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Gas leases give rise to environmental concerns

NORWICH – Those trying to keep up with the surge of interest in Chenango County’s natural gas stores are urging regulators and property owners not to let dollar signs shield ... read more...


New manager for Cook Park

GREENE – Douglas Crowley from Rome has been named manager of Cook Park, according to Chenango County Planning and Economic Development Committee Chairwoman Linda E. Natoli, R-... read more...


Bricks & Mortar Report

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Bricks & Mortar Report provides updates on major construction projects in Chenango County. Chenango County Fire Department Tower Project: • Path studies... read more...


Jury convicts pair of child sex trafficking in rent case

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) _ A jury has convicted a woman and her landlord of sex trafficking and producing child pornography, concluding after 14 hours of deliberations the man ha... read more...


Sherburne closes on parcel for new business park

SHERBURNE – Officials in the Village of Sherburne have steadily progressed on plans for a new business park, and with one major obstacle behind them, they hope to see more pro... read more...


Sports

OV reaches Section III title game

Baseball Otselic Valley 6, Copenhagen 2 SOUTH OTSELIC – Otselic Valley won its third playoff game in six days, and advanced to the Section III, Class D finals beating the ... read more...


Opinion

Same old stuff!

One of the joys of growing old is that you’ve seen this garbage before. Let me illustrate. Newsweek featured the back of the Statue of Liberty on its May 12 cover. Inside it ... read more...


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