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Wlasiuk trial will begin on Monday

NORWICH – Peter Wlasiuk’s second trial for the alleged murder of his wife will begin next week as planned, Broome County Judge Martin Smith ruled Monday afternoon. Despite de... read more...


Car hits house

According to the Norwich City Fire Department, mechanical problems were the apparent cause of an accident Monday that resulted in a vehicle hitting a house at the end of Canas... read more...


Office project pricetag slashed

NORWICH – A sub-committee has successfully slashed about $445,000 from the county’s West Park Place office building project, bringing its total price tag back within the previ... read more...


Earned Income Tax Credit Committee returns $553,000 to area residents

CHENANGO COUNTY – In an attempt to bring more state and federal funds back into the local community, the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Partnership Committee has worked for t... read more...


Judge issues ruling in favor of NBT

NORWICH – The former owners of a Rochester-based soccer team will be required to pay back $10.8 million they borrowed from NBT Bancorp Inc. in 2004. Former Rochester Rhinos ... read more...


Greene man faces five years probation following DWI charge

NORWICH – A Greene man changed his plea to guilty last week before Supreme Court Justice Kevin M. Dowd in a DWI case. Donald L. Benedict Jr, Greene, will lose his license fo... read more...


Sports

Oxford keeps division title hopes alive

Baseball Oxford 3, Deposit 1 OXFORD – Oxford’s Nate Sortino outdueled the Lumberjacks’ Brett Hauber helping the Blackhawks maintain division title hopes. Sortino fanned 1... read more...


S-E’s Hodges flirts with no-hitter

Softball S-E 8, Mount Markham 0 WEST WINFIELD – Coming off a career-best 19-strikeout game, S-E junior Lindsay Hodges upstaged herself coming two outs from pitching a no-h... read more...


Community

Wright honored at Law Day

Chenango County Bar Association President Claudette Newman spoke Friday during Law Day ceremonies about this year’s Liberty Bell award winner, Jim Wright. County and Supreme C... read more...


Opinion

No shirt, no shoes, no thanks

I saw the first sign of summer today – an overweight man without a shirt on a riding mower. We averted our eyes and kept driving. Just when we thought we were safe, we saw ano... read more...


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