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Wlasiuk trial moved to September; defense looks for change in venue

NORWICH – Another false start in the second murder trial of Peter Wlasiuk – now he’ll have to wait until September. Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride confirmed... read more...


BID, Friends of the Park present second ‘Gatsby’ fundraiser

NORWICH – Plans are underway for the Norwich Business Improvement District and the Friends of the Park’s second annual gala event in Norwich’s downtown parks. The ‘Great Gats... read more...


Halfway bridge may be done ahead of schedule

NORWICH – Roadwork this week along state Rt. 12 near the county Rt. 32B bridge building project further frustrated motorists already inconvenienced by traveling nearly 10 mile... read more...


State agency dismisses allegations against middle school principal

NORWICH – Roughly three months ago, as speculation circulated regarding the conduct of the middle school principal, complaints were filed with state agencies. Now, following a... read more...


Sports

Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame inducts 11 new members

The New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame (NYSOHOF) proudly celebrated the 25th Anniversary of its founding with the induction of 11 new members for 2008. This group represe... read more...


Marauders capitalize on SV mistakes

Sherburne-Earlville 7, Sauquoit Valley 5 SHERBURNE – All of the Marauders’ offense came early on, and they survived SV’s rally later in the game to win at home Wednesday. Ka... read more...


NHS wins third straight road game

Baseball Norwich 4, Whitney Point 1 WHITNEY POINT – Norwich scored three runs in the top of the seventh to win its third straight road game in as many days Wednesday. Tyl... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Back to school

I did a lot of daydreaming when I was a student at Holy Family School (Class of ‘94). Most of the time it involved Chuck Norris and me saving hostages from a hijacked Israeli... read more...


Novelty lighters targeted during National Arson Awareness Week

CHENANGO COUNTY – For years, fire departments around the country have been educating children to immediately tell an adult where they see a lighter or matches and not to pick ... read more...


Opinion

Shave and a haircut ... two bits

On my way to brunch today, I walked past Joe’s Barbershop and, without thinking, gazed through the window. I had been going to unisex salons for so long that I had forgotten w... read more...


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