing a local gas station faced the Supreme Court Judge Wednesday to take a deal offered by the Distri... read more...


Sports

Gobbler hunting almost as popular as May angling

Once upon a time, long ago in a state called New York, the month of May meant fishing ... for trout, walleye, pike, pickerel and assorted panfish species. Then the appearance ... read more...


Norwich using unconventional blueprint for success

Baseball Norwich 4, Chenango Forks 3 NORWICH – Norwich is following an unconventional blueprint for success after winning its second game this week. Twenty-four hours rem... read more...


Community

What does it take to serve on a school board?

Across the nation there are approximately 15,000 school boards, each addressing some of the same issues, some completely different. Every year school board seats become avail... read more...


Punching the Clock: Lunch time

Chick pea salad will not kill you. That’s one of the many lessons I learned while working at Garf’s Deli Wednesday. John and Beth Stewart have owned and operated Garf’s sinc... read more...


Opinion

Not exactly Lassie

I got an interesting letter from my brother the other day. It started, “Everybody loves pet stories, and since very few sane people own ferrets ...” His good-hearted intentio... read more...


Who needs to burn tires when you’ve got rich friends?

Even with the beautiful weather, the county’s five-day ban on outdoor fires probably killed a lot of people’s weekend plans. Mine included. If your back-up plan is to attend ... read more...


Entertainment

Norwich poets to read for the public

Students on Rich Bernstein’s award-winning Norwich High School poetry team are getting ready for their annual reading to the community – to be held next Thursday at 7 p.m. at ... read more...


Paul Sheldon holds book signing Saturday

NORWICH – A local poet will be signing copies of his first book on Saturday at First Edition Book Store in Norwich. Paul Sheldon has been writing poetry his entire life, and ... read more...


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